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*[[Milica Bellic]], Niko's mother and Roman's aunt.
 
*[[Milica Bellic]], Niko's mother and Roman's aunt.
 
*[[Darko Brevic]], the betrayer that Niko has been finding for years. His fate can be determined by the player in the mission "[[That Special Someone]]".
 
*[[Darko Brevic]], the betrayer that Niko has been finding for years. His fate can be determined by the player in the mission "[[That Special Someone]]".
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*[[Bernie Crane]], the other of the three survivors after Darko's betrayal.
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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*Many players from non-Cyrillic-writing regions often mistake Niko and the above to be Russian. Especially, in a mission, a Russian character uses Serbian to pronounce the word "cabbage". This may be due to Rockstar's poor knowledge of languages.
 
*Many players from non-Cyrillic-writing regions often mistake Niko and the above to be Russian. Especially, in a mission, a Russian character uses Serbian to pronounce the word "cabbage". This may be due to Rockstar's poor knowledge of languages.
 
[[Category:Countries]]
 
[[Category:Countries]]

Revision as of 07:25, 25 July 2013

Serbia, officially known as Republic of Serbia, is a Balkan country in Eastern Europe. A successor of Yugoslavia, it was involved into a tough civil war in late 1990s. After the war, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was established, with another state called Montenegro. In 2005, as the two states split, Serbia became an indepenent country.

Flag of Serbia.

Notable characters

As the protagonist of Grand Theft Auto IV, Niko Bellic is from Serbia, several characters in the storyline are suggested or confirmed Serbians.

Trivia

  • Many players from non-Cyrillic-writing regions often mistake Niko and the above to be Russian. Especially, in a mission, a Russian character uses Serbian to pronounce the word "cabbage". This may be due to Rockstar's poor knowledge of languages.