Belgrade's annual LGBT Pride held a moment of silence to remember Hande Kader, a transgender woman brutally murdered in Istanbul, Turkey over the summer.

According to Balkan Insight, a few hundred people took part in Sunday's third annual march, which concluded without violence.

Serbian officials banned the parade for three years amid fears of violence. Police arrested more than 250 people and more than 140 police and extremists were injured when violence erupted in 2010.

Anna Brnabic, Serbia's first openly gay minister, was among the numerous politicians and diplomats who took part in the parade. Others spotted at the event include Belgrade Mayor Sinisa Mali and Axel Dittmann, German ambassador to Serbia.

A moment of silence to show solidarity for Turkey's LGBT community and to remember Hande Kader was held as marchers passed the Patriots monument on Terazije street. Kader, a 22-year-old transgender sex worker, made headlines in June when she led a protest against the government's decision to ban Istanbul's annual LGBT Pride march. Her mutilated and burned body was found on August 8 in Istanbul's high-end Zekeriyakoy neighborhood.

(Related: Hundreds protest murder of transgender woman in Istanbul.)