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Red Star steal march on Partizan in Serbian title race

Red Star Belgrade went three points clear of champions and city rivals Partizan at the top of the Serbian first division after Nikola Mijailovic and  Read more…

“Special court for Kosovo crimes to be set up in Hague”

Those accused of organ harvesting and trafficking will be tried before a special court in The Hague and not in Priština as sought by the  Read more…

President Nikolic lays wreath at Reiferdorf cemetery

Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic, who is on a visit to Austria, on Friday laid a wreath at the military cemetery in Reiferdorf, where 8,000 Serbian  Read more…

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Vucic: Serbia will have small but efficient government

2014/04/15 - Politics

The Serbian Progressive Party’s (SNS) presidency reached a decision Monday to create a coalition government with the Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians (SVM) and to let  Read more…

Parties due to submit financial statements by Tuesday

2014/04/15 - Politics

The deadline for the submittal of annual financial statements for 2013 will expire on Tuesday, and a total of 97 political parties and 90 groups  Read more…

Dodik, ambassador discuss combating “electoral engineering”

2014/04/15 - Politics

Milorad Dodik met with Serbian Ambassador to Bosnia Stanimir Vukićević to discuss the RS lawmakers’ activities to enact regulations on place of residence. The goal  Read more…

SNS to form alliance with Hungarian minority party

2014/04/15 - Politics

The Serb Progressive Party’s (SNS) presidency reached a decision Monday to create a coalition government with the Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians (SVM). The party also  Read more…

SPO expects dismissal of Vojvodina government president

2014/04/14 - Politics

Zika Gojkovic, deputy president of the Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO), stated on Sunday that he expects an initiative for dismissal of President of the Government  Read more…

Only Serbia and Montenegro could join EU “as package”

2014/04/14 - Serbia & EU

Belgrade is against a joint EU entry of all Western Balkan countries “as a package,” says Serbia’s chief negotiator in EU talks, Tanja Miščević. “The  Read more…

Serbia’s EU membership by 2020 “realistic goal”

2014/04/11 - Serbia & EU

Germany’s former chancellor Gerhard Schroeder stated on Thursday that the government in Belgrade has “a realistic goal for Serbia to join the EU by 2020.”  Read more…

EC satisfied with pace of work on Chapter 24

2014/04/11 - Serbia & EU

Serbia’s State Secretary of the Ministry of the Interior Vanja Vukic informed today representatives of the European Commission and EU Delegation to Serbia with the  Read more…

Schroeder to visit Belgrade on Thursday

2014/04/10 - Serbia & EU

Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic will confer with former German chancellor Gerhard Schroeder in Belgrade on Thursday. Vucic and Schroeder will discuss deepening  Read more…

EU: South Stream is not priority

2014/04/10 - Serbia & EU

The European Union is not considering freezing South Stream but the construction of this pipeline is not a priority, a European Commission (EC) official has  Read more…

Festival of Food and Music in Sarajevo Starts on Thursday

The festival of food and music ’7. Gastro Eko-Fest – Sarajlicious 2014’’ will be held from 17 to 20 April in Sarajevo, organized by the  Read more…

Publishing Issues in Focus as Book Festival Opens

Every year more books are published, but this does not mean that books and reading culture are at an enviable level or that the importance  Read more…

Number of tourists increased in February

According to the data of the State Statistical Office, the number of tourists in February 2014 was 27.278, and the number of nights spent by  Read more…

Croatian government mulls Croatia Airlines’ privatisation resumption

The Croatian Minister for Sea, Transport and Infrastructure, Siniša Hajdaš Dončić, says Croatia Airlines’ privatisation process will resume this year following a failed attempt in  Read more…

Montenegro government dismisses claim that McDonald’s was forbidden to conduct business in the country

The claims published on “The Daily Meal” website on 9 April 2014, according to which the fast food chain McDonald’s was supposedly forbidden to conduct  Read more…

Serbia-Japan relations based on mutual efforts says Japan Ambassador in Serbia HE.Kuroki

Since the transition, Japan has brought a great deal of assistance to Serbia as part of the building of democratic institutions, infrastructure, and social causes.  Read more…

How to fight unemployment in Serbia, Interview with Malisa Grujic Trenkwalder Serbia CEO

Europe has been fighting the problem of increasing unemployment for years. Despite the fact that the average unemployment in the EU is only 10,8%, the  Read more…

US supports Serbia on its way to EU, interview with US Ambassador Kirby

American investments in Serbia started early in the transition and continue to be important for the development of the Serbian economy. In order to provide an investment friendly environment, the government’s efforts in  Read more…

Constructing the South Stream is the Priority

Srbijagas is the gas leader in Serbia. The public enterprise was established on October 1, 2005 following a government decision. However, despite the company’s being successful, it shares the  Read more…

Consensus on Most Important Issues

In the last few months, the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina has been the subject of many political and economic controversies – from the closure of the Development Bank  Read more…