BELGRADE -- A UN Security Council meeting to present Secretary General Ban Ki-moon's regular quarterly report on the situation in Kosovo will be held in New York on Friday.
BELGRADE -- War Crimes Prosecutor Vladimir Vukčević has denied allegations of EU and OSCE representatives that Serbia is not prosecuting high-ranking war crimes suspects.
BELGRADE -- The Serbian Army (VS) and the NATO-led force in Kosovo, KFOR, have announced that they will "urgently strengthen joint patrols."
BELGRADE -- The two-day 2014 European Congress of Chimney Sweeps started in Belgrade on Thursday.
BELGRADE -- Serbian Interior Minister Nebojša Stefanović has announced that he ordered "strengthening the police force presence" in a part of the Ground Safety Zone.
BELGRADE -- Parliament Speaker Maja Gojković is Serbia's representative at the inauguration of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
BERLIN -- A conference focusing on the Western Balkans is held in Berlin on Thursday under German Chancellor Angela Merkel's patronage.
BELGRADE -- Serbian football club Red Star (Crvena Zvezda) will soon be privatized, and the new owner, Russia's Gazprom, will invest EUR 100 million.
BAKU -- Fans of FC Neftchi from Baku, Azerbaijan, have stoned a bus that was transporting the Partizan Belgrade FC players.
BELGRADE -- A member of the Serbian police unit Gendarmerie, seriously wounded when unknown attackers opened fire near the administrative crossing of Merdare, has died.
BRUSSELS -- Despite numerous "challenges" in the Middle East and Ukraine, NATO is not planning to reduce the number of its troops in Kosovo
KIEV -- U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt claims that Russia is "directly involved" in the fighting between pro-Russian rebels and Ukrainian government forces.
VIENNA -- Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić said ahead of a conference in Germany dedicated to the Western Balkans that this was "a region of conflict for too long."
BELGRADE -- Serbia will not close its diplomatic and consular offices in crisis areas as long as there are conditions to provide consular protection for Serbian citizens.
BERLIN -- German MP from the ranks of the SPD party Dietmar Nietan says Serbia was "not under obligation" to join the sanctions imposed by the EU against Russia.
BELGRADE -- Civil society organizations are increasingly involved in the political life, it was said during the presentation of the civil society sustainability index 2013.
BANJA LUKA -- Many in Bosnia will be disappointed after the summit in Berlin, because any independent approach of Germany is completely ruled out, says Karsten Dummel.
BANJA LUKA -- Serbia's Interior Minister Nebojša Stefanović said in Banja Luka on Wednesday that "EU membership was a goal Serbia and the Serb Republic (RS) shared."
BELGRADE -- Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird will arrive on a four-day visit to Serbia on Friday, the Serbian Foreign Ministry confirmed Wednesday for Tanjug.
"We can disagree over the status (of Kosovo) for the next 200 years, but that does not mean that we should hate each other, that we should not do business with each other."
BELGRADE -- Members of the Serbian assembly have adopted a set of media laws - the Public Information and the Media Law, and the laws on Public Media Services and on Electronic Media.