BELGRADE -- Serbia's food exports to the Russian market reached USD 117 million in the first half of 2014, reflecting a year-on-year increase of 68 percent.
SOFIA -- Bulgaria's Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski has resigned, according to the press service of the Bulgarian parliament.
BELGRADE -- The Google Street View service has become available in Serbia, the U.S. internet giant has announced.
BELGRADE -- Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić has responded to reports that Vuk Jeremić is a nominee for the top UN job by saying Serbia has not yet nominated anyone.
BELGRADE -- 100 years after Austria-Hungary’s ultimatum to the Kingdom of Serbia, Austrian Ambassador Johannes Eigner says it was "written so it could not be accepted."
BELGRADE -- The public company Putevi Srbije (Roads of Serbia) has filed a lawsuits in Vienna against Austria's Alpine over poorly executed construction works on a bridge.
BELGRADE -- A community of Serb municipalities in Kosovo is entering a phase where its "fundamental establishment should finally begin," says Marko Đurić.
BELGRADE -- A UN official has commended Serbia's effort and progress in resolving the issues facing the Roma national minority, in comparison to the region.
BELGRADE -- The U.S. respects the traditional friendship between Serbia and Russia, U.S. Ambassador Michael Kirby told Beta in an interview, the agency reported.
BELGRADE -- Serbian Ministry of Defense will continue to promote defense cooperation with the U.S. army, including joint military exercises and training of troops.
BELGRADE -- PM Aleksandar Vučić and Austrian Ambassador Johannes Eigner planted on Wednesday "a plum tree of peace" in the garden of the Catholic Archdiocese of Belgrade.
BELGRADE -- Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić has said that Serbia strongly condemns the shooting down of a Malaysian passenger airplane in Ukraine last week.
BELGRADE -- Milovan Drecun says that despite "extensive documentation" on the murder of 14 Serb farmers in Kosovo years ago, "no one has yet been convicted for the crime."
NIŠ -- The director of the Business Association NISSA A.D. and a tax inspector of the Niš Tax Administration in Aleksinac have been arrested.
BELGRADE -- Aleksandar Vučić said on Wednesday that "no one speaks the language of ultimatums to Serbia today - nor would he personally allow something of the kind."
BELGRADE -- Serbia has until September 1 to decide whether to impose sanctions against Russia and so join the EU or maintain its current neutral position, a daily writes.
BELGRADE -- An upcoming report on allegations of human organ trafficking in Kosovo will say that there is no evidence of the crime, writes a daily.
MOSCOW -- Since April 1, more than 500,000 refugees from the war torn eastern part of Ukraine have arrived in the Russian Federation.
BELGRADE -- Serbia’s Assistant Commissioner for Refugees Ivan Gerginov said Wednesday that the number of asylum seekers was steadily increasing in the country.
BRUSSELS -- Marko Đurić says he is "stunned by the statement of Edita Tahiri" that an agreement was reached "to remove the barricades" from a bridge in Kosovska Mitrovica.
"NATO's Article 5 offers little protection against Vladimir Putin's Russia," Iulian Fota, Romania's presidential national security adviser, told me on a recent visit to Bucharest. "
"This visit is a signal that the government's efforts since 2012 have been rewarded, especially in the context of the dialogue with Kosovo, which was the decisive step. There is also the fight against corruption and an ambitious reform agenda,"
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