MOSCOW -- NATO Supreme Allied Commander for Europe's statement about Russia "using frozen conflicts" as an instrument of political pressure are "absurd."
BELGRADE -- Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic says former British Prime Minister Tony Blair's trip to Belgrade earlier in the week "did not cost Serbia a penny."
BELGRADE -- Serbia has made great progress in harmonizing energy sector regulations with EU standards, Energy Minister Aleksandar Antic and EC officials have concluded.
BELGRADE -- Serbia's GDP at constant prices in 2014, obtained as the sum of four quarters, decreased by 1.8 percent, compared to 2013, the Statistical Office said.
BELGRADE -- The Serbian Interior Ministry has announced that three Polish nationals have been arrested "for computer fraud."
BELGRADE -- Serbia and Great Britain are strengthening their political and economic cooperation, it was said during the ”Creating Strategic Partnerships” conference.
PODGORICA -- NATO "will not accept Russia's veto on Montenegro's membership in the alliance," Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has been quoted as saying.
BELGRADE -- The Serbian police have discovered a group of 15 foreign nationals who carried no personal documents on a highway near the town of Velika Plana.
BELGRADE -- B92 has received confirmation that the War Crimes Prosecution will in the coming days bring charges against five suspects in the Strpci case.
BELGRADE -- The Belgrade-based daily Danas is on Friday quoting unnamed sources who said that Serbia "plans to hold several military exercises with Russia."
WASHINGTON -- Serbia is striving towards the EU and the country's "traditional friendly" relations with Russia have absolutely nothing to do with its strategic orientation.
WASHINGTON -- OSCE Chairperson-in-Office and Serbia's Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic met in Washington on Thursday with United States Secretary of State John Kerry.
BELGRADE -- Serbian citizens "have no reason for concern" over gas deliveries as the country has three to four months' worth of supplies, Aleksandar Antic said on Thursday.
BELGRADE -- Serbian exports to the EU increased by more than 70 pct from 2010 to 2014, since the start of the implementation of the Stabilization and Accession Agreement.
LESKOVAC -- All injured migrants currently hospitalized in Leskovac are recovering well, Leskovac hospital director Nebojsa Dimitrijevic said on Thursday.
LONDON, KIEV, MOSCOW -- Moscow "has been planning to annex parts of Ukraine for more than 12 months," according to the Russian opposition newspaper Novaya Gazeta.
SUBOTICA -- The Subotica branch of the Bar Association of Vojvodina has voted against accepting former Justice Minister Snezana Malovic's application.
BELGRADE -- Sulejman Ugljanin's statement referring to Serbia as “a chauvinist creation” carrying out discrimination against Bosniaks has been met with condemnation.
ZAGREB -- Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic says she wants to establish dialogue with the authorities in Serbia "in order to resolve outstanding issues."
WASHINGTON -- The ceasefire agreement between the pro-Russian forces and the Ukrainian side is observed for the most part, Ivica Dacic has said.
"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."
The secretary-general on the United Nations on January 30 filed his new report on the work of the Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK).