BELGRADE -- Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić said that he "wants the best ideas to win the early parliamentary elections on March 16."
VIENNA -- The South East Europe Media Organization (SEEMO) has said it was worried about a number of recent incidents of pressure on journalists and media in Croatia.
BELGRADE -- The new government "will continue to pursue the policy of the EU integration, accelerated financial consolidation and economic development."
BELGRADE -- All Serbian citizens eligible to vote in the parliamentary election will be able to do so with an ID card, passport, or driver's license as proof of identity.
BELGRADE -- Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić has said that Priština’s announcement about forming a Kosovo army calls for "a new annex to the Brussels agreement."
BELGRADE -- Russia's view concerning Kosovo remains the same and relies mostly on UN Security Council Resolution 1244, the Russian embassy in Belgrade has stated.
KOSOVSKA MITROVICA -- An EULEX spokesperson told Tanjug that Oliver Ivanović was transferred on Wednesday from the Priština detention unit to the one in Kosovska Mitrovica.
mo -- Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill has presented RS President Milorad Dodik with the award of the International Fund for the Unity of Orthodox Nations.
BRUSSELS -- European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso warned Russia to stop supporting the secession of Crimea or face sanctions.
VLADIČIN HAN -- Dragan Đilas says his party "is not invoking the Ukrainian scenario - but it will not allow the North Korean either, where 100% of citizens vote for one man."
BELGRADE -- Members of the Serbian government on Wednesday laid wreaths in front of the government HQ where Zoran Đinđić was assassinated 11 years ago.
BELGRADE -- Franco Frattini said in Belgrade late on Tuesday that "Serbia's EU integration would be completed once it becomes a full member of the EU."
BELGRADE -- Socialist Party (SPS) leader and PM Ivica Dačić has said that officials of his party "had nothing to do with (Delta Holding) owner Miroslav Mišković."
BELGRADE -- Serbia needs reforms, political party officials agreed at the conference on economic directions of Serbia's development.
BRUSSELS -- Eleven years ago the first democratically elected prime minister of Serbia and leader of the DS party Zoran Đinđić was assassinated.
ZAGREB -- Former Croatian Prime Minister Ivo Sanader has been found guilty in a corruption case and sentenced to nine years in jail by a court in Zagreb on Tuesday.
THE HAGUE -- Serbia "cannot be accountable for the crimes committed in Croatia before the constitution of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SRJ) on April 27, 1992."
BELGRADE -- The latest B92/Ninamedia poll, published on Tuesday, shows that 57 percent of eligible voters in Serbia plan turn out and cast their ballots on March 16.
BELGRADE -- The NBS FX reserves amounted to EUR 10,831.8mn at end-February, covering M1 by 351 percent - more than seven months of imports of goods and services.
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