CRIMEA -- The assembly of Ukraine's Autonomous Republic of Crimea on Tuesday adopted a declaration of independence.
BELGRADE -- Acquisition of recognized certificates and work on adding value to products are of great significance for food export, a conference in Belgrade heard.
BELGRADE -- ANEM has condemned "excessive statements" placed via foreign news agencies concerning the repeated public competition for a national TV broadcasting license.
BELGRADE -- Ivica Dačić says a former German chancellor's statement about NATO's attack on Serbia being in violation of international law confirms that it was aggression.
YEREVAN -- Serbian FM Ivan Mrkić and his Armenian counterpart Edward Nalbandian agreed in Yerevan that "relations between the two countries need to be strengthened."
BELGRADE -- The Republic Electoral Commission (RIK) issued an approval for monitoring the work of bodies in charge of parliamentary elections on March 1.
BELGRADE -- Ivica Dačić said ahead of the anniversary of the assassination of Zoran Đinđić that he gave his life for his country and that there was no greater sacrifice.
VIENNA -- OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatović has called for the immediate release of two Ukrainian journalists.
POŽAREVAC -- Cabinet minister and leader of the Movement of Socialists Aleksandar Vulin was in Požarevac on Tuesday, where he visited the grave of Slobodan Milošević.
ROSTOV-ON-DON -- Viktor Yanukovych on Tuesday held a news conference in Rostov-on-Don, RF, to say that he remains the only legitimate president of Ukraine.
THE HAGUE -- Head of Serbia's legal team Saša Obradović has said that Serbs and not Croats were the victims of genocide in 1991-95 armed conflicts in Croatia.
BELGRADE -- 22 people were injured in a traffic accident on Monday in Belgrade, including three who were admitted to the emergency center in a serious condition.
YEREVAN -- FM Ivan Mrkić said on Monday that Gerhard Schroeder's statement that NATO's 1999 attack on Serbia was a violation of international law "came too late."
PRIŠTINA -- Oliver Ivanović "will be transferred to a detention unit in Kosovska Mitrovica," EULEX spokesperson Dragana Nikolic Solomon told Tanjug late on Monday.
BELGRADE -- "I'm not looking for a second chance, I'm presenting a plan, and it is up to the citizens to say 'yes' or 'no," says Boris Tadić.
BELGRADE -- Doctors and pharmacists in Serbia went on strike on Monday morning and appealed on the the public to seek medical assistance "only when absolutely necessary."
BELGRADE -- Aleksandar Vučić has said that "the threat posed by extremism promoted by extremist parties, politicians and tycoons should not be underestimated."
Zaječar -- URS party leader Mlađan Dinkić has told a rally in the eastern town of Zaječar that the "belt-tightening policy should be abandoned immediately."
RUSKI KRSTUR -- The League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina (LSV) is against the sale of arable land to foreigners, "because new land cannot be generated," says Nenad Čanak.
THE HAGUE -- The Serbian legal team began presenting its defense arguments in Croatia's genocide lawsuit as hearings continued before the International Court of Justice.
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