BELGRADE -- "We cannot change what happened in the past, but I believe that the relations between Serbia and NATO have improved," says U.S. Admiral Mark Ferguson.
BELGRADE -- Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic has said that the investigation in connection with setting fire to the embassies in Belgrade in 2008 has been completed.
KOPAONIK -- Four western ambassadors taking part in the Kopaonik Business Forum have pointed out that Serbia should be "more active in the negotiating process with the EU."
BELGRADE -- The Serbian War Crimes Prosecution on Tuesday announced that it had indicted five former members of the Bosnian Serb army (VRS) for war crimes.
KOPAONIK -- U.S. Ambassador to Serbia Michael Kirby said on Tuesday that "the whole world needed the United States and Russia to have a good relationship."
BELGRADE -- The government will probably decide increasing the electricity price between March 15 and 20, Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic has said.
BELGRADE -- The state "does not take lightly" the Interpol arrest warrant for a national assembly member from the ruling SNS, says Interior Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic.
BELGRADE -- Women parliament members from 12 countries of Southeastern Europe signed at the Serbian parliament on Tuesday a memorandum of cooperation.
BELGRADE -- Serbia finds the announced formation of armed forces in the territory of Kosovo and Metohija unacceptable, says Milovan Drecun.
KOPAONIK -- Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic on Tuesday admitted there had been "thievery and irregularities" in the business dealings of Serbia's largest football clubs.
KOPAONIK -- The negative economic growth rate will continue in the first quarter while positive growth is expected to start in the second quarter Dusan Vujovic says.
BELGRADE -- Deputies from the opposition DS party on Tuesday asked the government to provide information about hiring former British PM Tony Blair "and other consultants."
KOPAONIK -- German Ambassador to Serbia Heinz Wilhelm told a Kopaonik Business Forum panel on Tuesday that there was "no enlargement fatigue in the European Union."
KOPAONIK -- The 22nd Kopaonik Business Forum kicked off Tuesday in Serbia's largest ski resort, with over 600 participants taking part over the next three days.
BELGRADE -- The spring session of the Serbian National Assembly started in Belgrade on Tuesday to the sound of the country's national anthem.
SKOPJE -- Macedonia's opposition SDSM party leder Zoran Zaev presented on Monday during a news conference in Skopje "new materials in connection with wiretapping."
BELGRADE -- 39 foreign nationals with no personal documents have been discovered in the region of Serbia's eastern town of Negotin on Tuesday.
BELGRADE -- The Higher Public Prosecutor's Office in Belgrade has issued an indictment against eight members of the MUP Gendarmerie (Zanadarmerija) unit.
BELGRADE -- Gabriele Meucci says that so far about 20 suspects have been identified who may be subject to an indictment for war crimes committed in 1999 in Djakovica.
U.S. expert on the Balkans Daniel Serwer recently published an analysis of the media scene in Serbia, regarding claims of censorship and stifling of media freedoms.
"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).