BRUSSELS -- Foreign Minister and SPS party leader Ivica Dačić has confirmed that he was question as a witness on the Galenika corruption case.
BELGRADE -- Heavy rain that fell in much of Serbia on July 30-31 caused material damage and flooding of homes prompting five municipalities to declare a state of emergency.
BELGRADE -- After spending two days blocked by protesters near the Ukraine-Belarus border, a group of Serbian truck drivers finally managed to pass through.
BELGRADE -- Serbia annually loses nearly four percent of its GDP due to damages caused by traffic accidents, said Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Zorana Mihajlović.
BRUSSELS -- Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski is officially a candidate to become the next EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy.
BELGRADE -- President Tomislav Nikolić on Friday received a delegation of the Russian Federation and said it was "good that the two countries will be bound by the future."
PRIŠTINA -- EULEX Chief Prosecutor Jaroslava Novotina stated on Friday that the EU mission in Kosovo, EULEX, "has no secret arrest lists."
BELGRADE -- PM Aleksandar Vučić was in parliament on Thursday where he answered deputies' questions, and revealed that the Fiat contract would not be made public.
BELGRADE -- Former Chief Hague Prosecutor Carla del Ponte has said she would be willing to return to The Hague to prosecute the leaders of the KLA.
KOSTOLAC -- Rain continued in Kostolac and Vršac in eastern and northeastern Serbia on Friday morning, but the situation on the ground is "much better than yesterday."
BELGRADE -- Air Serbia has introduced a new service between Belgrade and Tirana that will run three times a week from September 23.
BELGRADE -- The opposition Democrats (DS) say the offer to Milan Beko to take over as head of Serbian Railways is an unprecedented case of flagrant violation of the law.
BELGRADE -- Serbia must cut pensions and public sector salaries by 15 percent during the budget review, "as these measures are key to a successful fiscal consolidation."
BELGRADE -- RS President Milorad Dodik believes it would be good to allow Serbs from abroad to be elected as deputies in the Serbian parliament in Belgrade.
BELGRADE -- Serbia registered a 1.1-percent real GDP drop in the second quarter of 2014 compared to the same period of last year, the Statistical Office said on Thursday.
BELGRADE -- A storm that hit Serbia late on Wednesday and heavy rain that continued to fall into Thursday morning are threatening the thermal power plant Kostolac.
BELGRADE -- A number of Serbian trucks and drivers are blocked on the Ukraine-Belarus border by a group of Ukrainian women, the Belgrade daily Večernje Novosti writes.
BELGRADE -- During the first 100 days in office, the Serbian government led by PM Aleksanadar Vučić was trying to build good relations with countries in both East and West.
BELGRADE -- The Serbian dinar (RSD) continued falling against the euro (EUR) on Thursday, losing 0.1 percent of its value, with the middle exchange rate at RSD 116.7676.
PRIŠTINA -- According to a Beta news agency report, Kosovo Foreign Minister Enver Hoxhaj has decided to dismiss Priština's charge d'affaires in Montenegro.
"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. "
"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 statement of Clint Williamson, chief prosecutor of the Special Investigative Task Force set up by the European Union.