TIRANA -- "The sooner Serbia formally recognizes that Kosovo will never again be its part, the better for Serbia and the region," says Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama.
BELGRADE -- Serbia's Deputy PM Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić met on Wednesday with France's new Ambassador to Serbia Christine Moro.
BELGRADE -- An informal meeting of foreign and finance ministers of the West Balkan dedicated to economic management and cooperation, will take place in on Thursday.
ISTOK -- The coordinator in the Office for Communities in the municipality of Istok in Kosovo has said that a house belonging to a Serb returnee had been set on fire.
BELGRADE -- Serbia wants to sign an agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) as soon as possible, Finance Minister Dušan Vujović said on Wednesday.
BELGRADE -- Brankica Stanković, the author of B92 TV's Insider series, has been awarded with the prestigious international Courage in Journalism Award.
SVILAJNAC -- Head of the EU Mission to Serbia Michael Davenport on Wednesday visited Svilajnac to which the EU has provided financial aid for post-flood reconstruction.
BRUSSELS -- The European parliament (EP) has elected with 423 votes in favor and 209 against the new European Commission, headed by Jean-Claude Juncker.
BELGRADE -- Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić has said he expects the visit of Prime Minister of Albania Edi Rama on November 10 to be "good and fruitful."
BELGRADE -- Kosovo's foreign and economic development minister Enver Hoxhaj and Fadil Ismaili will participate a regional ministerial meeting in Belgrade, Beta reported.
TIRANA -- U.S. senator Chris Murphy says he left the Western Balkans with a clear intention to push for greater American involvement in a critical moment for the region.
BELGRADE -- Torture does not exist in Serbia as a systemically organized and encouraged phenomenon, Deputy Ombudsman Miloš Janković said on Wednesday.
BELGRADE -- The Serbian government on Wednesday adopted a set of bills aimed at ensuring financial stability of the country's economic system.
MOSCOW -- Russia's Sergei Lavrov has warned against unilateral steps in handling world problems, and mentioned NATO's aggression "against Yugoslavia" as an example.
VIENNA -- OSCE Media Freedom Representative Dunja Mijatović has called on authorities in Albania, Bosnia and Serbia to investigate all hacker attacks on media websites.
BELGRADE -- Serbia's Minister of Labor Aleksandar Vulin rejected on Tuesday the criticism leveled at him for saying that persons receiving welfare should work.
BELGRADE -- Albanian PM Edi Rama has sent a plan of his visit to Serbia according to which he should be given the key to the city of Belgrade.
NICOSIA -- Cyprus has announced that it will prevent Turkey's progress in the negotiations for EU membership.
NOVI SAD -- A Serbian parliament committee met on Tuesday in Novi Sad and condemned the attacks on the property of members of national minorities.
"In crafting our new federal kingdom, we will have a lot of international experience to draw on. One of the many peculiarities of Britain is that, while repeatedly spurning federalism, it has both left behind numerous federations across the English-speaking
"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."
After the October 14 UEFA EURO 2016 Group I qualifier between Serbia and Albania (0:0, 41st minute, FK Partizan Stadium, Belgrade) abandonment, the Football Association of Serbia (FSS) issued the following press release