BELGRADE -- An exhibition of Australian Aboriginal art has been opened at the Museum of Applied Arts (MPU) in Belgrade.
KOPAONIK -- The Serbia investment conference will be held in Paris on May 23 and attended by representatives of 50 large French companies, potential investors in Serbia.
ŠTRPCE -- Five Serbs from the enclave of Štrpce who were arrested on Tuesday have been placed under house arrest for up to 30 days.
ABU DHABI, BELGRADE -- The USD 1 billion loan that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) granted to Serbia is very favorable, Serbian Minister of Finance Lazar Krstić has said.
ANKARA -- Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said he would ban the use of Facebook and YouTube in Turkey after the March 30 elections in that country.
BELGRADE -- There are no misunderstandings between the Serbian and Russian partners regarding the South Stream gas pipeline project, says Dušan Bajatović.
BELGRADE -- Aleksandar Vučić has said that he expects his ruling Serb Progressive Party (SNS) to win "more than 40 percent of the vote."
PRIŠTINA -- The health of Oliver Ivanović, the detained Serb politician from northern Kosovo, who earlier this week began a hunger strike, "has worsened."
TUNISIA -- President Tomislav Nikolić laid a wreath on Thursday at Tunisia's Museum of the National Memory in Sijoumi.
BELGRADE -- The Executive Board of the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) decided on Thursday to keep the reference interest rate unchanged at 9.5 percent.
MOSCOW, WASHINGTON -- U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke by telephone last night for an hour about the situation in Ukraine.
BELGRADE -- The Serbian government expressed its "concern over the decision by the provisional authorities in Kosovo to form Kosovo armed forces and a defense ministry."
ZVEČAN -- Councilors from municipal assemblies in northern Kosovo on Thursday voiced concern over the announced plans of the Priština authorities to form a Kosovo army.
BELGRADE -- Branko Lazarević has told the daily Večernje Novosti that he "spoke the truth" during his recent questioning related to "the Šarić affair."
CRIMEA, KIEV -- Ukraine's Autonomous Republic of Crimea will hold a referendum on March 16 to decide on its future status, Itar-Tass has reported.
BELGRADE -- The City Electoral Commission (GIK) has released a complete list of slates for early local elections to be held in Belgrade on March 16.
SARAJEVO -- The diplomatic mission of Ukraine in Bosnia-Herzegovina has reacted to RS President Milorad Dodik's statement in support of Russian actions in Crimea.
BELGRADE -- The Serbian government will call for an urgent UN Security Council session, in the wake of announcements that the armed forces of Kosovo would be formed.
CRIMEA -- The Supreme Council of Ukraine's autonomous Crimea Republic on Thursday approved in principle the legislation enabling it to join Russia as a federal subject.
BELGRADE -- The first Serbia-Russia business expo and the first Belgrade Business Forum opened on Wednesday with participation of 87 Russian and 100 Serbian companies.
"The Yanukovich government was rotten to the core, and he will not be missed. But most governments of Ukraine will be rotten to the core, partly because there is no tradition of respect for the law and because of the way property was privatized.
"What is important - considering that things have come to this - is to know that what is happening in the court in The Hague is not our job, it is not the job of politicians. It is the job for the court, it is linked to the past, our job is linked
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