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.
PRIŠTINA -- Serbian Government Office for Kosovo and Metohija Director Marko Đurić on Wednesday conferred with Belgrade's liaison officer in Priština Dejan Pavićević.
BELGRADE -- Businessman Milan Beko has said that he accepted the offer of Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić to take over as director of Serbian Railways.
BELGRADE -- Inflation stood at two percent in the first half of 2014 with the monthly rise of consumer prices at 0.1 percent, said the Serbian Ministry of Trade.
ZURICH -- The report of prosecutor Clint Williamson represents "a surprise to Western governments, which did not expected positive results," says Dick Marty.
BELGRADE -- Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) Anne Brasseur has welcomed a report by special prosecutor John Clint Williamson.
Gaza -- The Israeli military has carried out a deadly attack on Wednesday morning against a UN school in the Gaza Strip.
BELGRADE -- All is set for the 54th Trumpet Festival in Guča, to be held August 6-10 in the western Serbian region of Dragačevo.
SKOPJE -- UN secretary-general's envoy Matthew Nimetz has said that he has no mandate to negotiate about "the identity of the Macedonian people."
BELGRADE -- The Serbian parliament is on Wednesday starting a debate on three media bills, previously adopted by the government and sent to MPs.
BELGRADE -- The Net Patrol mechanism for reporting illegal and harmful online content has received more than 900 reports in 11 months.
"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. "
"This visit is a signal that the government's efforts since 2012 have been rewarded, especially in the context of the dialogue with Kosovo, which was the decisive step. There is also the fight against corruption and an ambitious reform agenda,"
The statement of Clint Williamson, chief prosecutor of the Special Investigative Task Force set up by the European Union.