BELGRADE -- A debate in principle on the bill of changes to the Law on Defense and Law on the Serbian Army was concluded in the national assembly on Monday.
VIENNA -- OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatovic condemned on Monday the attacks on journalists reporting from the protests in Pristina last weekend.
BELGRADE -- Defense Minister Bratislav Gasic and Dragan Sutanovac, who in the past held the portfolio, on Monday argued over accusations of warrantless spying.
Helsinki -- Aleksandar Vucic was in Helsinki on Monday to discuss "Serbia's EU integration, chairmanship of the OSCE, relations in the region and the situation in Ukraine."
BELGRADE -- Serbian Minister of Justice Nikola Selakovic says he believes Croatia will pursue a policy of good neighboring relations, and will not block Serbia's EU patg.
BELGRADE -- The Serbian government is "acting responsibly over the Trepca case and other property issues in Kosovo and Metohija, Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic has said.
ADDIS ABABA -- Serbia wants to develop good relations and economic and political cooperation with African Union member states, Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic has said.
PRISTINA -- NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said Friday that he "saw progress in the security and political situation in Kosovo but much remained to be done."
BELGRADE -- Serbia will continue to pursue the policy of military neutrality and it will cooperate with all partners in the East and the West, Bratislav Gasic has said.
ROME -- Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic met in Rome on Friday with Italy's Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni.
BELGRADE -- The Serb Radical Party (SRS) submitted a petition to the Serbian assembly on Friday calling for the removal of President Tomislav Nikolic from office.
DAVOS -- Prime Minister Vucic has told Reuters that the strategic, political and economic objective of his country is to be a part of the EU.
BELGRADE -- Marko Djuric has said that the Serbian government was fully committed to finding a solution for Trepca during the talks between Belgrade and Pristina.
BELGRADE -- Serbian lawyers will call off their strike after four months and start working on Monday, said President of the Bar Association of Serbia Dragoljub Djordjevic.
DAVOS -- Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic met in Davos Thursday with European Commission’s First Vice-President President Frans Timmermans.
BELGRADE -- Interior ministers of Serbia and Finland Nebojsa Stefanovic and Paivi Rasanen signed on Thursday an agreement on police cooperation.
BELGRADE -- Ivica Dacic said Thursday that the agenda of a new round of dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina had not yet been drawn up.
DAVOS -- Aleksandar Vucic says it is possible to foster friendly relations with Russia and be a member of the EU at the same time, and that Serbia is "nobody's puppet."
BELGRADE -- Tomislav Nikolic has said that Serbia was fertile ground for foreign investors, but that they should "shift the focus from infrastructure to something else."
BELGRADE, DAVOS -- Reforms are a matter of survival for Serbia, Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said in an opinion piece for Belgrade-based weekly NIN.
BELGRADE -- Marko Djuric has rejected as false the claims that the government is considering "accepting the loss of Trepca in exchange for compensation."
BELGRADE -- Serbia's legal team expects that the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague will reject Croatia's genocide lawsuit against Serbia.
BELGRADE -- Deputies in the Serbian assembly MPs adopted on Wednesday amendments to the Law on Notary Public and a set of accompanying laws.
BELGRADE -- All the opposition parties in Serbia currently enjoy support from a little over 20 percent of the voters - "2.5 times less than the SNS."
BELGRADE -- Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic will be in Switzerland on January 21 and 22, where he will participate in the World Economic Forum in Davos.
UZICE, BRUSSELS, PRISTINA -- Serbia is not setting any conditions, "on the contrary, it shows with each step how much it cares and is working on regional cooperation,"says Zoran Mihajlovic.
Now we must avert the danger of a downward spiral between Muslim and non-Muslim Europeans
"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."