BELGRADE -- Aleksandar Vucic and Ernst Reichel stated on Thursday that Serbia has made visible progress on its EU path.
BELGRADE -- A full reconciliation between Belgrade and Pristina is not possible without a solution for the status of Kosovo, says Ernst Reichel.
BELGRADE -- Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said he strongly believes the EU member states will not be able to reject Serbia's bid for full membership in the Union.
BELGRADE -- Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic expressed expectations that Serbia will open Chapters 32 and 35 in the negotiations with the EU by the end of the year.
BELGRADE -- The world is not in a new Cold War, said the participants of the Belgrade Security Forum's plenary panel.
The Explanatory Screening for Chapter 22 is scheduled to start in Brussels on Wednesday.
BELGRADE -- The President of the Belgrade Forum for Political Excellence Sonja Liht said on Wednesday the past should be fought with joint effort.
BELGRADE -- The President of the Russian Federation, will come to Belgrade on October 16 to attend the marking of the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Belgrade.
BELGRADE -- Head of Serbia’s EU Accession Negotiations Team, Tanja Miscevic said that Serbia is ready to open Chapter 32 talks.
BRUSSELS -- Johannes Hahn says that Serbia should carefully consider its decision not to support EU sanctions against Russia if Belgrade hopes to join the European Union.
BELGRADE -- ’’Serbia is making systematic progress towards the EU and this orientation will be reaffirmed on October 8'', said Michael Davenport.
GENEVA -- ''Serbia is the country with the largest number of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Europe'', Ivica Dacic said in Geneva.
BELGRADE -- Aleksandar Vucic stated on Tuesday that members of the Gendarmerie beat up his brother Andrej in the recent incident although he showed them his ID.
BELGRADE -- The Serbian ministers of Interior and Justice have signed with US Ambassador agreement on cooperation in drug control and law enforcement.
BELGRADE -- Serbian Defence Minister Bratislav Gasic said on Tuesday that Serbia and its army will remain neutral in military terms.
BRUSSELS -- The Council of the European Union decided on Monday to mandate EULEX to support the judicial proceedings on alleged human organ trafficking in Kosovo in 1999.
BELGRADE -- Five percent of Serbia's police force is on strike, the Minister of Interior, Nebojsa Stefanovic, said on Monday.
BELGRADE -- The Commission for implementation of the National Judicial Reform Strategy for the period 2013-2018 called on lawyers on Monday to end their strike.
BELGRADE -- B92 - its media company has been targeted by pressure and attacks for years due to its advocacy of respect of diversity and human rights.
LONDON -- The British Foreign Office congratulated Serbia on hosting a successful Pride Parade in Belgrade.
BRUSSELS -- Stefan Fuele welcomed on Sunday the Belgrade Pride Parade and condemned the threats to the LGBT population coming from right-wing organisations.
BELGRADE -- The Belgrade Pride Parade was held on Sunday, joined by a large number of politicians and ambassadors, with heavy police presence, there was no major incident.
BELGRADE -- Nearly 7,000 people sought asylum in Serbia in the first eight months of this year.
BRUSSELS -- Serbia can count on more than EUR 1.5 billion from the Instrument of Pre-Accession Assistance over the next 6 years, the European Commission said on Friday.
BELGRADE -- Serbian Police Trade Unions began a strike performing only the most important tasks in the field, and 91.6 percent of the workforce responded to the protest.
BELGRADE -- The Security Service Coordination Bureau did not ban the staging of the Pride Parade on Sunday, September 28, despite opposing views.
NEW YORK -- Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ivica Dacic, pointed out on Thursday in talks with NATO Deputy Secretary General Alexander Vershbow about Kosovo situation.
BELGRADE -- Lawyers of Serbia announced during the protest in front of the Palace of Justice that they would continue with the strike until their requests are met.
"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."
BELGRADE -- Members of the Serbian assembly have adopted a set of media laws - the Public Information and the Media Law, and the laws on Public Media Services and on Electronic Media.