BRUSSELS -- Karel De Gucht and Carla Del Ponte met in Brussels Wednesday.
BELGRADE, VIENNA -- The Serbian Parliament adopted a resolution rejecting the plan by overwhelming majority last night; Ahtisaari "not surprised".
PRIŠTINA -- Jaap de Hoop Scheffer appealed to Serbia on Thursday to engage constructively in a process determining Kosovo’s status.
BELGRADE, ORAŠAC, OPLENAC -- Celebrations in Orašac, Oplenac and Belgrade mark both Serbian Statehood Day and Serbian Army Day.
MOSCOW -- A top Russian diplomat on Thursday criticized the plan saying it fails to protect Serbs' interests.
BELGRADE -- The portion of the international community in favor of independence has two scenarios for the Kosovo, Aleksandar Fatić says.
BELGRADE -- The new Serbian Parliament convenes for its first session today. The Kosovo Resolution tops the agenda.
PRIŠTINA -- UNMIK Police Chief Stephen Curtis resigned today, Beta reports.
BUJANOVAC -- Leader of the Democratic Progress Movement Jonuz Musliu says the Albanians living in the Preševo Valley support Kosovo’s independence.
BELGRADE -- Parliamentary parties broke one pre-election promise – the number of women in Parliament falls short of the expected 30 percent
BELGRADE -- This is a crucial year in the settlement of the Kosovo status, Russian President Vladimir Putin said yesterday.
BELGRADE -- Serbian Government violated law by passing a Decree on allocation of state-owned apartments, judge Svetozar Čiplić told B92.
BELGRADE -- Following the constitution of the new Parliament, deputies to discuss draft resolution on Kosovo tomorrow.
BANJA LUKA -- Former State Security Chief Goran Petrović offered a unique perspective of Serbia's habits in state politics.
BRUSSELS -- The EU has lent a hand to Serbia on its path to the EU and called for constructive approach over the Kosovo issue.
BELGRADE -- Parliamentary parties will meet today to establish the agenda for the first parliamentary session scheduled for February 14.
BERLIN -- The European Union mission in Kosovo must avoid a heavy-handed approach, a think-tank warned on Monday.
SOFIA, ATHENS -- Bulgarian and Greek presidents Georgi Parvanov and Karolos Papoulias met in Sofia Monday.
BRUSSELS -- The EU will continue talks with Serbia when the new government proves it will fully cooperate with The Hague.
PRIŠTINA -- Kosovo's interior minister resigned on Monday over the deaths of two protesters in clashes Saturday.
BELGRADE -- The UN Security Council will adopt a resolution on Kosovo only if a consensus is reached, Leon Kojen says.
BELGRADE -- DS, DSS and G17 Plus leaders to convene next weekend to discuss the cabinet; Đelić to be offered premiership, Blic learns.
PRIŠTINA -- Two people died overnight of injuries sustained in clashes Saturday between police and Albanian protesters, UN police said.
VALJEVO -- Graffiti expressing support for the Hague fugitive Radovan Karadžić appeared over the weekend in Valjevo, western Serbia.
BELGRADE -- Aleksandar Vučić says the Hague Tribunal is attempting to deny Šešelj an efficient defense.
MUNICH -- The Munich Conference on Security Policy ends today with participation of leading politicians from 40 countries.
ZAGREB -- The Croatian media report that Croatia plans to open its liaison office in Priština.
BELGRADE -- Parties have agreed to convene the new parliament on Wednesday, February 14.
MUNICH -- Russia will oppose any Kosovo status solution unacceptable to either side, president Vladimir Putin says.
BUCHAREST -- Romanian Prime Minister Calin Popescu-Tariceanu urged Belgrade and Priština to be flexible in their talks.
PRIŠTINA -- Albin Kurti’s Self-Determination movement will today in Priština organize a rally in protest of Ahtisaari’s proposal.
BELGRADE -- Serbia’s European future is not conditioned by acceptance of Ahtisaari’s plan or Kosovo’s independence, Vuk Jeremić says.
BELGRADE -- Ružica Đinđić, who topped the DS electoral list, will not become a parliament member, Beta has learned.
KOSOVSKA MITROVICA -- The Serbian National Council of Northern Kosovo (SNV) organized a protest rally in Kosovska Mitrovica.
BRUSSELS -- EU foreign policy chiefs will seek quick formation of a new Serbian cabinet as they meet on Monday.
NEW YORK, BELGRADE -- UN Special Kosovo Envoy Martti Ahtisaari has put off negotiations until February 21, B92 has learned.
SEVILLE -- Granting independence to Kosovo could inspire other breakaway regions in Europe and former Soviet Union, Sergei Ivanov warns today.
BELGRADE -- Elections repeated at six polling stations; 1,135 people cast votes; 27.51 percent turnout.
China's Prime Minister Li Keqiang says the Third Meeting of Heads of Government and China and Central and Eastern European Countries (CEECs) will produce the Belgrade Guidelines, which will propose a number of initiatives to strengthen all-round cooperation.
"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."