European Data Protection Day in Belgrade
BELGRADE -- The European Data Protection Day will be marked in Serbia for the first time in 2011.
January 28 has jointly been marked by the Council of Europe and the European Commission for the past five years.
30 years since the adoption of the Convention on the Protection of Individuals with regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data, a meeting will be held in the organization of Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection Rodoljub Šabić and Partners for Democratic Change in Serbia, with the support of the Fund for an Open Society, it has been announced.
According to the announcement, the meeting to be held at the National Bank of Serbia in Belgrade will be attended by Serbian Interior Minister Ivica Dačić, Head of the EU delegation to Serbia Vincent Degert and Serbian Ombudsman Saša Janković.
petak 28.01.2011 | 18:50 | Source: B92, Tanjug | Comments: (2) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- Serbian Health Minister Tomica Milosavljević has resigned, saying the decision came "for deeply personal reasons".
petak 28.01.2011 | 15:22 | Source: Tanjug | Comments: (8) | Send comment
PRIŠTINA -- EULEX prosecutors have begun a preliminary investigation into the allegations made in CoE Rapporteur Dick Marty's report on organ trafficking in Kosovo.
petak 28.01.2011 | 15:20 | Source: Tanjug | Comments: (0) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- The Restitution Network has expressed dissatisfaction with government’s answers to the EC questionnaire regarding the return of seized property.
petak 28.01.2011 | 13:47 | Source: Beta | Comments: (0) | Send comment
SJENICA -- Bosniak List leader Esad Džudžević has stated that the list maybe will not participate in the upcoming elections for the Bosniak National Council.
petak 28.01.2011 | 12:40 | Source: B92 | Comments: (2) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- More than half a billion dinars from Kolubara Coal Mine have been donated to various associations over the past few years even though the mine suffered losses.
petak 28.01.2011 | 12:40 | Source: Tanjug, Glas Srpske | Comments: (9) | Send comment
BELGRADE -- Justice Minister Snežana Malović says an impartial and thorough Kosovo organ trafficking probe cannot be take place without offering full security to witnesses.
petak 28.01.2011 | 11:06 | Source: Tanjug | Comments: (26) | Send comment
NOVI PAZAR -- Islamic Community in Serbia Chief Mufti Muamer Zukorlić says "Serb children will not be forced to celebrate Muslim holidays once Sandžak gains autonomy".
petak 28.01.2011 | 10:49 | Source: Financial Times | Comments: (42) | Send comment
LONDON -- The Financial Times writes today that the EU and U.S. are expected to allow the investigation into organ trade in Kosovo after the Marty report was adopted.