BELGRADE -- The Serbian government has held a commemorative session for Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Labor, Employment and Social Policy Jovan Krkobabić.
BELGRADE -- Veroljub Arsić, an authorized representative of the ruling SNS, told parliament today that Maja Gojković will be "the most successful parliament speaker."
BELGRADE -- The new Serbian parliament will have six deputy speakers - two of whom will come from the Serb Progressive Party (SNS).
BELGRADE -- Defense Minister Nebojša Rodić says Serbian soldiers draw from the army's great tradition to form a clear vision of how to achieve their primary mission.
BELGRADE -- On the night of April 23, 1999, at 02:06 CET, NATO carried out airstrikes against the building in downtown Belgrade housing Serbia's public broadcaster RTS.
BELGRADE -- President Tomislav Nikolić on Tuesday assigned the task of forming the country’s new government to Serb Progressive Party (SNS) leader Aleksandar Vučić.
NOVI SAD -- Ivica Dačić said on Tuesday that "the final plan of positions in the future government" has not been drawn up yet.
PRIŠTINA -- A recent statement by a member of the government in Priština concerning plans to demolish a Serbian Orthodox church in that town has caused reactions.
BELGRADE -- "The question of changing the Constitution is awaiting Serbia, not tomorrow, but certainly during this mandate," says Istvan Pastor.
BELGRADE -- B92 learned on Tuesday that the new president of the Assembly of Serbia will be official of the Serb Progressive Party (SNS) Maja Gojković.
BELGRADE -- The opening of Chapters 23 and 24 is important for the entire reform process in Serbia, said Tanja Miščević, Serbia's chief negotiator in EU accession talks.
BELGRADE -- Democratic Party leader Dragan Đilas and his deputy Bojan Pajtić have issued a joint statement denying media reports that they were in conflict.
BELGRADE -- Refugees in Serbia will have the same status as before, despite an initiative to abolish it, says the director of the Fund for Aid to Refugees and IDPs.
BRUSSELS -- EU High Representative Catherine Ashton will visit Belgrade later this month, as soon as Serbia's new government has been formed.
BELGRADE -- The Vatican does not intend to accept the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo, says Serbian Foreign Minister Ivan Mrkić.
BELGRADE -- Serbian officials, politicians, religious and public figures have issued statements congratulating the holiday of Easter to all those who celebrate it.
BELGRADE -- The government and Serbs in Kosovo have met their obligations from the Brussels agreement, says Aleksandar Vulin, a minister in Serbia's caretaker cabinet.
PRIŠTINA -- EULEX has rejected accusations against it coming from Serbs from northern Kosovo, who said that arrests carried out by the EU mission "represented kidnappings."
BELGRADE -- Serbs driven out of Đakovica in Kosovo sent a protest to the Priština authorities for not being allowed to visit their town and property on Good Friday.
BELGRADE -- Serbian Army Chief of the General Staff Gen. Ljubiša Diković says there is a possibility VS soldiers could participate in eight more multinational operations.
"What is important - considering that things have come to this - is to know that what is happening in the court in The Hague is not our job, it is not the job of politicians. It is the job for the court, it is linked to the past, our job is linked
On the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the death of the technical staff of TV Belgrade on April 23, 1999, the Commission for Investigation of Murders of Journalists is informing the public and the families of the victims that it will investigate