POŽAREVAC -- Cabinet minister and leader of the Movement of Socialists Aleksandar Vulin was in Požarevac on Tuesday, where he visited the grave of Slobodan Milošević.
YEREVAN -- FM Ivan Mrkić said on Monday that Gerhard Schroeder's statement that NATO's 1999 attack on Serbia was a violation of international law "came too late."
BELGRADE -- "I'm not looking for a second chance, I'm presenting a plan, and it is up to the citizens to say 'yes' or 'no," says Boris Tadić.
BELGRADE -- Aleksandar Vučić has said that "the threat posed by extremism promoted by extremist parties, politicians and tycoons should not be underestimated."
Zaječar -- URS party leader Mlađan Dinkić has told a rally in the eastern town of Zaječar that the "belt-tightening policy should be abandoned immediately."
RUSKI KRSTUR -- The League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina (LSV) is against the sale of arable land to foreigners, "because new land cannot be generated," says Nenad Čanak.
BELGRADE, PRIŠTINA -- The March 16 Serbian parliamentary elections will be held in Kosovo in accordance with the Brussels agreement "and with the OSCE," says Aleksandar Vučić.
BELGRADE -- Municipal leaders from Democratic Party (DS) “graded” judges and prosecutors in 2009, during the justice reform, writes the Belgrade-based daily Politika.
BELGRADE -- Branko Lazarević could have been questioned four years ago, Ivica Dačić has said of his former cabinet chief, suspected of having ties with a drug clan.
YEREVAN -- Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivan Mrkić has arrived in Yerevan where he will confer with Armenian top officials over the next two days.
ČAČAK -- Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dačić has said that the Brussels-based EU-mediated talks with Priština will resume after the March 16 elections.
RUSE -- Serbian PM Ivica Dačić met with his Romanian and Bulgarian counterparts and said that "mutual understanding is important for citizens of all three countries.
BELGRADE -- Vice-President of the opposition DSS party Nenad Popović has said that Serbia "must in no way take part in EU's policy against Russia."
ŠTRPCE -- Five Serbs from the enclave of Štrpce who were arrested on Tuesday have been placed under house arrest for up to 30 days.
BELGRADE -- Aleksandar Vučić has said that he expects his ruling Serb Progressive Party (SNS) to win "more than 40 percent of the vote."
TUNISIA -- President Tomislav Nikolić laid a wreath on Thursday at Tunisia's Museum of the National Memory in Sijoumi.
BELGRADE -- The Serbian government expressed its "concern over the decision by the provisional authorities in Kosovo to form Kosovo armed forces and a defense ministry."
ZVEČAN -- Councilors from municipal assemblies in northern Kosovo on Thursday voiced concern over the announced plans of the Priština authorities to form a Kosovo army.
BELGRADE -- The City Electoral Commission (GIK) has released a complete list of slates for early local elections to be held in Belgrade on March 16.
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