BELGRADE -- Serbia’s PM Ivica Dačić says the government will tomorrow or the day after decide on a draft text of a plan for the implementation of the Brussels agreement.
BELGRADE -- The problems is the state-owned Galenika pharmaceuticals did not start with the SPS - the party's leader and Serbian PM Ivica Dačić has said.
MOSCOW -- Serbia’s First Deputy PM and Defense Minister Aleksandar Vučić met with Russian Defense Minister Segei Shoigu in Moscow on Thursday morning.
ZVEČAN -- Kosovska Mitrovica District Head Radenko Nedeljković says that political representatives of northern Kosovo Serbs have not accepted the Brussels agreement.
BELGRADE -- Serbia and Russia will sign the declaration on strategic partnership as an expression of their ambitions to develop future cooperation in key areas.
BELGRADE -- Two more persons were arrested in the continuation of the investigation in the Development Bank of Vojvodina (RBV) case on Thursday, B92 has learned.
BELGRADE -- An umbrella contract to modernize Serbian Railways was signed at the Serbian government headquarters on Thursday and involves an USD 800 million Russian loan.
BELGRADE -- The situation with public finances in Serbia is very bad and a budget revision is needed immediately, the Fiscal Council has stated.
BELGRADE -- The Holy Assembly of Bishops of the Serbian Orthodox Church has appealed to all democratic institutions in Serbia and abroad to help free Bishop of Ohrid Jovan.
BELGRADE -- United Arab Emirates national carrier Etihad Airways should make an offer to the Serbian government at the end of next week to buy a 49% stake in Jat Airways.
BELGRADE -- The Serbian parliament on Wednesday approved sending Serbian Army to Mali as part of an EU mission in the African country.
BELGRADE -- British and Dutch Ambassadors to Serbia Michael Davenport and Loren Stokvis have welcomed a deal on the implementation of the Brussels agreement.
PRIŠTINA -- The EULEX police in coordination with the Kosovo police unit ROSU on Thursday arrested five persons suspected of committing war crimes.
PRAGUE -- A campaign dubbed, “A photo a day in the worst year of my life” has won a bronze award at PIAF Festival in Prague.
BELGRADE -- Russia consistently advocates stances of the international law which means protection of Serbia s well, Russian Ambassador to Serbia Aleksandr Chepurin says.
BELGRADE -- Serbian MPs are visiting Kosovo today and tomorrow. The visit is organized by the Serbian government’s Office for Kosovo.
BUCHAREST -- A storm hit the Romanian capital of Bucharest on Thursday afternoon, with 70 km per our winds ripping out roofs and trees, and injuring 17 persons.
SOFIA -- Former Bulgarian PM Boyko Borisov has said that his party, which won a majority of votes in the recent elections, was unable to form a ruling coalition.
ZAGREB -- A group of Croat football fans have vandalized a municipal headquarters in the town of Krnjak and took down a Serbian flag.
LONDON -- Over 100 members of Britain's ultra right-wing group EDL gathered last night near the spot where a British soldier was brutally murdered in London.
Faced with a growing crisis in the care of newborn babies, Serbia’s Information Technology leaders and individuals rose to the challenge and revolutionized the country’s maternity wards through record-breaking donations
"We did not reach an agreement and it is obvious that there is no will to hold the referendum, because, I think it is clear to everyone how the people and the citizens would declare themselves..."
"Serbia's faces significant economic challenges, including a weak economy and large internal and external imbalances."