"Forget 2025!"

It is necessary for both Serbia and Montenegro to speed up their reform processes. Much has to be done, but how can you push the governments of these countries when you say that the target (to join) is 2025? This was quite an unfortunate statement, which I hope will soon be forgotten - Franco Frattini

Interviews Monday, March 5, 2018 11:08 Comments: 3

"Communism, unfortunately, loses to fascism"

Igor Mandic, a writer and polemicist, is a critic of socialism and the multi-party system, but also the government that expelled Serbs from Croatia. He has adopted the idea that patriotism is the last refuge of scoundrels, while he says that today’s Croatia is coming apart at the seams.

Interviews Thursday, December 28, 2017 11:54 Comments: 8

“Serbia and Albania have a lot of common interest”

“I am not a politician, but I can say that without this existing political background it would have been impossible the possibility to open the door for a better cooperation and finding each other in this undertaking to create opportunities for the cooperation between Serbia and Albania,” said Mr. Cadez

Interviews Tuesday, November 28, 2017 12:24 Comments: 2

"Deputy speaker's dream about Serb-Albanian relations"

"I would insist that tourism is a significant field of cooperation because I have found that a lot of Serbs, who have already been in Albania, say: 'It is great there. There is great hospitality and a comfort situation. And the seaside is fine and you can see a lot of cultural heritages'."

Interviews Tuesday, November 7, 2017 16:35 Comments: 6

Charles Simic, poet and essayist: A smoked ham for poetry

Charles Simic is among America’s greatest poets. In late August he spent two days in his hometown of Belgrade, whilst on his way back from Macedonia, where he received the "Golden Wreath of the Struga Poetry Evenings", one of Europe’s most important poetry awards, in recognition of his entire poetry opus.

Interviews Tuesday, October 10, 2017 12:18 Comments: 2

Serb-Albanian ties "better than ever" - says Serbian PM

"I think that the relations between Serbia and Albania are doing better than any time. This is a very positive sign. Certainly, it is really, first and foremost, thanks to Prime Minister Edi Rama and President Aleksandar Vucic," the Prime Minister of Serbia, Ana Brnabic, has said.

Interviews Monday, August 28, 2017 12:35 Comments: 12
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