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14:37 | 0 | Tanjug
The money will be spent on strengthening of the rule of law, governance, public administration reform, education, and addressing socio-economic issues such as public finances, regional economic development, agriculture and rural development.
14:43 | 0 | Emg
Minister of Energy and Mining Petar Skundric and Minister of Industry, Energy and Mining of Republika Srpska Zeljko Kovacevic said today in Banjaluka that the two countries have the potential for cooperation and joint activities in the region and Europe, not only in the energy
14:44 | 0 | Emg
For every RSD 100,000 deposited on 1 November 2010 for the period of three months at the then average interest of 10.39%, account holders received RSD 102,502 at the term-end. It is important to note that dinar savings were exempt from payment of the interest income tax.
14:46 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbia's balance of payments deficit in the period from January to November 2010 totalled USD 2.47 billion, which is a 4.2 percent reduction compared to the same period in 2009, the Serbian Chamber of Commerce released Thursday.
14:48 | 0 | Tanjug
The facts that two pan-European corridors intersect in Serbia, namely, Corridor 7 and Corridor 10, and that Serbia borders with six of the 14 countries of the Danube basin - Hungary, Romania, Croatia, Bulgaria, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro, represents a significant potential
14:52 | 0 | Tanjug
There is only one female bus driver in GSP, while the rest drive trams, and there are no women operating any of Belgrade's trolleybuses.
10:15 | 0 | Beta
The Constitutional Court of Serbia on Feb. 3 elected Judge Dragisa Slijepcevic as court president. Slijepcevic was the only candidate nominated for the position.
10:21 | 0 | Emg
Couple dozen of displaced and socially endangered Serb families, who live in a trailer settlement in Gracanica, near Pristina, have been without electricity for six days, reports the Radio KiM from Caglavica.
10:25 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbian Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic, Ministers of Finance and Education, Diana Dragutinovic and Zarko Obradovic respectively, failed to reach an agreement with education trade unions on improving the financial situation of teachers and the talks are to continue Friday.
10:29 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbia does not expect a special court and bureaucracy to be established for this case, but it believes that some kind of an independent investigation would be in the common interest of everyone, including the U.S. and Serbia, as it would eliminate the suspicion that somebody
10:30 | 0 | Tanjug
The European Union opposes establishing of any special mechanism that would be in charge of investigating the allegations Council of Europe (CoE) special Rapporteur Dick Marty made in his report on human organ trafficking in Kosovo, and underlines that it is EULEX that should
10:33 | 0 | Tanjug
Miller, who has been a member of the Committee since 2003, and its president since 2008/09, believes that the investigation should be carried out by the ICTY, but stressed that the members of the Swiss parliament have different opinion on the issue.
10:37 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbian President Boris Tadic will on the occasion of the country's Statehood Day, February 15, award the first medals based on the new Law on Decorations of the Republic of Serbia.
10:39 | 0 | Beta
Democratic Party of Kosovo leader and Prime Minister Hashim Thaci said on Feb. 3 he has secured a sufficient number of votes for forming a new government, but failed to say with whom he will form it.
10:42 | 0 | Beta, Infobiro.tv
Democratic Party leader Boris Tadic, at a ceremony marking the party's 21st anniversary on Feb. 3, said the party was a national institution that would never abandon the objective of creating a free and progressive Serbia.
10:45 | 0 | Koha Ditore
On the eleventh anniversary of the massacre, no one has yet been convicted for the killing of 10 persons and injury of 25 others. In the night between the 3 and 4 February 2000, 10 Albanians were killed by Serb organized groups, while 25 other people were injured from firearms
11:13 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic stated Thursday that he does not expect that the ongoing police strike will affect security during the rally of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) scheduled for Saturday.
11:15 | 0 | Tanjug
Leader of the oppositional Progressive Party of Serbia (SNS) Tomislav Nikolic has announced he will sit on the street until the government calls early elections.