|Strategic military conference in Belgrade on 13–15 June||Djelic to visit Germany, Austria||Warlick says U.S. strongly supports Belgrade-Pristina dialogue||Kosor wants expansion of ICTY indictment against Mladic||Vekaric: Brammertz's report is turning point for Serbia||SEC: VMRO-DPMNE highest number of votes 426.804, SDSM 358.169, DUI 108.371, DPA 59.693||GNTO launches cooperation with Google||Latest "Indignados" protest in Syntagma Square on Sunday largest yet||Dinar continues to weaken, exchange rate RSD 98.08||Fuele in BiH, dialogue on judiciary to begin||Tadic to meet European Council president on Monday||Japan, Korea, China and U.S. interested in building Cernavoda reactors 3 and 4||Pope ends his visit to Croatia||Bulgarian cabinet to increase minimum wage, pensions||Albania: SP plans other complaints||KFOR soldier from Austria charged with sexual offences||Status conference in Haradinaj case on June 9||Cvetkovic on two-day visit to Cyprus||Ignjatovic: We will see our cooperation with ICTY to its conclusion||Brammertz to present report on Serbia's cooperation with ICTY to UNSC Monday||Jeremic requests independent comprehensive investigation of human organ trafficking||Chamber of Commerce opens office in Croatia||Belgrade to host regional conference "Environment for Europe- EnE11"||Afro Festival in Belgrade on June 10-12||MOST observers report irregularities during the election process||SEC: 82.60 percent of polling stations processed, VMRO-DPMNE leads||Gruevski: VMRO-DPMNE-led coalition, reforms - winners of 2011 elections||VMRO-DPMNE-led coalition "For Better Macedonia" scores victory, Gruevski resumes premier's mandate||SEC: 76.33 percent of polling stations processed, VMRO-DPMNE leads|
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05:59 | 0 | Tanjug
The aim of the Serbian companies' participation in the exhibition is to examine the needs and potentials of the Russian market, with the intention of increasing the presence of the Serbian products and services in that market.
06:05 | 0 | Emg, Infobiro.tv
Serbia established 4 April 2012 as the date for shutting down the analogue signal and transferring to digital broadcasting.
06:08 | 0 | Tanjug
The union requests a 40 percent increase in salaries, as well as procurement of new uniforms and shoes, as well as the amendments to certain articles of the Law on Police and the signing of a special collective agreement.
06:10 | 1 | Tanjug
The export of meat and milk products was granted after the representatives of Federal service of veterinarian and phytosanitary inspection with the RF Ministry of Agriculture have inspected the facilities, on October 18 to 29 last year, and after the control of the application
06:14 | 0 | Tanjug
The Association of teachers' trade unions of Serbia decided Sunday to continue the strike and request the dismissal of Education Minister Zarko Obradovic, Association President Leonardo Erdelji stated.
06:19 | 0 | Emg
Electronic communication with the Tax Administration should contribute to better tax collection and the economy will save around €600 million annually and queues in the Tax Administration’s branch offices will be reduced.
06:21 | 0 | Emg
A press conference on the occasion of celebration of Sretenje – the Serbian Statehood Day will be held at 12.00 on 7 February at the formal hall of the Serbian Archives, Karnegijeva 2.
06:22 | 0 | Emg
Djelic and Frattini will speak about Serbia’s future steps in the process of European integration and Italy’s assistance on this path.
06:24 | 0 | Tanjug
The total number of employed people in Serbia at the end of December 2010 was estimated to 1.77 million, which is about 2,000 less than in the previous month, the Serbian Chamber of Commerce released.
06:26 | 0 | Tanjug
Dulic said that the 2011 support to housing construction will amount to RSD 900 million (EUR 1 = RSD 103), and the funds will be invested through incentives for the construction companies which build housing facilities within the state program.
06:43 | 0 | www.balkanmagazin.net
Lukoil-Beopetrol has increased all workers' payments by 10 percent since 1 January 2011, despite the effects of liberalization of petroleum market in Serbia, balkanmagazin reports quoting Lukoil sources.
06:51 | 0 | Express
The so-called “Operation Pacolli” began last night and it should be complete with the evacuation of 163 Kosovo citizens currently in Egypt. “They are left without anyone’s help and of course I came to their aid,” Pacolli told Express.
11:24 | 0 | Beta
Telecommunication Minister Jasna Matic has said that the Cabinet has no favorites among Telekom Srbija's prospective buyers.
11:25 | 0 | ECIKS
The Secretariat of Energy Community (SEC), based in Vienna, has stalled further the verdict about the dispute between Kosovo and Serbia over the lines of Trasnmission. The absence of the verdict is costing Kosovo 15 million euro annually because Serbia has since 2006 claimed
11:27 | 0 | Koha Ditore / ECIKS
As of January, Kosovar goods which are exported to member states of EU will be less competitive than they were the last 10 years. The preferential trade Agreement that Kosovo had with EU has expired in December, 2010. Goods “Made in Kosova” will not be able to enter
11:29 | 0 | Emg
State Secretary for Kosovo-Metohija Oliver Ivanovic stated today that talks between Belgrade and Pristina can be expected to begin in March, when the first meeting between the two delegations will be held.
13:39 | 0 | limun.hr
German media group WAZ has sold Serbian kiosk chain Stampa sistemi to Belgrade-based Centroproizvod. WAZ stated that the sale of Stampa was a part of the company’s exit strategy from Serbia.
13:41 | 0 | limun.hr
The biggest Slovenian construction company SCT, currently in forced debt settling due to high debts, announced that it managed to land several new deals in Serbia lately.
15:39 | 0 | Tanjug
In out of a total of 1,804 schools in Serbia, there were no classes held in 100 education institutions, 872 schools worked full time, while in 821 schools classes were cut to 30 minutes on Monday, the Serbian Education Ministry told Tanjug on the same day.
17:01 | 0 | Tanjug
In its February report, the world's largest rating agency Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) still ranks Serbia among the group of countries showing moderate business risk, adding that the new potential agreement between Serbia and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) would continue