|Perisic sentenced to 27 years in prison
|Brammertz to visit Belgrade on September 12
|FM Lambrinidis carries out working visit to Zagreb, Belgrade and Pristina
|Montenegro: Debate on electoral law postponed until Wednesday
|Pupils stage protest in Kosovska Mitrovica and Zubin Potok
|Greece: Bank credit remained negative in July
|SEV President: Eurozone exit will return Greece to 1950s-era conditions
|Greek company to build two tunnels on Corridor 10
|Montenegrin MPs to discuss election bill
|Serbian foreign minister says renewal of relations is not out of nostalgia
|Stefanovic: Pristina authorities deploy customs officers at checkpoints
|PM Boc: It is highest time for companies to invest in Romania
|Steel Con opens new plant in Kumanovo region
|Fule: Name row could be settled by year's end, reforms must resume
|Locomotives of Russia's development
|AMC gains Albania's second 3G license
|40th Book Festival opens at Zappeion
|Greece mission to Libya, humanitarian aid to Tripoli
|ND leader's schedule for TIF events announced
|Josipovic: Crisis in Croatia isn't over yet
|Russia plans to freeze Bourgas-Alexandroupolis project
|Lukoil's CEO pledges further investments in Bulgaria
|EU assists Bosnia i Herzegovina in preparing independent sector analyses of agriculture sectors
|Albania: Lobo Sosa Visits Taçi Oil Group
|Ban Ki-Moon: Non-Aligned Movement natural partner of U.N.
|Calls from Northern Kosovo for Stefanovic's dismissal
|Pristina to get good news from Vatican soon, says nuncio
|Food prices in Serbia follow trends in world commodity markets
|First regional centre for development of agriculture
|Diana Dragutinovic appointed as NBS vice governor again
|SPS once again together with PUPS and JS, says Dacic
|Acceptance of stamps means recognition of Kosovo, says Tahiri
|Donation of Japanese government to hospital for endemic nephropathy, Lazarevac medical centre
|Djelic to present Draft law on restitution and indemnification, Draft law on public property
|Presentation of programme for perpetrators of domestic violence
|Honduras will help Kosovo
|Dacic: NAM countries potential market for Serbian economy
|Passenger traffic at Izvori crossing back to normal
|Tadic: Deepening cooperation with NAM countries in Serbia’s interest
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10:39 | 0 | Beta
Late on March 14, the Serbian parliament elected members to the reorganized government, which now has 17 ministries and 21 members, instead of the previous 24 departments and 27 members.
10:41 | 0 | Beta
The head of Belgrade's negotiating team, Boris Stefanovic, said on March 14 that the talks with Pristina will continue at the end of this month and that after resolving the issue of people's standard of living in Kosovo, the aim is to discuss the issue of Kosovo's status.
10:42 | 0 | Beta
The third European Commission expert mission, which will further analyze Serbia's answers to the European Commission Questionnaire, on the basis of which an Opinion will be formed on Serbia's EU membership application, began in Belgrade on March 14 and will continue until March
10:46 | 0 | SEtimes.com
The IMF supports a maximum increase of 20% due to deficit concerns. The differences are being discussed with the IMF during two-week long talks in Pristina.
10:59 | 0 | Tanjug
The Serbian Embassy previously told that several dozen Serbs live in Japan, many of whom contacted the Embassy to say they were uninjured, and added that the Japanese police and Foreign Ministry are in touch with the Embassy and will forward any information that could be relevant
11:01 | 0 | Emg.rs, Tanjug
Political Director of the Foreign Ministry Borislav Stefanovic stated that the participation of Serbia's representatives in the USA-Balkans Business Summit in Baltimore, U.S., would be harmful at this point, as it would undermine the state policy on Kosovo-Metohija.
11:06 | 1 | Emg.rs, Tanjug
U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Thomas Countryman has stated that Belgrade is sending a wrong message by boycotting the conference between the political leaders and businessmen of the Western Balkan countries and the current and potential
11:09 | 0 | Radio Serbia
At the first military consultations between the Ministries of Defense of Serbia and Russia in Moscow, a bilateral military cooperation plan for 2011 was signed.
11:13 | 0 | ECIKS
Exporters from Kosovo will have to wait a few months more in order to be able to export their goods in the EU markets. The regaining of preferential trade with EU will allow goods from Kosovo to be sold in the European markets without tariffs.
11:16 | 0 | Emg.rs
First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic and US Ambassador to Serbia Mary Warlick signed yesterday the minutes on the delivery of a donation in computer equipment and training worth over $1 million for the needs of the Criminal Police Directorate.
11:18 | 0 | Tanjug
The trial against two leaders of the former Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) Sabit Geci and Riza Alija, who are charged with war crimes committed against civilian camp inmates in Albania during the clashes in Kosovo-Metohija, started in Pristina on Monday.
11:20 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbian President Boris Tadic will pay a visit to Herceg Novi, Montenegro, on Wednesday, where he will open a consulate of the Republic of Serbia with his Montenegrin counterpart Filip Vujanovic, the Serbian president's press service released in a statement.
11:21 | 0 | Tanjug
The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Serbia (MUP) became a member of the International Organization for Combating Drugs, Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Ivica Dacic said Monday.
11:24 | 2 | Tanjug
Serbian Red Cross invited citizens, companies, small businesses, financial and other institutions, as well as everyone who has the possibility, to join action of gathering financial means to help victims of earthquake and tsunami which hit Japan on March 11, it was stated by
11:30 | 0 | Tanjug
German company Meggle became Monday an official owner of dairy plant Mladost in Kragujevac (central Serbia), which it bought from Belgrade's company Silbo in December 2010.
11:31 | 0 | Tanjug
The Delta Real Estate signed with Germany's Bauhaus retail chain on Monday a contract on the construction of the first Bauhaus retail store in Serbia, and the total value of the investment is EUR 25 million.
14:52 | 0 | Tanjug
National Bank of Serbia (NBS) Governor Dejan Soskic stated Monday that the inflation in Serbia will reach its maximum in the second quarter of 2011, after which it is expected to gradually fall and move towards the inflation target by the end of the year.
11:33 | 0 | Tanjug
Israel has not recognized Kosovo’s independence and sees no reason to change its position, the Israeli embassy in Belgrade said Monday in a release.
17:52 | 2 | Tanjug
Over 1,500 people in Serbia showed their support to Japan by joining the Solidarity with Japan group on Facebook in only 12 hours, the Domino magazine said Tuesday.
17:54 | 0 | Emg.rs
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has recommended today that the citizens of Serbia should not travel to Japan, after the recent deterioration of the situation caused by natural disasters as well as by the explosion of the nuclear power plant in Fukushima.