|Bobic: Serbia gets serious warning over fake asylum seekers||Djelic to meet with delegation of European Affairs Committee of Dutch parliament||Dacic calls on Roma not to seek asylum in EU countries||Albania: First results published||New trends in organised crime: Europol reports on Europe and the Balkans||Serbia's D&B rating trend deteriorates||Ciric: Over 170 new companies due to investment incentives||District Court accepts Svetlana Raznatovic's plea bargain agreement||Austria approves Sanader's extradition to Croatia||International Fair of Technics opens in Belgrade today||Dodik says Rapublika Srpska will not call off referendum under any circumstances||Belgrade District Court to review settlement between Raznatovic and prosecutor on Monday||Serbia marks Europe and Victory Day||NBS governor says food prices fuel inflation||Koha Ditore: Cliff and Hoxhaj coordinate work on recognition from five EU states||Yahoo! brings developers from across the world at the Open Hack Day event on May 14-15||Romania: Average net wages, down 1.1pct in March 2011 from March 2010||Romanian state remains main shareholder of transport, energy key companies||Montenegro tops WTTC report in growth of tourism contribution to GDP||First North Stream gas pipeline completed||Greece: Troika targets private sector||Croatia´s top 50 firms register huge increase in profits||Seven Central European countries sign airspace deal||Sofia Platform: Avoiding Eastern Europe's pitfalls in political institutions reform||Ryanair carries out first Milano-Plovdiv flight||Far East companies interested in Corridor 10||Djelic: Organization of illegal migration to become crime||Degert opens Europe Day celebration||Trade in Telekom shares to start by July||Total number of employees in Serbia at 1,770,444||Dodik says Republika Srpska referendum not about secession||Botsan-Kharchenko says Russia will not support Inzko's report||Serbia Energy: EPS,Electric power of Serbia, on the strategic turning point||Performance of RTGS and NBS: Clearing system and interbank clearing of foreign exchange payments in April 2011||Tourist visits up 12 percent January-March 2011||Inzko: Moves of RS leadership violate Dayton Accords||Government’s aid for soup kitchens in Kosovo-Metohija||Cooperation of Serbian, German textile industries||Serbia's export to Germany could be at EUR 2-3 billion||Tahiri willing to meet Stefanovic in Pristina||KFOR Commander: No reduction in troop numbers this year||Albania: Voting ended, minor incidents reported,exit polls released|
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07:43 12:29 | 0 | Emg.rs, Tanjug
Greece will certainly support Serbia in its efforts to become a candidate for EU accession and receive the date of the beginning of the relevant negotiations, said Serbian Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration Bozidar Djelic after talks he had with Greek Foreign Minister
07:49 | 0 | Radio Serbia
The Serbian Government has twice extended the deadline for the Austrian company, in order to meet the conditions for the negotiations on the signing of the sales contract.
07:50 | 0 | Radio Serbia
The construction industry sector in Serbia has started recuperating from the consequences of the global economic crisis, and this year it has achieved some growth, thanking to the state program that envisages investments of 500 million euro.
07:51 | 0 | Radio Serbia
The public debt of Serbia amounts to some 40% of the GDP, and if the fiscal rules are obeyed, it will probably be stabilized under the allowed limit of 45%, reads the analysis of macroeconomic trends, published by the Fiscal Council.
07:58 | 0 | Tanjug
The annual media freedom award Zora (Dawn) given by the Journalists' Association of Serbia (UNS) on the occasion of World Press Freedom Day, May 3 went this year to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange while the association's Charter for this year went to Jean-Christophe Buisson,
08:00 | 0 | Tanjug
Acting Head of OSCE Mission in Kosovo and Metohija Edward Joseph expressed concern Monday about various forms of pressure on journalists in Kosovo.
08:03 | 0 | Tanjug
State Secretary at the Serbian Culture Ministry in charge of information and the media Dragana Milicevic-Milutinovic said on the occasion of World Press Freedom Day, May 3 the state would do everything in its power to improve the situation in the media, but added a lot depended
21:30 | 0 | Tanjug
The security level of diplomatic missions to Serbia was raised after the leader of the terrorist organization Al Qaeda Osama bin Laden was killed in Pakistan during the night between Sunday and Monday.