|Djelic: Agreement with IMF important for Serbia’s macro economic stability||ICTY to open re-trial of Haradinaj case on Thursday||U.S. official Phillip Ricker to visit Belgrade||Guinea and Nigeria recognize the independence of Kosovo||ODIHR Publishes Report on May 8. “Positive Elections, Followed by Polarization”||KPMG: Local banks have significant exposure to Romania’s sovereign debt||Statement of Greek Liaison Office in Skopje on today's incident in Florina involving two journalists||Education cooperation agreement between Macedonia and Turkey in the works||Sisak refinery still recovering from June fire||Statement by President Barroso and Commissioner Rehn on today's proposals by President Sarkozy and Chancelor Merkel||Gaddafi may soon go into exile, media||European Parliament's delegation to visit Ukraine to discuss country's EU integration prospects||International conference on Sanskrit epics taking place in Dubrovnik||Libya: Rebels advancing, thousands fleeing Tripoli||Three main postal centres to be completed in 2012||Japan donates equipment to Novi Sad health centre||Repairing damage from Kraljevo earthquake on schedule||Petnica emerges as leading European out-of-school educational centre||Djelic: Serbia-EU Forum based on the model of Davos||Djelic: No date for accession talks to entail new preconditions||Dacic: Serbia cannot use Kosovo as bargaining chip||Kosovo Government: Belgrade cannot decide on Kosovo||Djelic: Merkel's visit planned before crisis in Northern Kosovo||Serbian government condemns obstruction of freedom of movement in Kosovo||Priluzje's residents stage peaceful protest for third day in row||Prosecution seeks two trials for Mladic||Srbijagas director general says gas price is likely to go up by 15 percent||Negotiations with IMF to start on 22 August||IMF delegation arriving in Belgrade|
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Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration Bozidar Djelic expressed his belief this morning that Serbia will reach the agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which first of all envisages that Serbia’s budget deficit does not exceed 3.2% of GDP, in accordance
08:05 | 0 | Beta
A delegation of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will arrive in Belgrade on Aug. 18, to continue talks with the representatives of Serbian authorities on signing a new precautionary credit arrangement.
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State Secretary of the Ministry of Finance Dusan Nikezic announced today that the official negotiations between Serbia and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will begin on 22 August.
08:09 | 0 | Tanjug
The Serbian government will not allow the realistic increase in gas price, which should reach 30 percent, in order not to jeopardize the country's macroeconomic stability, but it is most likely that the price of this type of energy source will increase by 15 percent on average,
08:13 | 0 | Tanjug
The people living in Priluzje set up a crisis staff late Tuesday, and Wednesday they started signing a petition demanding that the construction works on this bridge be stopped or that it be moved more to north, towards Vucitrn.
08:14 | 0 | Tanjug
The Serbian government fiercely condemned on Wednesday the efforts of the interim Pristina government aimed at obstructing Kosovo citizens' freedom of movement.
10:18 | 0 | Tanjug
The visit of German Chancellor Angela Merkel to Serbia has been in preparation since February and is not related to developments in northern Kosovo, Deputy Prime Minister Bozidar Djelic said.
10:21 | 0 | Tanjug
The representatives of the Kosovo government rejected the idea of two customs stamps in the trade relations between Pristina and Belgrade, stressing that Belgrade cannot decide on Kosovo.
10:23 | 0 | Tanjug
Deputy Prime Minister Ivica Dacic stated that Serbia cannot use its national interests as a bargaining chip in order to access the EU, and called on top government officials to communicate such messages to the international community.
10:26 | 0 | Tanjug
Djelic said that if Serbia does not get a date in December, certain EU members could set a new list of preconditions for the beginning of the accession talks.
10:28 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbia's goal is to initiate an event that will become a traditional gathering place for all who are interested in European future of Serbia and the region, Djelic said.
10:34 | 0 | Emg.rs
Deputy Prime Minister for European Integration Bozidar Djelic said yesterday that the Serbian government set aside €7.3 million for construction of a completely new research centre Petnica, €5.1 million for infrastructure and €2.2 million for its equipment.
10:38 | 0 | Emg.rs
Minister of Human and Minority Rights, Public Administration and Local Self-Government Milan Markovic today confirmed during a visit to Kraljevo that the reconstruction of houses damaged in last year's earthquake will be completed by 1 October.
10:40 | 0 | Emg.rs
Minister of Health Zoran Stankovic attended yesterday the handover of Japanese donation in equipment to the Novi Sad health centre within the project "Improvement of screening and prevention of breast cancer in the Republic of Serbia".
10:42 | 0 | Emg.rs
Minister of Culture, Media and Information Society Predrag Markovic and Director-General of public postal company PTT Srbija Goran Ciric visited today the construction site of the Main postal centre “Belgrade“ in Zemun which will span 28,000 square metres.
11:44 | 0 | Alsat
OSCE/ODIHR gave to the Albanian politicians 27 new recommendations, which should be implemented before the next parliamentary elections.
11:53 | 0 | Alsat
The Cabinet of Kosovo Vice Prime Minister, Behgjet Pacolli officially confirmed that the Republic of Guinea and the Republic of Nigeria are the next two countries that have recognized the independence of Kosovo.
11:57 | 0 | Tanjug
United States (U.S.) Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Philip Ricker will Thursday visit Belgrade as part of his tour of the region.
14:46 | 0 | Tanjug
The re-trial of the case against former Kosovo prime minister and former leader of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) Ramus Haradinaj at the of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) will start on Thursday.