|Companies from 35 countries at security fair in Belgrade||Dinar slightly drops, exchange rate RSD 101=EUR 1||First refunds for Serbian tourists in Egypt arrive||EC uses same methodology over name or adjectives: spokesman||Montenegro needs to cut fiscal deficit and public debt, WB and Government officials agree||Luksić and opposition leaders agree over Montenegro’s top foreign policy goal||Pasok MP declares herself independent||Greece: Top brass replaced||Greek referendum threat to Eurozone financial stability||European Parliament president to visit Croatia on Wednesday||Croatian weapons manufacturer after regional markets||Bankruptcies guaranteed as part of Croatia's near future||Croatian businessman buys Zeljezara Split||Bulgaria to decide on Bourgas-Alexandroupolis project within a week||Iceland set to open its labor market for Bulgarians||Wahhabis operate in 17 BiH municipalities||Basescu: Issue of Vlachs and SAA not linked||Committee on KiM meeting suspended||Drews: Situation in north needs peaceful solution||Warlick: Additional measures necessary to attract investment||Roundtable on Draft law on employees in local self-government||Press conference on occasion of business meeting of multinationals with Serbian companies||Conference on human rights activists to open||Choice of strategic partner for exploitation of oil shales in Aleksinac||Serbia, Romania cooperate on infrastructure projects||Tadic,Cvetkovic and Basescu confer in Belgrade||Dacic: MUP & Motorola continue partnership||Russia points to violation of Serbs' rights||Dell: Kosovo political scene is irresponsible||Kosovo starts issuing biometric passports||Russian FM: Resolution 2344 should not be bypassed||Five EU countries to ratify SAA by year's end||Serbian police arrest smugglers, 74 illegal migrants|
07:23 | 0 | Beta
The Serbian parliament adopted on Sept. 26 the Public Property Law and the Law on the restitution of confiscated property and indemnification.
07:24 07:27 | 0 | Beta
A new round in negotiations between Belgrade and Pristina is to take place in Brussels, on Sept. 27 and 28; the official agenda includes topics established earlier, telecommunications, energy and Kosovo's participation in regional initiatives, BETA learned from diplomatic sources
07:28 | 0 | Emg.rs
Cvetkovic said that the state so far used three channels for securing the liquidity of the budget – funds from international financial institutions, bank debt in the country and the issuance of government bonds in the country.
07:29 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbia's metal industry is in a very difficult position, and the situation in Vojvodina is even worse, with the industry pratically non-existent in Novi Sad, head of the Vojvodina committee of the metal workers trade union Vlado Miljus said Monday.
07:30 | 0 | Tanjug
In the first seven months of 2011, the trade between Serbia and Germany reached EUR 1.5 billion, reflecting a 22 percent increase year-on-year, Vice President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce (PKS) Mihajlo Vesovic said on Monday.
07:32 | 0 | Tanjug
Total deposits of Serbia's banking sector at the end of the second quarter of 2011 totalled RSD 1.415 billion and increased by RSD 10 billion relative to the previous quarter, the National Bank of Serbia stated in a release.
07:34 | 0 | Tanjug
A section of the highway on the northern branch of Corridor 10 through Serbia, from Fiketic pike to Vrbas pike, some 10 kilometres long, became operative as of Monday.
07:36 | 0 | Tanjug
Director of the Serbian Privatization Agency Vladislav Cvetkovic has announced that the issue of free shares of Telekom Srbija will most likely begin in two months.
07:37 | 0 | Tanjug
There is no condition stating that Serbia should hold 1, 2, 5 or 10 pride parades in order to join the EU, Degert told a news conference in Belgrade.
07:38 | 1 | Tanjug
KFOR started an action of removing the barricade on the road leading to the administrative crossing Jarinje in northern Kosovo on Monday around 18 p.m., after which the local Serbs started setting up a new obstacle at the almost same spot.
07:39 | 0 | Tanjug
Minister of Education and Science Zarko Obradovic opened today in Leskovac a new building of the Post-secondary school of business which currently has over 1,000 students.
07:41 | 0 | Emg.rs
Minister of Youth and Sport Snezana Samardzic-Markovic and Chinese Minister of Sport Liu Peng said today in Belgrade that cooperation between the two countries in the field of sports is part of the strategic agreement that was established between Serbia and China in 2009.
07:42 | 0 | Emg.rs
Deputy Prime Minister for Economy and Regional Development Verica Kalanovic said today that the Belgian company Metech employed 136 new workers in its factory in Smederevo owing to government incentives.
07:44 | 0 | Emg.rs
First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic and Republika Srpska Minister of the Interior Stanislav Cadj signed a Memorandum on strengthening police cooperation between the two ministries.
07:45 | 2 | Tanjug
French Minister for European Affairs Jean Leonetti has stated that Serbia should become a member of the EU given that it has made great efforts, but added that the normalization of relations with Pristina is an indispensable element of the EU accession.
11:21 16:47 | 0 | Tanjug
The KFOR units have early Tuesday launched an action aimed at removing roadblocks from the Jarinje administrative crossing, during which they detained several persons.Local Serbs and KFOR members clashed once again at the alternative road near the administrative crossing of
11:26 | 0 | Tanjug
The Serbian dinar will strengthen against the euro by 17paras or 0.2 percent on Tuesday, after a five-day decline, thus setting the official middle exchange rate at RSD 101.9064 per EUR 1, the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) released.
21:30 | 1 | Tanjug
Serbian President Boris Tadic condemned Tuesday in a statement to Tanjug the use of force against citizens in the north of Kosovo.Tadic also urged KFOR to show maximum restraint and reiterated that it has to be status neutral.
21:34 21:37 | 2 | Emg.rs
“EULEX and KFOR are present at the Gates at Jarinjë/Jarinje and Bernjak/Brnjak in order to enforce the rule of law. Violence against KFOR or EULEX is not acceptable. It is important that everyone shows restraint and acts responsibly,” said Nicholas Hawton, Chief