|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|
08:37 08:41 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbian Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic announced Thursday evening that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved a precautionary loan for Serbia.
08:44 | 0 | Emg.rs
The Serbian government adopted at its session yesterday the Strategy of development of system of public information in Serbia to 2016.
08:45 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Ivica Dacic stated on Thursday that the security situation in Serbia is more complex now than it was several weeks ago, which is why the Pride Parade or any other gathering should not be held in Belgrade on Sunday.
08:53 | 0 | Tanjug
Four workers were killed and another one was seriously injured in an accident which occurred during landslide rehabilitation in Belgrade on Thursday as a hill came down on them, and it is still unknown whether more workers were cluttered, head of the Interior Ministry's Emergency
08:55 | 0 | Beta
The European Commission is still working on its opinion on the readiness of Serbia to become a candidate for European Union membership, in which it will underscore that "a huge amount of work has been done," but the crisis in northern Kosovo is stirring up large doubt.
11:22 | 0 | Tanjug
The situation was peaceful at the barricades, with a number of citizens who guarded the roadblocks. Members of KFOR for the first time carried out a control of the train running between Kraljevo and Zvecan on Thursday.
11:24 | 0 | Tanjug
The Committee on Defence and Security of the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia will hold a session on Friday to discuss the situation in north Kosovo-Metohija.
11:27 | 0 | Tanjug
The Serbian dinar continued to strengthen against the euro by RSD 0.20 or 0.2 percent on Friday, thus setting the official middle exchange rate at RSD 101.1732 per EUR 1, the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) released.
14:53 | 0 | Tanjug
Members of KFOR launched Friday another quick action and expanded the security zone at Jarinje administrative crossing, thus practically taking over the barricade recently set up by Serbs in response to the removal of the old roadblock built in the night between September 15
19:54 | 0 | Emg.rs, Tanjug
The highest growth in GDP was recorded in mining (17.5 percent), electricity, gas and steam supply (13 percent) and information and communication sector (9.9 percent).
10:38 01:15 | 0 | Tanjug
The United Nations Security Council finished consultations late Wednesday without a common stance on the situation in northern Kosovo.Western countries in the UNSC believe the situation in northern Kosovo is under control, and EULEX and KFOR are acting in line with the mandate