|Car parts maker Yazaki invests 4 mln euros in Caracal-based plant||France, Belgium reach deal on Dexia bank||Bosnian Serb leader hospitalised due to exhaustion||EU-Russia Permanent Partnership Council, 10th-11th October in Warsaw||Mergers: Commission approves acquisition of Skype by Microsoft||The Bulgarian SME's Promotion Agency||BH insurance market significantly behind other transition countries||The promotion of BH resources abroad||Serbian Assembly on budget rebalance on Tuesday||Obradovic to open “A Century of Change – 100th Anniversary of Chinese Revolution 1911” exhibition||Dacic to attend annual judge counselling||China interested in investing in Serbia’s energy, hi-tech sectors||Djelic: Past burdens regional economic cooperation||Tanjug director attends Rhodes Forum 2011||Continuing dialogue possible on October 14||Bogdanovic briefs Serbs on talks with Cooper||Raspberry producers stop protests after meeting with Dacic|
07:24 09:35 | 0 | Emg.rs, AP, Tanjug, Beta
The special working group of EULEX for investigating the claims of the Council of Europe (CoE) rapporteur about war crimes and illegal trafficking in human organs of Serb prisoners in Kosovo and in Albania, has begun working in Brussels.
07:25 | 0 | Beta
The opinion on Serbia's EU membership application has not been completed yet, an official of the European Commission stated in Brussels on Oct. 5, adding that he could hardly imagine the Commission opposing the granting of candidate status to Serbia.
07:27 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister for EU Integration Bozidar Djelic said Wednesday he did not believe Hungary's objections to Serbia's recently adopted restitution law and the Pride Parade ban would affect the European Commission's (EC) report on Serbia's EU membership application
07:30 | 2 | Tanjug
The opening of the Vojvodina office in the building of the Mission of Serbia to the EU in Brussels on October 10, is expected to be attended by several hundred guests from the European institutions and the region.
07:33 | 0 | Tanjug
Taking part in the 11th Economic Summit in Belgrade, Konuzin said the South Stream project should give a new impetus to the entire Serbian economy. He expressed expectation the pipeline will allow a series of chemical companies to crop up in Serbia, strengthening its export
07:36 | 0 | Emg.rs
Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic will be on a visit to the Kingdom of Spain on 6 and 7 October. The purpose of the visit is to promote political and economic relations with this friendly country.
07:38 | 0 | Emg.rs
Minister of Agriculture, Trade, Forestry and Water Management Dusan Petrovic said today that the Serbian government decided to abolish all customs duties and levies on imports of soybean meal in Serbia.
07:43 | 0 | Emg.rs, Infobiro.tv
The first civilian aircraft landed yesterday at Morava Airport near Kraljevo, which had previously functioned only as a military airport, and once the planned investment works are completed, it will be a mixed military-civilian airport.
07:49 | 0 | Emg.rs
Ivica Dacic will be in Budapest on 6 October, where he will attend a trilateral meeting with the interior ministers of Austria and Hungary.
07:52 | 0 | Emg.rs
Minister of Justice Snezana Malovic will speak at a conference on the occasion of presenting a new project for reforming the judiciary and responsible government on 6 October at 9.45 at Aeroclub, Uzun Mirkova 4.
07:54 | 0 | Emg.rs
Dragan Sutanovac will open at the Military Technical Institute the fourth scientific conference of researchers in the field of defence technologies "OTEH 2011" today.
07:56 | 0 | Emg.rs
Head of International Cooperation and European Integration Ministry of Health Daniela Urosevic and economic attache of the Embassy of Germany in Serbia Arthur Herte will visit General Hospital in Arandjelovac regar., on 6 October, at 11.30.
07:58 | 0 | Tanjug
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen Wednesday rejected claims that KFOR in recent events in northern Kosovo overstepped the mandate it was given by the UN.
08:18 | 0 | Beta, Infobiro.tv
Serbian President Boris Tadic said on Oct. 5 that the greatest legacy of the Oct. 5, 2000 changes was the fact that democratic institutions had been established and strengthened, and that the biggest failure was that the value system had not changed.