|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|
09:56 | 0 | Tanjug
The head of the European Union Delegation to Serbia, Vincent Degert, said on Oct. 13 that the EU had invested EUR2.2 billion or EUR300 per head in Serbia over the last 10 years.
09:59 | 0 | Emg.rs
Minister of Foreign Affairs Vuk Jeremic said today in Limassol after the talks with his Cypriot counterpart Erato Kozakou-Marcoullis that Cyprus will not change its firm position not to recognise the unilaterally proclaimed independence of Kosovo.
10:04 | 0 | Emg.rs
First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic will visit Bajina Basta hydroelectric power plant in Perucac on 15 October at 12.00.
10:19 | 1 | Tanjug
Patriarch Irinej of the Serbian Orthodox Church backed on Friday the right of northern Kosovo Serbs to defend themselves by putting up roadblocks, and called on the local Serb population to persist in the fight for their rights.
10:21 | 0 | Tanjug
European Commissioner for Enlargement Stefan Fuele said Friday that the positive assessment of reforms in Serbia confirms that the current year was good for the country.
10:23 | 0 | Tanjug
During a conference on renewable energy sources at the Belgrade Fair, Skundric said that tens of thousands more people could indirectly be employed in the sector.
10:24 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbia currently produces about 15 percent of energy from renewable sources, but this output could be much higher, as its potential is about 4.4 million tons of oil equivalent, Serbian Deputy Prime Minister Verica Kalanovic said Friday.
10:26 | 0 | Tanjug
The National Bank of Serbia (NBS) on Friday advised business banks, ahead of the World Savings Day - October 31, to keep interest rates on foreign exchange deposits at a level similar to the rest of the year in order to prevent more expensive loans.
15:01 | 0 | Tanjug
KFOR has no operational plan for a forcible removal of roadblocks leading to the administrative crossings in northern Kosovo, but that does not mean it will not use force, because it reserves the right to do so, Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Adametz, the main spokesman for KFOR