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14:56 | 0 | Tanjug
Dacic said for the Sunday-edition of the Belgrade-based daily Politika that new demarcation lines should be agreed on in order to peacefully resolve the dispute between Serbia and Kosovo, adding that “the demarcation is necessary because it would in some way acknowledge
09:39 09:46 | 0 | Emg.rs
After the opening of the international Symposium on stem cells at the Faculty of Medicine in Kragujevac, Djelic said that this project is worth €10 million and will be unique in the region because it will have a bank of stem cells.
09:42 | 0 | Emg.rs
On the occasion of the European Day for Organ Donation and Transplantation, the Ministry organised today in Belgrade the campaign “Make Life Longer" and the participants marked the importance of donation and organ transplantation with a walk through Knez Mihailova
09:53 | 0 | Emg.rs
Speaking at a ceremony which marked putting into operation the second revitalised power unit of the hydro electrical power plant "Bajina Basta," Dacic expounded that keeping energy resources in majority state ownership does not mean that the state should have a monopoly
09:54 | 0 | Radio Serbia
Head of the Pristina delegation in the dialogue with Belgrade, Edita Tahiri has stated that the continuation of dialog could be expected in November, touching upon the topics of energy supply, telecommunications and regional cooperation, reports the EXPRESS Daily in Pristina.
09:56 | 0 | Tanjug
Low competitiveness, technological backwardness and high unemployment rate experts are the biggest problems faced by the Serbian agriculture sector, experts said on the first day of the "Food for Europe" forum in the city of Subotica Friday.