|Novi Sad Jazz Festival begins tonight||EBRD supports regional economic integration in SEE||Foreign Ministers of Danube riparian countries meeting in Bucharest||Germany to remain Montenegro’s partner in pursuing European agenda||FYRMacedonia: Gasoline prices drop, diesel retains the same price||Macedonia to support low-cost airlines||Skoda Yeti from Nizhni Novgorod and a 7-seater Lada R90 from AvtoVAZ||EU Ministers on Serbia, Montenegro achievements on Dec. 5||Statement by the EC and IMF on the Review of Romania’s Economic Program||Latest inventions in display Nov. 9-12 in Zagreb||Bulgaria to restart sale of four duty-free zones||Bulgaria's meat output records growth in Q2 2011||Turkey's Isbank sees strong growth potential in Bulgaria||Levon Hampartsoumyan: Greece's troubles unlikely to prompt bank failures in Bulgaria||Gov't of Central Bosnian Canton finally formed||Inzko and Turkish National Defence Minister Ismet Yilmaz meet||Tadic tours works on Corridor 11||We will win elections, says Petrovic of DS||Nikolic says Serbia could still have Kosovo and EU||Tanjug hands out annual awards||100 new jobs at Mono Metal||Greece: Government spokesman on Papandreou-Samaras contacts||Talks with IMF in midweek||KFOR vehicles reach base||Brammertz to arrive in Belgrade today||Dacic to visit Latvia, Estonia||3rd fair of local self-governments on 9–11 November||Days of Serbian culture in Timisoara||Serbia elected to UNESCO World Heritage Committee||Declaration inked on regional refugee problem resolution|
17:19 | 0 | Tanjug
The concert of Lena Kovacevic and her band on Tuesday evening will mark the beginning of the 13th Novi Sad Jazz Festival, the main program of which includes performances of world famous musicians.
05:18 | 0 | Beta
Aside from Serbia, which won 86 votes, Germany, India, Japan, Algeria, Senegal and Malaysia were elected in the first round.
05:20 | 0 | Emg.rs
Minister of Culture, Media and Information Society Predrag Markovic will open the event “Days of Serbian culture in Timisoara” on 8 November.
05:21 | 0 | Emg.rs
The Ministry of Human and Minority Rights, Public Administration and Local Self-Government today stated that together with the Standing Conference of Towns and Municipalities (SKGO) it is organising the 3rd fair of local self-governments on 9–11 November at Hall 5 of the
05:23 | 0 | Emg.rs
First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior Ivica Dacic will visit Latvia on 8 November to meet with Latvian Minister of Foreign Affairs Edgars Rinkēvičs and Minister of the Interior Rihards Kozlovskis.
05:24 | 0 | Tanjug
International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) Chief Prosecutor Serge Brammertz will arrive Tuesday on a two-day visit to Serbia as part of his regular activities ahead of presenting the report on cooperation to the UN Security Council, Brammertz's Special
05:25 | 0 | Tanjug
KFOR's convoy, which Serbs stopped early on Monday, passed through northern Kosovska Mitrovica around noon, and at about 1.15 pm reached the KFOR headquarters at the Jarinje crossing, without any problems or interruptions.
05:26 | 0 | Tanjug
Official talks between the Serbian government and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on the first review of Serbia's precautionary arrangement are expected to begin in midweek, and in the meantime expert negotiations with the IMF Mission will continue.
09:14 | 0 | Emg.rs
Deputy Prime Minister of Economy and Regional Development Verica Kalanovic delivered an agreement worth €500,000 to Mono Metal from Backi Monostor, as an incentive to launch the production of metal frames.
09:16 | 0 | Tanjug
Tanjug marked its 68th anniversary by handing awards to the best journalists, who displayed the top standards of Serbian journalism while reporting about the crisis in northern Kosovo.
09:18 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) President Tomislav Nikolic has said the SNS has not given up the agenda of fighting for both Kosovo and the EU and reiterated the promise of EUR 100 billion of investments in Serbia over the next 10 years.
09:20 | 0 | Tanjug
In an interview for Tanjug, Petrovic said that the policy of the DS and its political allies was aimed at modernizing the country and making significant and systematic changes to the way the Serbian institutions operated.
09:21 | 0 | Tanjug
Serbian President Boris Tadic believes that in 2014 Serbia will have a much more developed road infrastructure than today.Tadic expressed hope that Corridor 11 will be put on the list of European corridors considering its importance for the international traffic, given