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The agreed minimum labour price applies to all business positions in sectors where collective branches agreements have been signed, that is in agriculture, food industry, construction industry, chemical industry and non-metal and metal industry.
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The long-term agreement on the purchase of Russian gas should contribute to the drop in the price of the fuel and ensure stable supply for consumers in Serbia, Director General of Srbijagas company Dusan Bajatovic announced.
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The Kosovo Supreme Court adopted a decision on Saturday to release five Serbs from the Kosovo-Morava region from detention facilities in Pristina and Gnjilane where they were kept since February 25 after they were arrested on suspicion that they undermined the Kosovo constitutional
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Members of the Serbian gendarmerie arrested two members of the Kosovo Police Service (KPS) in the Merdare region, central Serbia, who had two automatic rifles on them, as well as two pistols and special distance measurement equipment, Serbian Interior Minister Ivica Dacic said.