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20. January 2017

Pristina complains to EU and U.S. about Serbian "aggression"

Enver Hoxhaj has written to heads of diplomacy of the EU and the United States, accusing Serbia of "numerous provocative acts and aggression." An …
20. January 2017

"Belgrade-Pristina talks next week; 'no' to Dodik sanctions"

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic on Thursday spoke with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the phone, and met with NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg …
19. January 2017

Ice on Danube River 4 meters thick at Dalj Bend

Ice on the Danube at the so-called Dalj Bend is four meters thick, says MUP Emergency Situations Sector chief Predrag Matic. According to Maric, two …
19. January 2017

"Trump will relinquish Balkans to Putin" - German analyst

America's new president, Donald Trump, "will not be interested in the Western Balkans," says German political scientist Siebo Janssen. He believes …
18. January 2017

U.S. introduces sanctions against RS leader Dodik

The United States has imposed sanctions on Milorad Dodik, president of the Serb Republic (RS), the Serb entity in Bosnia-Herzegovina. This was …
18. January 2017

PM meets with Mogherini, talks NATO, Kosovo, and hypocrisy

Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and the head of EU diplomacy, Federica Mogherini, held an urgent meeting in Davos on Wednesday dedicated to …
18. January 2017

"Peace and stability our primary goals"

"Peace and stability are the primary goals of the Serbian government," Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said on Wednesday in Davos. He spoke during …
18. January 2017

Serbian PM meets with outgoing U.S. VP Biden

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic met on Tuesday in Davos, Switzerland with U.S. Vice President Joseph Biden. According to the Serbian …
18. January 2017

Minister talks salaries, pensions, state-owned lossmakers

If Serbia's 3-year arrangement with the IMF is completed successfully, "citizens will be able to count on permanent foundations for growth." This …
17. January 2017

Lavrov: K. Albanian forces should not be in northern Kosovo

Russian Foreign Minister on Tuesday said that a new war in the Balkans must be avoided, and that Albanian forces should not be in northern Kosovo and …

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