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30. May 2017

"Shooting has stopped, but war in Bosnia is not over"

According to a retired general of the so-called Army of the Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina, the war is not over - it is merely that the shooting has …
30. May 2017

Moscow: Storm kills 14, injures 170 people

A storm that hit Moscow on Monday killed 14 people and injured 170 more, city authorities have announced. TASS is reporting that 108 of those …
29. May 2017

German company to open R&D center, "hire 500 engineers"

Germany's Continental will on July 1 open a research center in Novi Sad that will employ "at least 500 engineers." This has been announced by …
29. May 2017

Mongenegrin MP held at Moscow airport, set to be deported

A member of the Montenegrin Assembly from the ruling DPS party has been detained at Moscow's Domodedovo airport. Podgorica-based daily Vijesti is …
29. May 2017

Gospel to be placed under Constitution as Vucic takes oath

Serbia's new president, Aleksandar Vucic, will take the oath of office during a ceremony at the Serbian National Assembly in Belgrade on Wednesday, …
29. May 2017

ZSO agreement from Brussels "can be annulled easily"

Albin Kurti says one of his party's priorities will be to annul the agreement on the formation of the Community of Serb Municipalities (ZSO). Kurti …
29. May 2017

"I haven't yet quite decided who will be next PM"

Aleksandar Vucic, who will later this week take the oath of office as the new president, said on Monday he has "not yet quite decided who will be the …
29. May 2017

From Mossad to Blair's spin doctor: Vucic hands out books

Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic on Monday for the last time chaired a meeting of the Serbian government in the current mandate. The session started …
29. May 2017

Serbia will be ready to open 5 more chapters by end of June

Serbia will by the end of June be ready to open five negotiation chapters in its EU accession talks, Serbia's chief negotiator with the Tanja …
29. May 2017

Daily Politika ignores reaction to article smearing Curuvija

Commission for Investigation of Murders of Journalists on Monday announced that it was protesting the lack of professionalism of the newspaper …

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Which are the main Economic challenges for Serbia on its track to the European Union and to achieve an European standard of life?

Actual global economic and financial crisis
Corruption and bureaucracy
Dependence of Serbian economy from foreign investments
Devaluation of Dinar, the national currency
High inflation
Infrastructure and living conditions
Political challenges through the existing political system
Qualification of the workforce and the managerial staff

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