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12. November 2018

EU: Belgrade and Pristina should both refrain

Federica Mogherini on Thursday in Brussels hosted a meeting of the High Level Dialogue with President Thaci of Kosovo and President Vucic of …
12. November 2018

EU expects Serbian economy to continue to grow

The European Commission (EC) has increased its projected growth of Serbia's economy for this year to 4.1 from 3.3 percent. This happened in the …
12. November 2018

Two Pristina officials in "ultimatum to Brussels"

The PM of the provisional institutions Pristina, and his deputy, have hinted at the possibility of withdrawing from the dialogue with …
06. November 2018

EU increasingly hesitant about lifting visas for Kosovo

A growing number of EU member states are hesitant to adopt visa liberalization for Kosovo, RTS is reporting on Monday, quoting Kosovo-based …
06. November 2018

Austrian chancellor visits Belgrade, then Pristina

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic spoke on Monday in Belgrade with Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, the Serbian government announced on its …
30. October 2018

"Serbia must align foreign policy with EU's"

EU Delegation to Serbia head Sem Frabrizi says Serbia must fully align its foreign policy to the European Union by the time it joins that …
30. October 2018

"Serbia needs EU as strong, stable partner in region"

PM Ana Brnabic spoke on Monday in Belgrade with Chairman of the EP Committee for Stabilization and Association of the EU and Serbia Eduard …
26. October 2018

Angela envoy's message: No recognition of Kosovo, no EU

German parliamentarian Peter Beyer thinks Kosovo is "factually independent and Serbia should recognize de jure the sovereign state of the Republic of …
22. October 2018

Austria against Kosovo army, Pristina's Interpol membership

Austrian Vice Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache has spoken out against Kosovo's membership in Interpol, as well as against the formation of an army …
15. October 2018

"Kosovo army talk cause for fear, we're in difficult spot"

Announcements from Kosovo about of an army are a source of fear among the Serbs, says the president, adding that Serbia is currently in a difficult …

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