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Hahn: Western Balkans can join EU, but there will be no discount

All six countries in the Western Balkans have a European perspective, and Serbia as one of the leaders in the process could help the entire region’s progress towards membership, Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Hahn said in Belgrade on Wednesday (7 February). Addressing a conference on EU accession prospects, Hahn underscored that Serbia, like the other candidates, had to solve all disputes, including the normalisation of relations ...

EU insists on Serbia-Kosovo dialogue, normalisation

Brussels expects to see a legally binding document regulating relations between Belgrade and Pristina before Serbia joins the EU and insists on Belgrade’s continued dialogue with Kosovo, European Parliament President Antonio Tajani said in the Serbian capital this ...

Most Serbs support EU membership, cite job opportunities, in new poll

Just over a half of Serbia’s people support the country’s bid to join the EU, citing better jobs and free movement that membership would provide, according to a new survey. Some 52% of the population would vote in favour of accession if a referendum were held tomorrow, compared to 24% against, according to the opinion poll conducted by Serbia’s ministry of European ...

Bulgaria’s EU presidency offers Western Balkans unique opportunity

This year is supposed to finally see progress on the Western Balkan countries’  long and tortuous journey towards European Union membership, with at least three successive EU presidencies – Bulgaria, Austria and Romania – keen to make enlargement one of their main priorities. theBut a long shadow was cast on Serbia’s plans after the murder on 16 January of a Serb leader in Kosovo effectively halted Belgrade’s EU-sponsored ...

 French Vinci gets concession for Belgrade airport

The French Vinci Airports corporation will manage Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla Airport for the next 25 years. The government is counting on the concession boost investment in the airport, but not all are convinced. Economists are divided on the issue and some think that the benefits to the state and the airport from the concession have been overplayed and that a concession should not have been granted to a profit-making company in the first ...

Serbia judges want more transparency, independence, higher pay

There is a widespread lack of trust among judges and prosecutors in Serbia in the process of electing judiciary officials and climbing the career ladder, with eight out of ten believing that those processes are steered by connections and nepotism as much as by objective criteria. Three quarters of judges and prosecutors in the European Union candidate country think the process of appointing judiciary officials is not ...

Kosovo adds dissonance to Balkan cacophony

The visit to Belgrade by the three members of Bosnia-Herzegovina’s presidency was expected to warm up relations between the two countries, which had soured after the Bosniak presidency member said his country should recognise Kosovo, Serbia’s former ...

The ICTY wraps up work, reconciliation nowhere in sight

Judging by the mixed reactions to the life sentence the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) has handed Ratko Mladić, the former Bosnian Serb Army commander, reconciliation in the region after the wars of the 1990s is still far away. Mladić, whom the ICTY found guilty of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes and sentenced to life imprisonment, is still a hero, martyr and victim to some in the ...

 Serbs think German investors are the best employers

A third of Serbians think that German companies are the best investors and that a job at a German firm guarantees a good salary and working conditions, job safety and career advancement. Nearly 400 German companies operate in Serbia and employ more than 35,000 ...

Serbia running out of steam in reform process, warn foreign investors

Foreign investors insist Serbia must continue along its EU accession pathway and modernise its state administration and legislation, particularly in the realm of tax policy. A recent evaluation of reforms suggested Belgrade is lagging ...

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