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 Serbia foreign minister: We want border demarcation with Kosovo

Serbia’s official position in the dialogue with Kosovo is to go for a border demarcation along ethnic lines between Belgrade and its former province, Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić has said without elaborating further. Dačić’s statement was met with protests in both Belgrade and ...

Serbia snags piece of Turkish Stream pipeline pie

Serbia has been given the go-ahead to build a section of the Turkish Stream pipeline from the Bulgarian to the Hungarian border, so long as not only Russian gas is transmitted through the pipeline. While officials insist that construction will begin soon, Gas Association representatives are not too optimistic that it will actually happen, at least in the short term, as “the Americans will not allow ...

European elections also important for countries striving to join EU

Although Serbian citizens will not vote in the European Parliament election in May, its outcome is certainly of interest to them because it will affect the future course and pace of the EU candidate country’s negotiations with ...

Worrisome Rise in Pressure on Journalists in Serbia

Over the past year 102 cases of pressure and attacks on journalists and other media professionals have been documented in Serbia, and what is particularly worrisome is the upward trend in the number of such cases. According to an analysis conducted by the Independent Journalists' Association of Serbia (IJAS), in 2018 journalists were physically assaulted seven times, there were 72 cases of pressure and 23 verbal ...

Kosovo to keep tariffs until Serbia grants recognition, insists PM

Kosovo’s prime minister refuses to lift tariffs on imports from Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia, despite external and internal pressure to back down. Ramush Haradinaj continues to stand firm – not even the latest in a line of senior world officials, US Ambassador to Priština Philip S. Kosnett, has managed to convince him to lift tariffs on imports from its two Balkan ...

Putin: Moscow Supports Mutually Acceptable Solution for Kosovo

Russian President Vladimir Putin said in Belgrade on Jan. 17 that Russia supported a mutually acceptable solution for Kosovo based on U.N. Security Council Resolution ...

Street rallies for and against government expected in Serbia this week

Serbian citizens are set to rally on the streets almost daily in the coming week, both those unhappy with the state of affairs in the Balkan country and those who just want to show support for visiting Russian President Vladimir ...

Magic bus for the homeless to start driving around Belgrade

A new kind of special-purpose bus will start touring the streets of Belgrade before the end of the year, providing help for the most vulnerable group of its residents – the homeless. On the bus, they will be able to take a shower, get a haircut, use the toilet and have their laundry washed, but also get practical advice and other kinds of help. Funds for its work are being raised through a local crowdfunding campaign called Push the ...

Brexit: Can the UK Dive Across the Finish Line?

One and a half year has passed since the government of the United Kingdom (UK), led by Prime Minister (PM) Theresa May, activated Article 50 of the Treaty on EU (TEU). By doing so, as of March 2017, the UK started the countdown timer and initiated a two-year period to settle its divorce from the Union. Fast-forward to mid-November 2018, after long and uneasy negotiationsthe UK and EU negotiators managed to finally reach an agreement on the ...

Serbia scores victory as Interpol rejects Kosovo membership

Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić said today that the rejection of Kosovo's Interpol membership application was a success of 'a small, defiant and proud country', but that one should not be euphoric over it and put Pristina down. Vučić urged the Kosovo Albanians 'not to perceive the outcome of voting at the Interpol General Assembly as a debacle or a great defeat', but rather as a sobering ...

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