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True stability needs media freedom

I do not know whether it will be possible, one day, for all countries of the region to formally become part of the European Union exclusively owing to the pragmatic readiness to preserve regional stability, but it is quite certain that this will not truly happen without a sincere, not only verbal, embracing of European standards, and unless the field of media freedoms in them is ...

Serbia to limit sale of agricultural land to foreigners

The Serbian Ministry of Agriculture is planning to unveil draft amendments and supplements to the Law on Agricultural Land with the aim of limiting the sale of such land to foreigners before 1 September, when the market is to be liberalised. And while a competent minister is announcing a public debate on the amendments to the controversial law, agricultural economists are calling for the postponement and limiting of the sale of arable ...

Brnabić: If forced to choose, Serbia would pick EU over Russia

The Serbian government, opposition and Kremlin have all reacted to a statement by Prime Minister Ana Brnabić that Serbia, if forced to choose between closer ties with Russia and membership of the Union, would choose the EU. Analysts say that Brnabić is only stating what President Aleksandar Vučić ...

Report: Local government debt a threat to Serbia’s public finances

If the Serbian government does not take the necessary steps, the debts of local governments, which currently reach 4% of GDP, will sink public finances, the Fiscal Council has warned. EURACTIV.rs reports. Among the bigger cities, Novi Sad has the most stable finances, whereas Kragujevac is on the brink of ...

Serbians concerned about underground economy

The shadow economy limits the state’s ability to provide public services, according to 2/3rds of Serbians surveyed. 8 out of 10 say it inhibits growth. For a country in which undocumented trade accounts for 30% of its GDP, the concern could not be clearer. EURACTIV.rs ...

Another contested demolition in Belgrade’s Savamala district

The Serbian government has come under fire once again after the Nelt Group announced that its facilities in downtown Belgrade had been illegally razed. The construction of the Belgrade Waterfront project, funded by Arab investors, is underway in the Savamala quarter of the capital city. During an April night in 2016, the government demolished a number of privately owned structures it claims were illegally erected to clear the ground for ...

Renewable Energy Sources for a Sustainable Future, Growth and Employment

Representatives of member states of the Energy Community have concurred at the Clean Energy for a Sustainable Future forum that there is no question whether the countries of the Energy Community should choose between clean energy and economic growth, because green development brings bigger growth and higher employment. For the member states, switching to clean energy is a political issue and, although they recognize the problem of climate ...

Berlin Plus: EU signals Western Balkans still a priority

Sigmar Gabriel hopes his new Berlin Plus plan will receive a warm welcome. Intended to dispel fears in the Western Balkans that the Union is preoccupied with domestic crises, Belgrade worries that Berlin Plus is an excuse to leave Serbia in the “EU waiting room”. EURACTIV.rs ...

Vučić inauguration highlights premier vacuum in Serbia

On 31 May, Serbia got a new president: Serbian Progressive Party leader and now ex-Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić. But the public is trying to guess who the new premier will be and whether an early general election will be called. EURACTIV Serbia reports. Observers are giving the best chances to a non-party candidate who would “serve the purpose” until a possible ...

Serbia unnerved by Albanian threat of union with Kosovo

A statement about a potential union between Albania and Kosovo, by Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, has angered officials in Belgrade, who have asked Brussels to take a stand on the issue.Rama told Politico on April 18 that a union shouldn’t be ruled out if there is no chance of the Western Balkans joining the EU. The Albanian premier said that a union with Kosovo was not his personal wish, but “a possible alternative to the EU’s closed ...

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