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No significant progress at Nikolic-Jahjaga meeting

The meeting of Serbian and Kosovo presidents, Tomislav Nikolic and Atifete Jahjaga, respectively, in Brussels on Feb. 6, as expected did not produce any concrete progress, but rather had symbolic importance as the first meeting of the sort, i.e. as the raising of Belgrade and Pristina’s contacts to the highest level. The event passed with the usual presentation of opposed opinions on the status of Kosovo and different interpretations of the ...

Step toward improving relations between Serbia and Croatia

The prime ministers of Serbia and Croatia, Ivica Dacic and Zoran Milanovic, on Jan. 16 confirmed the readiness of their two countries to resolve open issues, at a meeting in Belgrade that marked the beginning of thawing relations after they have been stalled for ...

Serbia redefines its Kosovo policy

The Belgrade authorities have agreed on Jan. 9 on the documents that will serve as grounds for further talks with the Kosovo government, balancing between obligations in European integration and the position of not recognizing Kosovo's independence. The government and Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic on Jan. 9 settled the text of two documents - a draft resolution and a platform on ...

Police arrest one of wealthiest Serbs

The Serbian authorities on Dec. 12 arrested Delta Holding owner and one of the richest people in Serbia, Miroslav Miskovic, along with nine other people on suspicion that they appropriated property worth more than 25 million euros during the privatization of road ...

 Serbia accuses Hague Tribunal of selective justice

The acquittal of the Hague tribunal in the case of the former leader of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), Ramush Haradinaj, was received with bitterness in Belgrade, accompanied by fierce criticism of the tribunal's work and estimates that the ruling represents a slap in the face of justice. It was estimated in Belgrade that this verdict of the tribunal, like the previous one in the case against Croatian generals for crimes against the Serbs ...

Untapped potential of renewable energy sources

Within the energy policy, Serbia’s goal is to increase the utilization of renewable energy sources, which is also one of its obligations within the process of association with the EU. Serbia has assumed the obligation to implement European directives about renewable energy sources and it has been concluded that, by 2020, it should increase the share in overall consumed energy obtained from renewable sources from 21.2% to ...

Hard times for Serbian new government

Upon coming to power, the new Serbian government has encountered a difficult economic situation and lack of trust in international circles. Its first moves did not help to improve the situation - instead of placing measures for filling up the budget, which is practically empty, on the agenda first, a law some fear will diminish the independence of the central bank was urgently passed. The rating agency Standard and Poor's (S&P) punished ...

Dacic eyes premiership

General elections held in Serbia on May 6 have confirmed that the Serbian Progressive Party and the Democratic Party enjoy the biggest popular support, but that the most successful group is a coalition gathered around the Socialist Party of Serbia. The coalition bringing together the Socialists, the United Serbia and the Party of United Pensioners of Serbia has positioned itself, with about 15 percent of the vote, as the third strongest party ...

Reduced illegal software rate in Serbia

Serbia has a significantly higher rate of use of illegal software than the EU average, and even compared with the members from Eastern Europe, where this rate is high. Still, for the first time after three years, this rate in Serbia has been reduced, stated the director of the Serbian Bureau for Intellectual Property, Branka Totic, recollecting that Serbia is obliged, by the end of 2013, harmonize its laws with the regulations of the EU and ...

Candidate status welcomed without euphoria

The Serbian public has mostly approvingly, but without much euphoria, received the long anticipated news of the granting of EU candidate status. The euphoria-free tone was also given by Serbian President Boris Tadic - usually prone to optimistic statements - who pointed out that this is a great achievement, but not "epochal." "It will be epochal once Serbia crosses the enchanted border and joins the EU with the possibility of using all ...

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