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Davenport: Serbia should be proud of its work
Michael Davenport expressed the belief on Wednesday that the first inter-governmental conference between Serbia and the EU would be held by the end of January, The head of the EU Delegation in Belgrade alsostated that Serbia should be proud of the achievements it made over the past year.
12 hrs ago
'Relations good, economic cooperation should improve'
PM Ivica Daeiae and his Bulgarian counterpart Plamen Oresharski agreed in Sofia that the two countries have an interest in promoting economic cooperation.
Unrecognized Montenegrin Church wants 'property and status'
The head of the canonically unrecognized Montenegrin Orthodox Church has said that this religious community was in a "humiliating position."
Tue Dec 10, 2013
War Is A Crime
Analysis of STRATFOR Leaks Misrepresents Nonviolent Movements
Carl Gibson and Steve Horn have done an important service in writing their article outlining Srdja Popovic's inexcusable collaboration with the global intelligence company STRATFOR and his disclosure of the activities of movements and activists with whom he has worked.
Air Serbia introduces direct flights to Ljubljana
The flights from Belgrade to Ljubljana offer great potential for development of tourism in the two countries and improvement of their overall economic relations, Air Serbia CEO Dane Kondiae said in a written statement.
'War of statements' after SNS MP announces candidature
Analyst Dejan Vuk Stankoviae commented on this situation for B92 to say that the decision of the leader of the was "tactically good, because otherwise Cvijan would appear to be the victim."
Serbian officials meeting with Montenegrin PM
Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Dukanoviae is on Tuesday meeting with representatives of the Serbian state to discuss improving relations and cooperation.
Market Report, "Austria Life Insurance: Market Update", published
This report is the result of Timetric's extensive market research covering the life Insurance market in Austria.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
[VIDEO] See the new Corvette Stingray testing at Navak Center
Chevrolet has released a new video with the 2014 Corvette Stingray in which not one, but three units of the sports car, are being shown in action, on the Navak track.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
World War II bomb weighing more than 1 ton dug up in Belgrade, Serbia
A large bomb dropped on Belgrade by a German bomber during World War II was removed from a downtown construction site, a Serbian government official said.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Pensacola News Journal
VIEWPOINT: Stealth can win or lose a war
The remains of the only true stealth aircraft ever shot down in combat - a U.S. Air Force F-117A downed over the Balkans in 1999 - sit today in a museum outside the municipal airport in Belgrade, Serbia.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The Charlotte Observer
Serb police detain hundreds in anti-drug sweep
BELGRADE, Serbia Serbian police say they have detained hundreds of people in a massive sweep against drug traffickers throughout the Balkan country.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
PM announces busy month 'working on regional stability'
The joint session of the Serbian government and the government of the Serb entity in Bosnia should be held in Banja Luka on December 16 It was also announced on Wednesday htat Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Dukanoviae should visit Belgrade on December 9 and 10, while Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama may also visit Serbia in December.
More arrests announced in privatizations cases
Police Director Milorad Veljoviae has said that the police were checking the disputed privatizations, "but also working on other cases."
'Stabilization of public debt - Serbia's priority'
Daehaeng Kim, IMF's resident representative, say sthe stabilization of public debt which doubled since 2008 should be an economic priority for Serbia in 2014.
Serbia 72nd on corruption perception list
Transparency International Serbia president Vladimir Goati presented the results to say they showed that Serbia's progress "is the result of anti-corruption institutions created the past half-decade."
New Market Research Report: Serbia Freight Transport Report 2014
Serbia 2014 Following a year in which BMI believes saw mixed trends in different freight modes, 2014 will signal slow to moderate growth across all freight modes.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Former Bosnian official sentenced to 12 years
The War Crimes Chamber of the Belgrade District Court sentenced again on Monday Ilija Jurisiae to 12 years in prison.
GIS success 'historic victory for Serbia'
Marko Duriae, an adviser to the president, says that the success of the Srpska electoral list in the Kosovo elections was "a historic victory for Serbia."
Prosecutor: New evidence in AEuruvija case
Prosecutor for Organized Crime Miljko Radisavljeviae has said his office obtained new documents and data in the investigation into the murder of Slavko AEuruvija.