BELGRADE -- Air Serbia has introduced a new service between Belgrade and Tirana that will run three times a week from September 23.
BELGRADE -- Serbia registered a 1.1-percent real GDP drop in the second quarter of 2014 compared to the same period of last year, the Statistical Office said on Thursday.
BELGRADE -- The Serbian dinar (RSD) continued falling against the euro (EUR) on Thursday, losing 0.1 percent of its value, with the middle exchange rate at RSD 116.7676.
BELGRADE -- Businessman Milan Beko has said that he accepted the offer of Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić to take over as director of Serbian Railways.
BELGRADE -- Inflation stood at two percent in the first half of 2014 with the monthly rise of consumer prices at 0.1 percent, said the Serbian Ministry of Trade.
BELGRADE -- The recent donor conference in Brussels, organized to help Serbia recover from the May floods, raised slightly over EUR 106 million in donations.
BELGRADE -- Serbia's public debt rose by over EUR 0.5 billion since the beginning of 2014, and totaled EUR 20.66 billion at the end of June, the finance ministry has said.
BELGRADE -- Shareholders of Agrobanka have warned that even two years after the collapse of the bank their property has not been returned.
BELGRADE -- The number of the unemployed in Serbia totaled 778,577 people on May 31 this year, putting the registered jobless rate at 29.53 percent.
BELGRADE -- PM Aleksandar Vučić says Serbia "needs to start working and changing," and that his government "will not renounce reforms aimed at work and easier employment."
BELGRADE -- Serbian Economy Minister Dušan Vujović said on Friday that the budget review will be presented to MPs by September 15 at the latest and adopted the same week.
BELGRADE -- The Serbian government has decided to reduce toll charges for motorcycles by 50 percent.
BELGRADE -- National Bank of Serbia (NBS) Governor Jorgovanka Tabaković is "not worried" about the national currency reaching a historic low agaisnt the euro.
"NATO's Article 5 offers little protection against Vladimir Putin's Russia," Iulian Fota, Romania's presidential national security adviser, told me on a recent visit to Bucharest. "
"This visit is a signal that the government's efforts since 2012 have been rewarded, especially in the context of the dialogue with Kosovo, which was the decisive step. There is also the fight against corruption and an ambitious reform agenda,"
The statement of Clint Williamson, chief prosecutor of the Special Investigative Task Force set up by the European Union.