BELGRADE -- Ivica Dačić has said that an agreement on a plan for the implementation of the Brussels deal will be needed for Serbia to get a date for the start of EU talks.
BELGRADE -- Serbia’s First Deputy PM Aleksandar Vučić says that German FM Guido Westerwelle could say during his visit that he expects the implementation plan to be signed.
BELGRADE -- Germany should understand that it is no use trying to blackmail us into slitting our wrists or committing suicide, Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić says.
BRUSSELS -- The meeting of working groups of Belgrade and Priština on issues connected to energy and telecommunications ended on Friday without an agreement.
BELGRADE -- President Tomislav Nikolić said on Friday in Belgrade that a new chapter has been opened in relations between Serbia and Belarus.
BELGRADE -- Serbian parliament's Administrative Committee has fined two MPs of the Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS) who were issued warnings at a debate on April 26.
WASHINGTON -- Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dačić has said he had good talks on economic and political topics during his visit to the U.S.
BELGRADE -- The Mining, Metallurgical and Chemical Combine Trepča and U.S. consortium New Generation Power (NGP) have signed a contract on technical business cooperation.
BELGRADE -- A Chinese delegation will visit Belgrade on Friday concerning the creation of a feasibility study for the Danube-Morava-Vardar ship canal.
BELGRADE -- If the talks on Kosovo fail because of Pristina's obstructions, other exit strategies should be considered, even returning the talks under the UN auspices.
BELGRADE -- Prime Minister Ivica Dačić said on Friday that the government's economic policy is aimed improving the living standard.
BELGRADE -- The First Basic Court in Belgrade has sentenced MUP driver Saša Pejović to eight months imprisonment, suspended for two years.
BELGRADE -- LGBT rights organizations staged an action in a park in central Belgrade Friday to mark International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, May 17.
BELGRADE -- The winner of Beta's 10th Photo of the Year contest is Belgrade weekly NIN's photojournalist Andrej Isaković, for his photograph entitled, "Mr. President."
BELGRADE -- German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle will start a visit to Belgrade on Sunday, with a working dinner with Serbia's First DeputyPM Aleksandar Vučić.
BELGRADE -- Germany’s Bundestag will decide on a date for the start of Serbia’s EU accession talks at the last minute, daily Večernje novosti has reported.
BRUSSELS -- The talks between teams of Belgrade and Pristina on telecommunications and energy ended in Brussels without an agreement after more than four hours.
BELGRADE -- Belgrade deserves a better ruling majority, not arrogant spenders and I believe this will change, Serb Progressive Party official Zorana Mihajlović says.
BANJA LUKA, PODGORICA -- SPC Metropolitan Amfilohije has commented on his address during a recent rally in Belgrade, to say that he "could not have done otherwise."
SARAJEVO -- Last night’s rain in Bosnia-Herzegovina was mixed with the Saharan sand and it was yellow, causing dust stains on vehicles and houses.
BOSTON -- President of the UN General Assembly Vuk Jeremić has said that the United Nations "must change."
"One feels sympathy for U.S. President Barack Obama. Whatever he does in Syria, he is doomed. Had he intervened a year ago, as many pundits demanded, he might presently be in the midst of a quagmire..."
"We did not reach an agreement and it is obvious that there is no will to hold the referendum, because, I think it is clear to everyone how the people and the citizens would declare themselves..."
Joint report to the European Parliament and the Council, submitted by the European Commission and the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy.