BELGRADE -- The European Union backed the Serbian Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development with a EUR 30 million donation.
BRATISLAVA -- Full EU membership is the key foreign policy priority for Serbia, and the vision of a common European future is a vision shared by all the Western Balkans.
BELGRADE -- Serbian and Macedonian presidents Tomislav Nikolić and Gjorge Ivanov said their countries "should upgrade and intensify ties in all ares of joint interest."
SKOPJE -- Two projectiles that hit the government building in Skopje earlier this week were likely fired from an RPG launcher, the local media said citing expert sources.
BELGRADE -- Foreign shareholders of the former Agrobanka said in a statement that their issue was "among the most important" when Aleksandar Vučić was recently interviewed.
BELGRADE, BRUSSELS -- Instead of introducing legal standards of their countries to Kosovo, international prosecutors and judges serving there "have adopted local ways."
MOSCOW -- Serbia is not attempting to balance between its EU ambitions and its close ties with Russia, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić has said.
PRAGUE -- Aleksandar Vučić said in Prague on Friday that full EU membership is Serbia's strategic goal, while "along that path" Serbia wants to revive its economy,
BELGRADE -- Russian President Vladimir Putin has decided to cut gas deliveries to Serbia by 28 percent, writes the Belgrade-based daily Danas.
BELGRADE -- The Trilateral Commission is holding a regional meeting of its European group in Belgrade from Friday until Sunday.
BELGRADE -- Serbia's Privatization Agency has invited all interested parties to submit letters of interest for the privatization of Železara Smederevo steel mill.
KOSOVSKA MITROVICA -- Two masked perpetrators attacked 35-year-old Serb Časlav Ilicć from Kosovska Mitrovica on Friday morning, stabbing him several times in the stomach.
BELGRADE -- U.S. President Barack Obama has thanked Aleksandar Vučić "for Serbia's support to the international coalition against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant."
BELGRADE -- Over the past seven years Serbia issued 107,000 personal identification documents to Roma citizens, but some are still "legally invisible."
BELGRADE -- Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dačić met with German Ambassador to Serbia Heinz Wilhelm in Belgrade on Thursday.
ŠID -- PM Aleksandar Vučić and head of the EU delegation to Serbia Michael Davenport visited on Thursday the village of Jamena, in northwest Serbia.
PRIŠTINA -- EULEX chief Gabriele Meucci says that the anti-corruption efforts of the EU mission in Kosovo are being conducted according to the law.
BELGRADE -- Kosovo President Atifete Jahjaga will not be traveling to Belgrade this weekend, B92 has learned.
ĐAKOVICA -- Đakovica Mayor Mimoza Kusari Lila has said that the decision to demolish five Serb houses was made "in order to protect the safety of the citizens."
BELGRADE -- In his indictment against Oliver Ivanović, EULEX Special Prosecutor Cezari Mihalcuk "falsified statements from a letter of the Serbian MUP," writes a daily.
"In crafting our new federal kingdom, we will have a lot of international experience to draw on. One of the many peculiarities of Britain is that, while repeatedly spurning federalism, it has both left behind numerous federations across the English-speaking
"We can disagree over the status (of Kosovo) for the next 200 years, but that does not mean that we should hate each other, that we should not do business with each other."
On the occasion of International Day to End Impunity (IDEI), marked on November 2, the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has published, as part of a global campaign to combat impunity, a special report entitled "The Road to Justice."