BELGRADE -- Prime Minister Ivica Dačić has said that the wiretapping affair cannot destabilize the government because none of its members are involved in it.
BELGRADE -- First Deputy PM Aleksandar Vučić said Sunday he would not rule out a possibility of getting a conditional date for the start of EU accession talks in December.
BELGRADE -- Outlines of the Serbian platform for the dialogue with Priština will be revealed in a few weeks, Energy Minister Zorana Mihajlović said on Saturday.
BELGRADE -- Justice Minister Nikola Selaković has said that tycoons and those who illegally obtained wealth will be affected the most by a new law on the origin of assets.
BELGRADE -- Serbia’s Deputy PM Rasim Ljajić has said that Belgrade should look for a sustainable solution for Kosovo and that it certainly will not recognize Kosovo.
BELGRADE -- The Democratic Party (DS) is holding a Main Board session on Sunday in Belgrade to prepare for the upcoming party elections.
BELGRADE -- Serbia’s Foreign Minister Ivan Mrkić will visit Czech Republic on Sunday and Monday where he will meet with Czech officials.
PRIŠTINA -- Kosovo’s PM Hashim Thaci has stated the autonomy for northern Kosovo is “just an old dream of Serbia’s that will never come true”.
BELGRADE -- Six persons, five of whom are road workers, were injured in a car accident on Belgrade’s Gazela Bridge around 1:00 CET on Sunday.
PODGORICA -- Montenegrin opposition has announced that it will not allow that parliament’s constitutive session on November 6 begin with the national anthem.
PRAGUE -- Serbian female national tennis team lost 3:1 to Czech Republic in the Fed Cup final on Sunday in Prague.
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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.