Govt. asks parliament to hold session

BELGRADE -- The Serbian government on Friday in Belgrade sent a request to the country's parliament to hold an extraordinary session, it has been announced.

On the agenda should be 27 items, "mostly proposals to ratify international and other agreements and protocols", said government media office chief Milivoje Mihajlović.

The current extraordinary sitting of the Serbian parliament will end on February 29, after which the regular spring sitting will commence.