BELGRADE -- Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dačić will begin his four-day South American tour on Tuesday, during which he will visit Argentina and Chile.
ABU DHABI -- Serbia has neglected its old friendships for some time, but now these friendships are being renewed and strengthened, Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić says.
BELGRADE -- MPs completed on Monday a debate on a bill on the employment of foreigners after two hours, to which all parliamentary parties signaled support.
BELGRADE -- The military exercise Platinum Wolf 2015 is underway in the Serbian Army (VS) Base Jug ("South") near the town of Bujanovac, in southern Serbia.
BELGRADE -- "No one can order Serbia how to behave, telling it on whom, when and how to impose sanctions," Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić said on Saturday.
BELGRADE -- Vojislav Šešelj is "a hot topic" in Croatia because of the election campaign there, Ivica Dačić has said.
BELGRADE -- Serbia understands well its obligations in the EU integration process and will continue to harmonize its positions with the EU.
BELGRADE -- Serbia, as a military neutral country, is developing partnerships in East and West based on mutual respect and interest, says Defense Minister Bratislav Gašić.
BELGRADE -- Numerous opportunities for cooperation with the European Defense Agency (EDA) are opening up to Serbia, EDA Executive Director Claude-France Arnold has said.
BELGRADE -- Ivica Dačić has stressed there would be no revision of a peace deal that ended the Bosnian war "without the consent of all who participated in reaching it."
BELGRADE -- Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić says Serbia bears no responsibility for the statements made by the leader of the Radicals (SRS) and Hague indictee Vojislav Šešelj.
BELGRADE -- The tier 2 certificate of Serbia's full capability in the NATO codification system for tasks of codifying arms and military equipment has been signed.
BELGRADE -- EU's Johannes Hahn has said that Serbia is on the right track and that he wants to support its efforts to promote its economy and economic development.
BELGRADE -- Opening one of the 35 chapters of EU accession talks as soon as possible is of great importance to supporting the reform process in Serbia, Ivica Dačić says.
BELGRADE -- Minister Jadranka Joksimović told B92 on Thursday that EU Commissioner Johannes Hahn "set no ultimatums before Serbia."
BELGRADE -- President Tomislav Nikolić has said Serbia "will not impose sanctions on Russia at this moment," but that EU membership will mean "a common foreign policy."
PRIŠTINA -- Six months after elections followed by a political deadlock "Kosovo will very soon get a new government," the local media in Priština are reporting on Thursday.
BELGRADE -- Relations between Serbia and North Korea are "traditionally good but there is major potential for their further improvement."
BELGRADE -- The cooperation between Serbia and Hungary has improved significantly - best evident in the fact the two countries achieved a record level of trade last year.
"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."