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17. March 2017

Pristina's decision to seize property declared null and void

PM Aleksandar Vucic said on Friday that the government adopted a decision declaring Pristina's decree on taking over Serbian property in Kosovo null …
17. March 2017

"Vucic only met with Dodik because he took pity on him"

Dragan Mektic says the meeting on Thursday between Serbian PM Aleksandar Vucic and RS President Milorad Dodik "lasted only 16 minutes." Mektic - …
17. March 2017

March 2004 pogrom of Serbs in Kosovo remembered in schools

The first class in schools across Serbia today was dedicated to the March 17, 2004 anti-Serb violence in Kosovo, known in Serbia as "the March …
17. March 2017

Kiev angry at Belgrade over Assembly members' Crimea trip

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine has condemned the visit of a group of Serbian Assembly members ("people's deputies") to Crimea. Kiev also …
16. March 2017

"End Kosovo army initiative, or face potential consequences"

US Ambassador in Pristina Greg Delawie has expressly asked Kosovo authorities to suspend the initiative to establish a Kosovo army, Beta …
16. March 2017

Serbia looks to boost political, economic ties with Vietnam

First Deputy PM Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic spoke on Thursday with Ambassador of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam to Serbia Tran Tan …
16. March 2017

Russia: Pristina's army plans "extremely dangerous"

Pristina's intention to create an army in Kosovo is "an extremely dangerous step for stability in the Balkans." Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman …
16. March 2017

Serbian PM addresses regional summit in Sarajevo

It's good that regional heads of governments will adopt another declaration at the W. Balkans summit, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said on …
16. March 2017

Water salute as first AtlasGlobal plane lands in Belgrade

The first aircraft of the Turkish airline AtlasGlobal landed at Belgrade's Nikola Tesla International Airport late on Wednesday. The carrier will …
16. March 2017

Western Balkan PMs begin Sarajevo meeting

Western Balkan PMs on Thursday began a meeting in Sarajevo as part of preparations for the upcoming 4th Berlin Process Summit in Trieste in …

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