3 min ago
Macedonia 'won't have better friend than Serbia'
For that reason, the president noted that he "expects all remaining debatable issues to be solved as soon as possible."
14 hrs ago
Bidding for EU talks, Serbia swaps envoys with Kosovo
Serbia and its former province of Kosovo exchanged envoys on Monday for the first time since a 1998-99 war, a step loaded with symbolism for the Balkan neighbours as the European Union considers whether to set Belgrade on the path to membership.
14 hrs ago
UPDATE 1-UAE's Etihad mulls equity stake in Serbia's JAT Airways
The United Arab Emirates' Etihad Airways has signed a preliminary agreement with the Serbian government over a possible equity investment in the Balkan country's loss-making JAT Airways.
21 hrs ago
Montenegro and Kuwait discuss establishing a Joint Committee for Economic Cooperation
Montenegro's Finance Minister Dr Radoje Zugic met with the Ambassador of the State of Kuwait and the Republic of Serbia, non-resident Ambassador to Montenegro, Fawzi A. Al-Jasem.Interviewees were very positively evaluated the relations between the two countries and pointed... The first thing you need to do is choose a news reader, if you already ... (more)
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Vueiae expects green light, exact date on June 28
Aleksandar Vueiae has said that he believes Serbia will on June 28 get "not only a green light, but also a starting date for the EU membership talks."
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Former minister, Privatization Agency chief arrested
Six more persons have been detained in a corruption case concerning the privatization of the Port of Belgrade company.
Dinkiae wants 'consensus on economic reform'
Mladan Dinkiae has said that the Serbian economy needed serious reforms, and that as broad as possible social consensus was necessary for them to be successful.
's CSR achievements awarded
B92's corporate social responsibility efforts have been recognized with an award presented in a ceremony organized by Mass Media International.
Christian Science Monitor
Erdogan quiets Istanbul with softer tone, but calm is likely to be brief
Protesters hold hands to isolate an area for others to attend prayers in Taksim square, Friday.
State to divest stake in Telekom Srbija in September?
Serbian state-owned telco Telekom Srbija could be offered for sale this September, with a privatisation plan for the operator expected to be unveiled later this month, Broadband TV News reports.
World's largest manufacturer of car parts, US company Cooper...
One of the world's largest manufacturer of car parts, US company Cooper Standard, has purchased seven hectares of land in Sremska Mitrovica Serbia where it plans to build a production facility by the end of the year.Construction is slated to start at the end of June and... The first thing you need to do is choose a news reader, if you already don't ... (more)
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Public enterprises account for most losses
In 2012, companies in Serbia had losses adding up to RSD 63 billion, in which public enterprises had a share of higher than 45 billion.
No progress on Tuesday, technical dialogue continues
A second day of the Belgrade-Pristina technical dialogue on the implementation of the agreement on normalization begins in Brussels.
at ENGSO Seminar and General Assembly
ENGSO European Non-Governmental Sports Organisation held its 21st General Assembly in Belgrade, Serbia on June 7 and 8, 2013.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Nikoliae at Central Europe Summit in Bratislava
A Serbian delegation headed by President Tomislav Nikoliae will take part in a two-day Central Europe Summit in Bratislava which begins on Wednesday.
Serbia prepares for peak of Danube flood wave
Emergency flood defense measures were extended on June 11 to 60 more kilometers of land lining the Danube River in Serbia, Beta has reported.
President: Serbia and Russia are bound by - love
The friendship between Serbia and Russia is made of unbreakable ties that reach far into the past, and nobody can deny us this love, says Tomislav Nikoliae.
The Star Online
FIFA asks Serbia to help Kosovo's football development
FIFA president Sepp Blatter has asked Serbia to help develop soccer in its former southern province of Kosovo and has drawn up a plan to encourage the territory's youngsters to play the game.
Kosovo parliament seeks rights for Presevo Valley Albanians
Residents of Pristina held a demonstration in January in support of ethnic Albanians living in Serbia's Presevo Valley.
'Savings in public sector, no salary cuts'
Minister of Finance and Economy Mladan Dinkiae says that economic measures have been adjusted at the meeting of the ruling coalition on Tuesday.