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Brnabic: Human resources Serbia's biggest potential

BELGRADE - The government's goal is for Serbia to have a professional, efficient and kind public administration at national and local level, PM Ana Brnabic said on Monday, noting that human resources were the country's biggest strength and potential.

Vucic: No UN seat for Kosovo

ZAGUBICA - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said Monday he still "would not bet" on Kosovo becoming a UN member state.

"I am almost certain a membership is not going to happen," Vucic told reporters in Zagubica, eastern Serbia, where he attended the opening of a reconstructed road.

Vucic: Europe's fate depends on Merkel, Macron

Vucic: No second-class citizens in Serbia

ZAGUBICA - Construction of modern roads across the country will be continued, which shows there are no first- and second-class citizens in Serbia, President Aleksandar Vucic said Monday in Zagubica, eastern Serbia, as a reconstructed road connecting the town with Krepojin was opened to traffic.

Dacic meets with Snezana Samardzic Markovic

BELGRADE - Serbian First Deputy PM and FM Ivica Dacic on Monday spoke with Snezana Samardzic-Markovic, the Council of Europe (CoE) Director General of Democracy, who is on an official visit to Serbia.

Dacic and Samardzic Markovic discussed Serbia's cooperation with the CoE.

Kustendorf among 25 "Coolest Film Festivals in the World"

BELGRADE - The Kustendorf International Film and Music Festival has been named one of the 25 "Coolest Film Festivals in the World" by the US-based Moviemaker portal for the second time.

"At Kustendorf, time stops. You are absorbed with watching incredible international films, partying relentlessly, and listening to film masters tell their stories," Moviemaker said.

Vulin: Serbia pursuing policy of military neutrality

MOSCOW - Serbia is pursuing a policy of military neutrality and has no intention of becoming a member of either the Collective Security Treaty Organisation (CSTO) or NATO, but has a "great desire" to deepen its cooperation with CSTO and all its members, Serbian Defence Minister Aleksandar Vulin said on Monday.

Pacoli to meet with Hahn, Mogherini in Brussels

BRUSSELS - Kosovo Deputy PM Bedzet Pacoli will be visiting Brussels at the end of the week to speak with EU enlargement commissioner Johannes Hahn and foreign policy and security chief Federica Mogherini.

Tanjug's sources in the European Commission say the meetings would mostly focus on the EU's relations with Kosovo, visa liberalisation and the dialogue with Belgrade.