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Third round of talks with FCA Serbia begins

BELGRADE - A third round of talks between the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Serbia management and disgruntled workers began in the Serbian government building on Friday, the RTS reported.

No details have been released, but the talks are expected to be concluded soon as the two sides are understood to have good will to reach a deal.

Altiparmakov: We need IMF to cement good results

BELGRADE - The recommendation of the Fiscal Council is that Serbia enter into another arrangement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to cement the good and, in some segments, excellent results achieved, says Fiscal Council member Nikola Altiparmakov.

Red Star Belgrade knock Irtysh out to set up Sparta Prague clash

BELGRADE - Red Star Belgrade are through to the UEFA Europa League qualifiers third round after beating Kazakhstan's Irtysh Pavlodar 2-0 at home in Thursday's return leg of the second round.

Red Star and Irtysh drew 1-1 in Pavlodar last Thursday.

Chepurin: Serbian-Russian industrial park to open soon

BELGRADE - Russian Ambassador to Serbia Alexander Chepurin has announced bilateral industrial cooperation and establishment of a Russian-Serbian industrial park within a free economic zone in Serbia.

No Serbians among injured in Greece-Turkey quake - MFA

BELGRADE - There are no Serbian nationals among those injured in the earthquake that hit Greece and Turkey early Friday, the Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed to Tanjug.

"We maintain permanent contact with the embassies in Greece and Turkey and, according to information available so far, there are no Serbian nationals among the injured," the ministry said.

Dacic, Pinnington: Political dialogue at high level

BELGRADE - Serbian First Deputy PM and FM Ivica Dacic on Friday received a farewell visit from Canadian Ambassador to Belgrade Philip Pinnington, thanking him for his personal contribution to development of overall bilateral relations.

Serbia's credit risk lower than agencies suggest - Euromoney

LONDON - Serbia's risk score has improved by more than two points year-on-year in Euromoney's latest country risk survey to almost 44 points out of a maximum 100 as of Q2 2017.

The British financial magazine said this was the "highest tally since 2010."

Sofia Exarchou's Park takes Golden Tower Award at Palic

PALIC - Sofia Exarchou's film Park (Greece/Poland) has claimed the Golden Tower Best Film award at the 24th Palic European Film Festival, the jury announced on Friday.

The Palic Tower Best Director Award went to Germany's Helene Hegemann for Axolotl Overkill.