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BELGRADE - The 6th Belgrade Festival of European Literature will open at Dom Omladine Tuesday with A Wild Swan, an exhibition by world-renowned artist and illustrator Yuko Shimizu, the organiser, the Arhipelag publishing company, announced Monday.
Illustrator Branko Djukic will speak about Shimizu's works, inspired by a book of stories by Michael Cunningham.
BELGRADE - The Serbian economy is growing, but it must grow faster, the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission to Serbia James Roaf said ahead of a meeting with Serbian officials in Belgrade.
We are working on accelerating that growth, and on making it beneficial to the citizens, the RTS quoted Roaf as saying.
BELGRADE - PM-designate Ana Brnabic has said the next Serbian government would maintain absolute continuity with the previous one and that her goal would be to make all achievements sustainable.
In late Sunday's appearance on a TV Pink talk show, Brnabic said she had fully dedicated herself to writing her programme.
Brnabic: We will protect Serbian interests
BELGRADE - The dialogue with Pristina will resume once the governments in Belgrade and Pristina are elected, Serbia's Acting PM Ivica Dacic said on Monday.
In the past, the format of the dialogue has mostly been determined according to the post occupied by Hasim Taci in Pristina at the time, Dacic said.
BELGRADE - Serbia's Acting PM and Socialist Party of Serbia leader Ivica Dacic said on Monday he believed the new government would be elected by Friday.
I cannot wait for the new government to start working and turn to matters concerning everyday life and solving problems, he said.
Status of humanitarian centre to be resolved by next gov't
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- "Accelerated NATO admission procedure for FYROM" - report
- Two Chinese companies to come to Serbia in July