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KOSTOLAC - Serbia and China currently have joint projects worth 6 bln dollars, Serbian PM Ana Brnabic said in Kostolac, eastern Serbia, on Monday.
Brnabic laid the cornerstone for the new B3 unit of the Kostolac coal-fired power plant, the biggest investment in Serbia's energy sector in nearly three decades.
BELGRADE - Forcing Serbia to make "an artificial choice" between the West and Russia is impermissible, Valentina Matviyenko, chairwoman of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, told Serbian MPs on Monday, noting there was no force in the world that could destroy the friendship and cooperation between Russia and Serbia.
BELGRADE - Serbian First Deputy PM and FM Ivica Dacic met with US Ambassador to Belgrade Kyle Scott on Monday as part of regular bilateral consultations ahead of Dacic's trip to Washington.
While in Washington, Dacic will attend an Atlantic Council conference and have bilateral meetings with senior officials of the US administration.
BELGRADE - We want Serbia in the EU - on the EU path, it is decisive that Serbia continue to show commitment to the EU, as it has over the past years, says Italian Ambassador to Serbia Giuseppe Manzo.
Europe is "about Serbian citizens" and higher living standards for Serbian citizens, he said in an interview to Tanjug.
BELGRADE - Serbia is firmly committed to develop further its political relations with Russia, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said at a meeting with Valentina Matviyenko, chairwoman of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation.
They discussed bilateral ties, the situation in the region and an upcoming visit to Moscow by a Serbian delegation.
BELGRADE - The Serbian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday it remained committed to overcoming disagreements and enhancing bilateral relations with Ukraine despite the insistence by Ukraine's ambassador to Belgrade on the stance that Russia is using Serbia to create chaos and provoke a war in the Balkans.