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BELGRADE - Serbia's top-ranked male tennis player Novak Djokovic is almost certain to miss the US Open due to an elbow injury, Zdenko Milinkovic, a physician with the Serbia national team, has told the Sportski zurnal daily.
Milinkovic, who is also an orthopaedic surgeon, has examined Djokovic, and says the player is set to be sidelined for six to twelve weeks.
BELGRADE - The Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Serbia management and a strike committee have reached a deal on conditions for continued work at the company's Kragujevac plant, which includes a 9 pct salary increase.
The strike committee accepted in principle an offer of a salary increase, the Confederation of Autonomous Trade Unions of Serbia confirmed to Tanjug on Monday.
STRASBOURG - The nomination of Ana Brnabic, an openly LGBT woman, as Serbian PM reflects Serbia's intent to defeat prejudice, encourage a new vision of a changing world and strive for better alignment with Council of Europe standards and values, co-rapporteurs of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) said after completing a monitoring mission in Serbia, Italy's ANSA news ag
BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic will pay an official visit to Rome on Tuesday to meet with Italy's top officials, President Sergio Mattarella and PM Paolo Gentiloni.
It has been announced that they will discuss Serbian-Italian bilateral relations, the situation in the region and Italy's support for Serbia's European path.
BELGRADE - A memorandum of understanding signed on Monday by the Serbian government and the company Rio Tinto should enable the implementation of the Jadar project, a lithium exploration effort near Loznica, western Serbia.
The world-class lithium-borate deposit, estimated at 200 million tonnes, will be able to generate over 10 percent of the global lithium output.
BELGRADE - Funding is the biggest reason why the Russian-Serbian Humanitarian Centre (RSHC) in Nis needs diplomatic status as the money that now goes to taxes on equipment could be invested into purchases of new equipment, says RSHC co-director Bojan Glamoclija.
Russia remains willing to help us with this, he told Pink TV Tuesday.
BELGRADE - The Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Serbia management and workers on Tuesday signed an agreement formalising a deal on conditions for continued work at the company's Kragujevac plant.
The deal will ensure a continuation of the production of Fiat's 500L model and a resumption of dialogue between the company and trade unions.
ROME - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Tuesday he would initiate a trilateral meeting of Serbia, Italy and Albania that would be aimed at forging closer ties and at participation in joint projects.
Concluding an official visit to Rome, Vucic told reporters he would discuss the idea with Albanian PM Edi Rama first.