Vucic to meet with Tajani before Serbia-Italy business forum
BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic will meet with Italian Deputy PM and FM Antonio Tajani at Belgrade's Palace of Serbia on Tuesday.
After the meeting, Vucic and Tajani will attend a Serbia-Italy forum on business and scientific cooperation, the presidential press office announced in a statement.
Serbia and Kosovo Weren’t Desperate Enough for an Ohrid Breakthrough
Serbia would not give Kosovo diplomatic recognition, which its 2006 constitution excludes, but would be bound by an agreement not to try to represent Kosovo internationally, a de facto admission that it is a separate country, not a temporarily lost province.
Drecun: Progress made in Ohrid, traps of EU proposal avoided
BELGRADE - The head of the Serbian parliamentary committee on Kosovo-Metohija Milovan Drecun said on Monday an Ohrid agreement on an implementation plan in the Belgrade-Pristina talks averted the danger of Belgrade recognising the false state of Kosovo in any way and agreeing to its UN membership.
Vesic: Business forum opportunity to boost economic ties with Spain
BELGRADE - The good political ties between Serbia and Spain should be accompanied by better economic cooperation, and a business forum with Spanish companies is an opportunity for that, Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Goran Vesic said on Monday.
Dinar-to-euro exchange rate at RSD 117.3152
BELGRADE - The Serbian dinar's official median exchange rate against the euro is 117.3152 dinars for one euro on Monday, which is a slight change from Friday, the National Bank of Serbia said.
The dinar is steady against the euro m-o-m and up by 0.3 pct y-o-y.
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Vucic: Serbia ready to work on implementation up to its red lines
BELGRADE - In a public address following Saturday's round of the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue in Ohrid, North Macedonia, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said that, as everywhere else, he had spoken there about Serbia's red lines concerning its opposition to a recognition of the so-called Kosovo and the territory's admission to the UN.
Vucic: Some kind of agreement made, I did not sign anything, this was no D-Day
OHRID - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said in Ohrid, North Macedonia, on Saturday evening some kind of agreement had been made in a new round of Belgrade-Pristina dialogue and that he was pleased with that, and noted that he had not signed anything and that "this was no D-Day."
The meetings in Ohrid lasted 12 hours; "I said what are our red lines"
The meeting, which was called by the High Representative of the EU, Josep Borrell, and at which participation was confirmed by the president of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, and the Prime Minister of the temporary institutions in Pristina, will take place with the support of the Special Representative of the EU, Miroslav Lajcak.
Thousands in Belgrade protest against Western-backed Serbia-Kosovo deal
Several thousand people gathered in Belgrade to protest against a Western-backed deal to normalize ties between Kosovo and Serbia, which they view as recognition of Kosovo independence.
Borrell: All attention directed to Ohrid
In Skopje, after a meeting with Macedonian President Stevo Pendarovski, he thanked North Macedonia for its support in the normalization of relations between Belgrade and Pristina and expressed the hope that "the beautiful landscape of Ohrid will create the beautiful atmosphere needed to reach an agreement".
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