Vucic meets US official, starts "10 days of talks on Kosovo"

And these officials will be "mostly from the West," writes the newspaper Blic.

The daily recalls that Vucic "announced in the past days that he does not expect good news" - but was "preparing specially for the ten-day talks."

According to the article, Vucic will try to find a new way to "resolve the conflict with Kosovo" during these meetings.

Serbia, Macedonia to Tackle Flour Trade Dispute

Serbian Trade Minister Rasim Ljajic and Macedonian Agriculture Minister Ljupco Nikolovski will meet in Skoplje on Wednesday to discuss how to resolve an ongoing row over Serbian flour imports, the trade ministry in Belgrade confirmed to BIRN.

Previously Serbia had said it would impose counter-measures on Macedonia after Skopje adopted new procedures for imports of Serbian flour.

US denied Serbian army chief visa

Serbian Army Chief General Ljubisa Dikovic was not issued an American visa back in October, despite the timely submission of an application.

The N1 broadcaster said it was told this by the Ministry of Defense (MoD), which stressed that the American side is expected to provide an official explanation of the reasons, and the current status of the application.

Serbian Students Charged with Organising Anti-Vucic Rally

Serbia's Interior Ministry filed charges against students Pavle Terzic and Gavrilo Vucetic for allegedly organising one of a series of unlicensed and officially leaderless protests entitled 'Against the Dictatorship', which were staged after Aleksandar Vucic's victory in the April 2 presidential elections.

Serbia's Fears about Kosovo Joining Interpol 'Unfounded'

Kosovo's bid to join Interpol has caused fears in Serbia that international warrants could be issued for members of its security forces who participated in the 1999 Kosovo war, but watchdog NGOs say that the prosecution of suspected war criminals depends on political will in Serbia itself.