Bosnia and Herzegovina


Vucic: I do not understand why US, Germany want Srebrenica resolution

MOSTAR - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, on Tuesday he did not understand why countries like Germany and the US wanted a Srebrenica resolution passed in the UN as it was "deeply divisive for peoples in the Balkans" and taking them back to the past.

Vucic, Lajcak discuss developments in Kosovo-Metohija, position of Serbs

MOSTAR - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Tuesday he had had another open and concrete discussion with the EU special envoy for the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue Miroslav Lajcak about growing challenges that were ahead, the position of the Serbs, developments in Kosovo-Metohija and the shrinking space for resolving outstanding issues through constructive dialogue and respect of internati

One-Fifth of Bulgarians Believe COVID-19 Threat was Exaggerated

Data from a recent global poll conducted by the world association "Gallup International" represent the diverse perceptions surrounding the threat posed by the coronavirus pandemic. The survey, conducted between October and December 2023 across 44 countries, revealed that nearly half of the respondents, totaling 45%, believe that the threat of the coronavirus has been exaggerated.

Mali: Vucic has written to European leaders over Pristina's CoE admission

BELGRADE - Serbian Finance Minister Sinisa Mali said on Friday President Aleksandar Vucic had written to European leaders in the morning over the so-called Kosovo's potential admission to the Council of Europe (CoE), and said that showed Serbia would not surrender.

Vucic: I will write to UNGA president over procedural violations

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Thursday evening he had spoken with the UN General Assembly president and that he would send a letter to him via a special envoy on Monday to request that all procedural breaches regarding a Srebrenica resolution be considered thoroughly.