Jovanovic: 99 pct of Serbian households to have high-speed Internet access by end-2025
BELGRADE - Serbian Minister of Information and Telecommunications Mihailo Jovanovic said on Wednesday 99 pct of Serbian households would have high-speed landline Internet access by the end of 2025.
Opening the Technobank conference in Belgrade, Jovanovic also said he expected the value of Serbia's IT exports to rise from the present 2.7 bln euros to 10 bln euros by 2030.
Vesic: Serbia, Hungary to have joint projects on Danube
BUDAPEST - Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Goran Vesic met with the president of the Western Balkans committee of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Attila Galambos, in Budapest on Wednesday.
They discussed a bilateral agreement under which Hungary has secured 80 mln euros for projects in Serbia.
Belgrade Mayor Files Defamation Lawsuits Against BIRN
Aleksandar Sapic, the mayor of the Serbian capital of Belgrade, has filed two separate defamation lawsuits against BIRN Serbia, its editor and journalists, claiming that their reporting damaged his reputation and caused him mental anguish.
Vucic: Challenges require unity, respect of international law
BELGRADE - The global challenges we are facing require unity, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said in an address at the online Summit for Democracy on Wednesday.
Vucic is attending the virtual summit at the invitation of US President Joseph Biden.
Putin will be "finished" by two men and both of them have ties to Serbia
The team that collected evidence of crimes in Ukraine, and on the basis of which an arrest warrant was issued for the Russian president, is headed by a man who is well known to Serbia.
Greek president concludes visit to Serbia
BELGRADE - Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou concluded a three-day visit to Serbia on Wednesday.
Serbian First Deputy PM and FM Ivica Dacic saw her off at Belgrade's Nikola Tesla airport.
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Kosovo Serb arrested at Jarinje administrative crossing
LEPOSAVIC - Serb Miljan Jovanovic, a former Kosovo police officer, has been arrested at the Jarinje administrative crossing, his wife Suzana told Tanjug on Wednesday.
Jovanovic, 44, was arrested by Pristina's police on Tuesday as he and his family were on their way home from Raska, central Serbia.
Details of the large police operation: 23 people were questioned
In the Special Department for Suppression of Corruption of the Higher Public Prosecutor's Office in Belgrade, 25 members of two related groups suspected of money laundering were questioned.
They are suspected of multiple tax frauds related to VAT refunds, which damaged the budget of the Republic of Serbia by more than 246 million dinars.
Sakellaropoulou: Policy on Kosovo ‘unchanged’
Greece's position on Kosovo remains "steady and unchanged," President Katerina Sakellaropoulou said as she concluded a two-day visit to Serbia on Tuesday.
Greece is one of the five EU countries that do not recognize Kosovo's unilateral declaration of independence.
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Much-Loved Theatre’s Eviction Threat Echoes Crisis in Serbian Arts
Instead of staging a show, the staff of Bosko Buha Theatre staged a protest out of fear they would be evicted from the building the theatre had occupied for several decades.