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Vucic: Time for Pristina to meet its commitments

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, who met with the EU special envoy for the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue Miroslav Lajcak and US special Western Balkans envoy Gabriel Escobar in Belgrade on Tuesday evening, said he wanted to believe the part of the international community that had the biggest influence on Pristina also had the mechanisms that could lead to commitments undertaken and s

Orlic receives Poland's Fogiel

BELGRADE - Serbian Parliament Speaker Vladimir Orlic received the head of the Polish parliamentary committee on foreign affairs Radoslaw Fogiel on Tuesday.

Orlic noted that Serbia was committed to deepen its cooperation with Poland in the economy, infrastructure and other areas but that preserving peace and stability was the main precondition for that.

Montenegro Urged to Probe Crypto Fugitive’s Ties with Party Leader

Montenegrin police escort South Korean cryptocurrency mogul Do Kwon in Podgorica. Photo: EPA-EFE/Boris Pejovic

Media reported on Monday that Do Kwon sent a letter to Abazovic, outgoing Justice Minister Marko Kovac and the Special State Prosecution, claiming that he financed Europe Now.

Lajcak: Three demands for Kurti

The EU special envoy for dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, Miroslav Lajak, said tonight that he and the US special envoy for the Western Balkans, Gabriel Escobar, asked the prime minister of the temporary institutions of Pristina, Albin Kurti, to calm down the situation in northern Kosovo, hold new elections and return to dialogue.

Saudi Arabia slashes output further to boost oil price

Riyadh on June 4 announced a fresh oil output cut following a meeting of major producers aiming to prop up prices despite fears of a recession.

The meeting of the 13-member Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) headed by Saudi Arabia and its 10 partners, led by Russia, saw some tough negotiations.