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BELGRADE - Serbian First Deputy prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic is participating in the 9th Croatia Forum 2014 which began in Dubrovnik on Thursday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs released.
The topic of this year's Forum is 'European Integration of the Western Balkans: State of Play.'
A US private equity fund, a Russian millionaire and a Bulgarian entrepreneur are showing their interest in Hypo Alpe Adria bank's subsidiaries, an Austrian daily argues.
Hypo Alpe Adria is to sell its branches across Southeast Europe, namely in Serbia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina, the countries where it is present.
BUJANOVAC - Base South in Bujanovac, southern Serbia, will become an international training centre for soldiers from around the world for participation in peacekeeping operations, Defence Minister Bratislav Gasic and U.S. Ambassador in Serbia Michael Kirby announced on Thursday, attending the Platinum Wolf 2014 exercise.
EU commissioner in "surprise visit" to Belgrade
BELGRADE -- EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fule will arrive here on Wednesday evening, and his visit will be unofficial, B92 has learned.
Fule will stop in Belgrade on his way to Kotor, Montenegro, where an informal meeting of Western Balkans foreign ministers will be held on Thursday.
Switzerland is to ban imports of live pigs and pork from several EU countries, including Bulgaria, in a bid to stop an African swine fever outbreak from reaching the country.
Imports from Bulgaria and Romania and some parts of Latvia and Croatia will be banned as of Wednesday, Swiss food safety authorities said on Tuesday.
Croatia expecting 1.5 billion-euro tourism project
BELGRADE - MP Vyacheslav Tetyokin of the Russian State Duma called for release of leader of the Serbian Radical Party (SRS) Vojislav Seselj from his detention unit in The Hague, SRS released.
According to the release, at the initiative launched by communist MPs, Tetyokin sent a letter of encouragement to Seselj as one of the most famous political prisoners in Europe.