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Antibiotice's business turnover advances 11pct in H1 2021

The Iasi-based Antibiotice pharmaceuticals company has reported an H1 2021 business turnover of 163.39 million lei, up 11% from 2020, according to a company's press statement released on Monday. From its H1 2021 revenues, the company paid the public healthcare system 13.5 million lei in the clawback tax, which influenced the profitability rate.

Serbia’s Narcissistic President Loves Giving Medals – to Himself

The Covid-19 epidemic also worked out for Vucic, he did not deliver the awards to the laureates at the same time, but in smaller groups and on different days. Thus, TV viewers in Serbia could watch the soap opera "The President Presents the Order" for weeks.

Prominent Yugoslav-era Journalist Gordana Susa Dies

Prominent Serbian journalist Gordana Susa, who quit TV Belgrade in 1991 over its shift to uncritical support of Slobodan Milosevic and was a founding member of the Independent Journalists' Association of Serbia, NUNS, has died after a long illness, NUNS announced on Tuesday. She was 75 years old.

Upcoming Cannes Festival Recognises Balkan Film Talent

Reflecting the quality of filmmaking in the Balkans in recent years, three films from the region are up for prizes in Cannes in July.

In the short film category, Severen Pol [North Pole], a co-production between North Macedonia and Serbia, and Pa Vend [Displaced] from Kosovo are among a total of 10 films shortlisted from 3,739 reviewed.

Gordana Suša passed away

After graduating from the Faculty of Political Sciences, she has been involved in journalism since 1970. She worked as reporter and editor in Radio Belgrade, Television Belgrade, Yutel, VIN production respectivelly, the media report.
She wrote for Naa borba, Osloboenje, Nezavisne, Blic… She also worked as an editor at the Radio Television of Serbia.

Romania to donate COVID-19 vaccines to Ukraine, Serbia

Romania will donate 100,800 doses of COVID-19 vaccine to Ukraine and 50,400 doses to Serbia, senior official with the Romanian Health Ministry Monica Althamer announced on Wednesday at the end of a government meeting. "A government decision on humanitarian aid, COVID-19 vaccine doses, to Ukraine and Serbia has been approved today.

N1’s Slovenian news portal launched

Ljubljana – A news portal under the N1 brand was launched in Slovenia on Wednesday by United Media. The portal will be managed by Adria News, a company established for this purpose, which is headed by Katja Šeruga, who is also the editor-in-chief of the portal.

Bosnian War Prisoners’ Complaint about Serbian TV Show ‘Dismissed’

Former detainee Fikret Alic with a copy of Time magazine from 1992 depicting him in a Bosnian Serb wartime camp. Photo: EPA-EFE/Freek van den Bergh.

The former detainees had complained that untruths about the Serb-run camps were aired on the Happy TV show 'Good Morning, Serbia' in February this year, belittling their suffering.

Romanian Foresters Association to issue "Romanian Wood" trademark to relevant companies

The Romanian Foresters Association (ASFOR) has registered at the State Office for Inventions and Trademarks (OSIM) the "Romanian Wood" trademark, which aims to capitalize on wood products from Romania, only from sustainable-managed forests, operated by Romanian companies and capitalized on transparently.

Four Balkan Countries Eye Eurovision Crown

Albania, Bulgaria, Greece and Serbia have all qualified for the final of the 65th Eurovision Song Contest, to be held on Saturday, May 22, 2021 in Rotterdam. Some 26 countries made it to the final in total.

Turkish film wins in Belgrade festival

Ercan Kesal's film "Nasipse Adayız" (You Know Him), which made its world premiere at the Rotterdam Film Festival, has received the "Best First Film Award" at the Belgrade International Film Festival.

The Turkey-Serbia co-production can now be watched on Netflix.

Serbia’s Ruling Party is Rewriting World War II History

On May 8 and 9, Serbia celebrated Victory Day in World War II with a series of events around Belgrade including wreath-laying ceremonies, concerts, film screenings, fireworks and the livestreaming of a military parade in Moscow.

As well as the victory over fascism, Serbian officials celebrated their alliance with Russia, the co-organiser of the festivities.

Sapic: I am aware... VIDEO

As a guest on the morning program of TV Prva, api stated that he is aware that the party he created will disappear one day, when he unites with the SNS, but that he is not afraid of that.
"Serbian Patriotic Alliance (SPAS) was not created to be my private company," said Sapic, adding that the party was founded with the goal of doing something.

BIRN Reports Nominated for Prestigious Serbian Investigative Awards

Investigations produced by nine BIRN journalists exposing alleged corruption, nepotism and malpractice within local government as well as the concealment of data about the COVID-19 death toll in Serbia have been shortlisted for the Dejan Anastasijevic Investigative Journalism Award in the online media and print media categories, the Independent Association of Journalists in Serbia, NUNS, announ