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Campaign to improve working conditions of journalists

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) said in a press release, that this state of affairs was documented by the European Commissions Enlargement package 2018 published in April 2018.

Serbia guest of honour at International Book Fair in Tehran

Minister of Culture and Media Vladan Vukosavljevic will speak at the opening of the Fair on 1 May, while "Days of Serbia" and the stand of the Republic of Serbia will be officially opened on May 2, the government announced on Friday.

Books by Milos Crnjanski, Ivo Andric, Mesa Selimovic, Danilo Kis, Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic, Dositej Obradovic and others authors will be presented.

Serbian Media Outlet Accuses Tax Office of Harassment

Juzne vesti editor Predrag Blagojevic has accused Serbia's taxation office of putting undue pressure on the media outlet because of its critial stance towards the government.

Romanian journalists with historical communities around Romania visit AGERPRES

Representatives of the Romanian language media with the historical communities around Romania visited on Wednesday the headquarters of the AGERPRES National News Agency on which occasion they were presented one of the most important projects of the agency launched this year, the "Great Union - Romania, at 100 years" documentary dedicated to the Centennial.

BBC launches Serbian service - B92.net one of partners

After seven years, BBC in Serbian has returned, this time in a digital edition on a special page on the BBC website, on Twitter @bbcnasrpskom, but also on our site - on this link.

BBC in Serbian is a part of the World Service, which offers content in 42 languages on the broadcaster's radio, television and digital platforms to an audience of 269 million on a weekly basis.

US "Special Package" on Kosovo issue

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs, Wess Mitchell during his visit to Pristina on Monday, refuted Serb media reports that the administration of the U.S. President Donald Trump has a specific plan on Serbia and Kosovo.

Kosovo Film to Celebrate Slain Guerrilla Leader Jashari

Twenty years after Kosovo Liberation Army commander Adem Jashari was killed in a gun battle, a feature film is to be made about his life - and it has already caused controversy in Serbia.

President Iohannis welcomes Serbian counterpart Vucic

President Klaus Iohannis on Thursday welcomed his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vucic, on an official visit to Bucharest, at Cotroceni Palace.

Iohannis greeted Vucic in the Cotroceni Palace Ceremony Hall, where the two national anthems were played after a review of the Guard of Honour.

Creative industry to make debut at "Serbian Davos"

BELGRADE - Serbia's creative industry will be featured at the March 4-7 25th Jubilee Kopaonik Business Forum in what will be its debut at the "Serbian Davos".

Ahead of the Belgrade premiere of Milos Bikovic's new film "Ice", the Serbian actor will make his first appearance at the Forum as part of a March 4 special event organised by the Digital Serbia initiative.

Sanja Ilic & Balkanika to represent Serbia at Eurosong

BELGRADE - Sanja Ilic & Balkanika won the Beovizija 2018 festival in Belgrade late Tuesday, qualifying to represent Serbia at the Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon in May.

Their song, titled New Children, fended off competition from 16 Beovizija finalists.

Photo: Youtube screenshot

Balkan Music Fans Cling to Homegrown Stars

At a time when Latin pop hits like "Havana" and "Criminal" battle with Britpop love song "Perfect" for world dominance on YouTube, audiences in most [but not all] parts of the Balkans still prefer their own musical traditions despite the advance of a global pop music culture.

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