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Vucevic meets with AIPAC representatives

BELGRADE - Serbia highly appreciates the cooperation with the US, Serbian Deputy PM and Defence Minister Milos Vucevic said at a meeting with American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) representatives in Belgrade on Thursday.

The AIPAC delegation was headed by the organisation's President Michael Tuchin.

Greece features at Serbia’s tourism fair

Serbia's 45th International Tourism Fair kicked off on Wednesday with over 400 exhibitors from 27 countries, featuring Greece as the partner nation.

Brnabic: Gov't ready to cooperate with ODIHR, int'l probe would be loss of sovereignty

DESPOTOVAC - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic said on Wednesday her government was absolutely ready to continue its quality and constructive cooperation with ODIHR and find a way to meet the organisation's recommendations but that an international inquiry into the December Serbian elections would be a direct breach of sovereignty that no country would allow.

Drecun: Kurti creating obstacles in dialogue through unilateral moves

BELGRADE - The outgoing chairman of Serbia's parliamentary committee on Kosovo-Metohija Milovan Drecun said on Wednesday Pristina's PM Albin Kurti was constantly creating obstacles in the dialogue with Belgrade through unilateral moves aimed against the survival of Serbs in Kosovo-Metohija.

Dacic: SPS supports establishment of movement

BELGRADE - Serbian First Deputy PM and FM Ivica Dacic said on Tuesday his Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) supported the establishment of a movement that would unify the activities of Serbia's ruling coalition and all other patriotic parties.

Djuric: We have exposed Kurti's disinformation systematically

WASHINGTON - Serbia's outgoing ambassador to the US Marko Djuric said on Tuesday Pristina's PM Albin Kurti had developed an "imposing capacity" for spreading disinformation about Kosovo-Metohija in the international community and that Serbia had approached that systematically and that it had a responsibility to expose that with facts and through developing capacities to fight disinformation.

Serbia Stands Firm: Refuses to Impose Sanctions on Russia Despite Western Pressure

In a resolute stance against mounting Western pressure, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has affirmed Serbia's commitment to maintaining an independent foreign policy, particularly regarding its refusal to impose sanctions on Russia. Speaking in an interview with TASS, Vucic emphasized Serbia's solidarity with Russia, citing historical ties and shared experiences.

Vučić revealed whether Serbia intends to impose sanctions on Russia

"We are not boasting off or anything like that, but as you can see, my answer will continue to be that we will try to defend our position as long as possible. We managed to do that for two years. Whether we will continue to do that - I don't know, but I hope so'', said Vui in an interview with TASS Director General Andrey Kondrashov.

Brnabic: I see no victory in postponement of Belgrade city assembly session

NIS - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic said on Monday she saw no victory in a postponement of the constitutive session of the Belgrade city assembly as the opposition had merely wasted the people's time.

Earlier in the day, the session was postponed until March 1 due to a lack of quorum.

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