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Vucic receives Italy's Tremonti

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic met on Tuesday in Belgrade with Giulio Tremonti, chairman of the foreign affairs committee of Italy's House of Representatives, and an Italian delegation and said Serbia appreciated Italy's support for its EU membership.

In a post on his buducnostsrbijeav Instagram account, Vucic wrote the meeting had been "excellent."

Belgrade city assembly passes 2024 budget bill

BELGRADE - The Belgrade City Assembly passed the 2024 budget bill on Monday.

The new budget, totalling over 173 bln dinars, was passed with 60 votes in favour and 18 against.

Belgrade city assembly passes 2024 budget

BELGRADE - The Belgrade City Assembly passed the 2024 budget bill on Monday.

The new budget, totalling over 173 bln dinars, was passed with 60 votes in favour and 18 against.

European Health Insurance Card: Your Key to Medical Care Across Europe

The European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) provides individuals with access to emergency and urgent medical or dental care while traveling for tourism, study, or work. It is valid across all European Union member countries, as well as in Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Serbia, and North Macedonia.

Serbian government appoints Orlic BIA director

BELGRADE - The Serbian government decided on Thursday to appoint Vladimir Orlic director of the Security Information Agency (BIA).

Orlic's appointment was approved by the National Security Council on Wednesday at a session chaired by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.

Serbia registers 29.5 bln dinar budget deficit in January-April

BELGRADE - Between January and April this year, Serbia registered a 29.5 bln dinar budget deficit, which is 41.4 bln dinars better than a planned 70.9 bln deficit.

Revenues totalled 668.8 bln dinars while expenditures stood at 698.3 bln dinars.

According to figures released by the Ministry of Finance, a 9.8 bln dinar deficit was registered in April alone.

Vucic receives Serbian patriarch, bishops and Dodik

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic hosted a lunch for Serbian Patriarch Porfirije, the Holy Assembly of Bishops of the Serbian Orthodox Church and Republika Srpska President Milorad Dodik on Friday to thank them for their assistance in the fight against the adoption of a UN General Assembly resolution on Srebrenica.

UNGA session on Srebrenica scheduled for May 23

NEW YORK - A UN General Assembly session on a draft resolution on Srebrenica has been scheduled for May 23, according to the UNGA website.

After two postponements, a debate on the draft was due to be held on Wednesday but has meanwhile been postponed again for another week.

Becic re-elected head of parliamentary body overseeing Serbian security services

BELGRADE - Igor Becic from the Aleksandar Vucic - Serbia Must Not Stop group in the Serbian parliament was on Friday elected chairman of the parliamentary committee overseeing Serbia's security services.

Becic held the post in the previous two parliaments.

Vladan Zagradjanin from the Ivica Dacic - Socialist Party of Serbia was elected deputy chairman.

Serbia registers 19.7 bln dinar budget deficit in January-March

BELGRADE - Between January and March this year, Serbia registered a 19.7 bln dinar budget deficit, which is 43.7 bln dinars better than a planned 63.4 bln deficit.

Revenues totalled 483.5 bln dinars while expenditures stood at 503.2 bln dinars.

According to figures released by the Ministry of Finance this week, a 25 bln dinar deficit was registered in March alone.

Household chores still ‘women’s work’ in Greece

Household chores and looking after children are purely "women's work" in Greece, Italy and Romania compared to other European countries, according to a survey by the Center of Demographic Studies of Barcelona.

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