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BELGRADE - Serbian First Deputy PM and FM Ivica Dacic met with US State Department Counsellor Derek Chollet on Thursday, noting Serbia's strategic commitment to advancement of all forms of cooperation with the US.
He also said the two countries and peoples should continue to recall their historical alliance in order to strengthen bilateral relations further.
In almost identical announcements, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Prosecutor's Office announced that they had broken up a cryptocurrency fraud network that operated from Bulgaria, Cyprus and Serbia, indicating that the actions in the past few days were in compliance with a European Investigation Order issued by Germany.
BELGRADE - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic met with US State Department Counsellor Derek Chollet in Belgrade on Thursday.
Brnabic thanked the US for its open and constructive approach to open issues in the region and, in particular, for its constructive role in maintaining peace in the region, the Serbian government said in a statement released after the meeting.
BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on Thursday hosted a working luncheon for US State Department Counsellor Derek Chollet, who noted that the US was pushing for focus on an agenda under which Belgrade and Pristina must turn to discussions about a so-called French-German proposal for resolving the Kosovo-Metohija crisis as well as to swift establishment of a Community of Serb Municipa
BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic met on Thursday in Belgrade with US State Department Counsellor Derek Chollet, to whom he conveyed the expectation that the US recognise Serbia's efforts in maintaining peace and stability in the region and encourage Pristina to meet its commitments under accepted and signed agreements.
BELGRADE - Serbia saw a record-high level of FDI last year despite rising global uncertainties, the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) says.
"FDI inflow between the beginning of January and December 10 stood at 4.1 bln euros, so it is certain that we will have a new record for 2022," the NBS said in a statement.
Freelancers representatives stated that their members are dissatisfied with the adopted legal solutions that are meant to resolve their status, although the state adopted the regulations in the agreement already made with freelancers after years of negotiations, causing aggravation and condemnation of regular taxpayers.