Latest News from Serbia

EU official: "Land swap possible"; Dacic: Taxes first

The Serbian foreign minister and first deputy PM told the daily Blic that Pristina - who last November introduced 100 percent taxes on goods from central Serbia, deadlocking the Kosovo dialogue - should make the first move.

Belgrade to consider countermeasures against Pristina

The Serbian president and leader of the ruling SNS party told a party gathering in Belgrade that he would face a request to recognize a full independence of Kosovo, without divisions and "full and integral territory of an independent Kosovo."

Kosovo Widens Oliver Ivanovic Murder Investigation

Oliver Ivanovic. Photo: EPA-EFE/Andrej Cukic.

Syle Hoxha, the prosecutor working on the Oliver Ivanovic murder case, told BIRN on Tuesday that the probe has been widened to include two further suspects with possible links to organised crime.

"Berlin has proposal that's not to Pristina's advantage"

"Most likely, it will be proposed that Serbia gets some sort of sovereignty in certain territories of Kosovo," the Pristina-based newspaper said, reiterating that Germany opposes the idea of "​​border corrections."

Report: Vucic to decide on elections after Berlin and China

According to the article, Vucic has held spoken with his closest associates to tell them he did not would not accept any ultimatums of the opposition. They are not asking for people to live better, they have tycoon terms, Vucic told his associates on Monday, Blic writes.

Serbia and Russia to build nuclear research center

The documents were signed in Sochi, RF, by Serbian Minister of Innovation and Technological Development Nenad Popovic and Russia's Rosatom nuclear energy corporation CEO Alexei Likhachev.

Vucic: Serbs, it's time to unite

The president emphasized that this particularly refers to our interests in Kosovo and Metohija, as well as throughout the region.

Serbia set to issue building permits for TurkStream pipeline

Afterwards, construction works on the stretch will be officially opened, Brnabic told a press conference after the governments of Serbia and Hungary held a joint session in Subotica, northern Serbia, Tanjug is reporting.

"Settle Serbia with Hungarians? There's not enough at home"

"I hear there is an opposition politician who says that many Hungarians will move to Serbia. Unfortunately, we do not have enough Hungarians even at home," Orban said, when asked by journalist to comment about Trifunovic's remark, made during the opposition rally on Saturday.

Hungary is our greatest friend in EU - Serbian FM

The Serbian foreign minister and first deputy PM said this in SUbotica, where a joint session of the two governments is being held, and where he met with Hungarian counterpart Peter Szijjarto.