Latest News from Serbia

Book Aerial War over Serbia 1999 presented

BELGRADE - The Modern History Institute has published the second edition of the book Aerial War over Serbia 1999 by Bojan Dimitrijevic and Major General Jovica Draganic.

Serbia to "move toward EU, foster ties with Russia"

Serbia to "move toward EU, foster ties with Russia"

JAGODINA -- Ivica Dačić says Serbia’s national and state priorities are its road to the EU, along with fostering good relations with traditional friends at the same time.

Serbia to Probe Policeman’s Threat to Peace Group

The Serbian prosecution will investigate a police spokesperson who called on football hooligans to “fight” Belgrade peace group Women in Black after they commemorated wartime killings in Kosovo.

Balkan countries boost efforts to draw investment

Balkan countries boost efforts to draw investment

Political stability, co-operation and reforms will lead to foreign investment in the region, officials said.

Balkan states must work together to draw investment, Serbia Prime Minister Ivica Dacic said. [European Bank for Reconstruction and Development]

Coalition of Refugee Assocition supports Serbia’s legal team

BELGRADE - The Coalition of Refugee Associations in the Republic of Serbia said in a release Sunday that it supports the request made by Serbia's agent at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) Sasa Obradovic to declare Operation Storm, a 1995 military offensive carried out by the Croatian armed forces, a genocide against the Serbian people.

Ivana Maksimovic wins silver medal at ISSF World Cup

FORT BENNING – Serbia’s Ivana Maksimovic won the silver medal in the 10m Air Rifle Women event at the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) World Cup, held at the U.S. Army post of Fort Benning, on Saturday.

Maksimovic mounted the podium after ending up second in the finals with a total of 207.6 points.

New round of Belgrade-Pristina talks to be held on Monday

BELGRADE / BRUSSELS - The 23rd round of the EU-facilitated dialogue on normalization of relations between Belgrade and Pristina, expected to deal with the issues of judiciary and the setting up of the Community of Serb municipalities (ZSO), will be held in Brussels on Monday.

EC economic reform recommendations probably in May

BELGRADE – Serbia may receive European Commission’s (EC) recommendations concerning economic reforms that need be pushed through in Serbia as early as in May, Freek Janmaat, head of the EU Delegation to Serbia’s European Integration Department, has said.

Obradovic: Dispute does not close door to reconciliation

THE HAGUE - With their genocide dispute before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, Serbia and Croatia have not closed the door to the reconciliation of the two nations, Serbia’s agent at the court Sasa Obradovic has said.

Dacic: Road to EU along with fostering relations with Russia

JAGODINA - Prime Minister of the outgoing Serbian government Ivica Dacic has said that Serbia’s national and state priorities are its road to the EU together with fostering good relations with traditional friends at the same time, adding that the position to be taken on the Ukraine crisis will have to include both these two assumptions.

Italy’s Aunde opens factory in Jagodina

JAGODINA – Italy’s company Aunde opened a factory for the production of automobile seats and technical textiles for the automotive industry in Jagodina on Saturday.

Serbia seeks from ICJ to convict Croatia of genocide

THE HAGUE - Serbia wants the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to declare the Croatian armed forces’ 1995 Operation Storm a genocide against the Serbian people and to find Croatia guilty of violating the UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide.

Stefanovic, Arunovic climb podiums at ISSF World Cup

FORT BENNING – Serbia’s shooters Milutin Stefanovic and Zorana Arunovic won a silver and a bronze medal, respectively, in the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) World Cup at the U.S. army post of Fort Benning on Friday.

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