Latest News from Serbia
Addressing the Russian parliament on Tuesday to urge lawmakers to ratify a treaty that would make Crimea part of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin compared Crimea's secession from Ukraine to Kosovo's secession from Serbia.
The Russian President spoke after 96.8 per cent of people who voted on Sunday in a referendum in Crimea backed calls to join the Russian Federation.
Belgrade has not proved its wartime genocide claims in its case against Zagreb at the International Court of Justice in The Hague, Croatia’s legal team insisted.
A Bulgarian company developing online products is set for expansion at a European level.
Getlokal has decided to step into the European market with its social media which aims at sharing consumers' feedback on visited location, according to Bulgarian website Money.bg.
BELGRADE - Drug lord Darko Saric cannot be given the status of protected witness, Serbia's First Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said on Tuesday, adding that a task force within the Security Information Agency (BIA) that worked on locating and arresting Saric deserves the most credit for his arrest following an unconditional surrender.
BELGRADE - The Party for Democratic Action (PDD), which has won two seats in the Serbian parliament, will not turn away from the talks on its participation in the new government, says Saip Kamberi, official of the political party gathering ethnic Albanians from the south of central Serbia.