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Working group for Serbia's OSCE chairmanship
BELGRADE -- The Serbian government formed a working group on Thursday which will be tasked with coordinating the activities of Serbia's chairmanship of the OSCE.
Serbia will hold the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) chairmanship in 2015.
BELGRADE - The Serbian government formed a working group on Thursday which will be tasked with coordinating the activities of Serbia's chairmanship of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), the government's press office announced.
Serbia will hold the OSCE chairmanship in 2015.
VALJEVO - The coalition gathered around the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) promised to voters at a pre-election rally in Valjevo that it will create new jobs and protect workers, farmers and pensioners.
At the rally held late on Wednesday, SPS leader Ivica Dacic underlined that Serbia needs a law on labor that will be modeled after EU regulation
BELGRADE - Queens of the Stone Age, one of the greatest rock bands of today, is coming to Serbia on June 11.
The Americans will be headlining a new one-day rock festival introducing EXIT ADVENTURE, and as a special treat, the festival's most devoted fans will have a chance to choose a city in Serbia in which the event will be held.
BELGRADE - The exhibition of photographs from the Thessaloniki Archaeological Museum opened in Belgrade's National Museum late on Wednesday in honour of the Greek presidency in the Council of Ministers of the EU.
BELGRADE - Head of the west Sweden trade union office Krister Anderson said on Wednesday he believed Serbia would overcome all obstacles in EU integration stemming for the harmonization with EU standards, and he stressed that Serbia had strong trade unions.
He met with members of the Serbian parliament and said a joint project and cooperation would be of great use for both countries.
BELGRADE – Serbian citizens believe that the Democratic Party of Serbia (DSS), Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) and a coalition gathered around former Serbian president Boris Tadic, as well as the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) and Democratic Party (DS), will pass the threshold at elections scheduled for March 16.
BELGRADE - Serbian Patriarch Irinej received at the Patriarchate on Wednesday authors and publishers of the book titled "Serbia in the Great War 1914-1918" which was released on the occasion of the centenary of the beginning of World War I.