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KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - An exhibition titled 'Details of the iconography at the Church of Our Lady of Ljevis' has opened at the town museum in Kosovska Mitrovica, in cooperation with the Belgrade-based National Museum, as part of the events marking the Statehood Day of Serbia.
NEW YORK - In the meeting on Kosovo held at UN Headquarters in New York late on Monday, Serbia's outgoing Prime Minister Ivica Dacic said that any debate referring to potential change in the scope and mandate of EULEX should not bypass the UN Security Council, having in mind that UN serves as an umbrella organization for the international presence in KiM.
NEW YORK - The year 2013 was a year of significant political progress which culminated in the landmark agreement between Belgrade and Pristina, and in 2014, efforts must continue to consolidate these critical achievements of the past year in the Brussels dialogue and along the path toward regional reconciliation, stability and prosperity, reads the latest report by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-m
BELGRADE - The United Regions of Serbia submitted on Monday its slate, entitled Let's Work and Live for the snap parliamentary election on March 16.
The first name on the slate is that of URS leader Mladjan Dinkic, follwed yb Sasa Milenic and Verica Kalanovic.
URS Vice Preisdent Suzana Grubjesic is 6th on the list.
BELGRADE - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic signed a decree on Monday, to mark the Statehood Day on February 15, whereby he decorated professor Itsuko Teruoka from Japan by a gold medal of merit for her exceptional engagement in humanitarian activities and delivered a posthumous decoration to Stella Jatras of the U.S.
BELGRADE - Twelve Serbian companies will present their products at PRODEXPO-2014, a large international exhibition of food products, in Moscow February 10-14, the Serbian Chamber of Commerce (PKS) has said.
BELGRADE - Serbian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PKS), Ministry of Foreign and Internal Trade and Telecommunications, and the economic daily newspaper Privredni pregled invited on Monday all companies operating in Serbia to participate in the tenth “Best of Serbia” campaign dedicated to the most successful brands in the domestic market.
BELGRADE - President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce Zeljko Sertic said on Monday the most important thing for the economy was for Serbia to get a pro-reform government quickly after the election.
It is important that the ministries continue working during the campaign, as the economy expects their help, he told Radio and Television of Serbia.