Latest News from Serbia
BELGRADE - Czech President Milos Zeman said on Wednesday that Czech companies could help develop the Serbian economy and improve life in the country.
The Czech Republic's goal is to make long-term projects and that is of the highest importance for the country, Zeman said at a Serbian-Czech business forum at the Serbian Chamber of Commerce.
NIS - Nis Mayor Zoran Perisic and Italian Ambassador in Serbia Giuseppe Manzo conferred on Wednesday over the further development of economic and cultural cooperation and stated that Nis may twine with an Italian city, perhaps even Rome.
Nis and Rome could become twin cities due to their historic and archaeological heritage, Perisic and Manzo said addressing reporters.
Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik said if a deal on Bosnia as a confederation of three units is not possible, Bosnia's mainly Serbian entity, Republika Srpska, RS, reserved a right to hold a referendum on seeking outright independence.
BUDVA - The National Tourism Organisation of Serbia (TOS) will give a comprehensive presentation of Serbia's tourism potential at the METUBES International Tourism Exchange, Tourism Fair, Equipment for Hotels and Catering in Budva on April 3-5.
"New resolution reasonable proposal"
BELGRADE -- Parliament should approve the actions of its government, says Tomislav Nikolić, suggesting that MPs should declare themselves also on continued Kosovo dialogue.
EU calls for Serbian media sector to be better regulated
BRUSSELS -- Poor condition of the media sector in Serbia is caused by a lack of regulation and clear market rules, said participants of a panel on freedom of the media.
“Speak Up, Serbia” was held on Tuesday at the European Parliament (EP).
Young people sentenced to be subtenants
The large number of those who need a flat today, can afford to pay a monthly credit installment of up to 100 Euros. That amount is not sufficient to purchase about the cheapest 20 square meters in Serbia.
At the moment there are about 300,000 subtenants in Serbia, half of them are in Belgrade.