Latest News from Serbia
The Serbian film Commission, SFC, has mapped out 160 locations suitable for filming as part of a bid to attract more producers of feature films, TV shows and commercials to Serbia.
The project, financed by the European Union and the Austrian Agency for Development, includes 34 municipalities and cities connected to the river Danube.
KRAGUJEVAC - Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic believes that Serbia will preserve stability and will not face civil protests as was the case in the countries in the region, and promised that the government would fight for a better economy in the way it is combating corruption and crime.
BELGRADE/ VLADICIN HAN - The longest tunnel on Corridor 10 through Serbia Manjale is being built near Vladicin Han, southern Serbia, and the completion of the works is expected in March 2016, Tanjug was told at Koridori Srbije company.
The tunnel is 18 kilometer long, and Bulgarian consortium Alliance X is engaged in its construction.
BELGRADE - The 10th Nordic Panorama Film Festival will be held in Belgrade and several other cities in Serbia from February 21 to 25.
The Nordic Panorama is an international film festival presenting the annual production of best short, documentary and animated films from Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway and Iceland.
DUBAI - Serbia's Ana Ivanovic had a successful opener at the WTA tournament in Dubai on Tuesday notching a 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (6) win against Germany's Angelique Kerber.
Ivanovic is next to take on Venus Williams of the U.S., who scored a 6-3, 6-2 victory against Russia's Elena Vesnina.
Earlier on Tuesday, Serbia's Jelena Jankovic outlasted Ukraine's Maryna Zanevska 6-4, 6-3.
BELGRADE - Citizens will cast their ballot at 8,262 polling stations, including those in penal institutions, in the territory of Serbia during early parliamentary elections that will be held on March 16, the state electoral commission (RIK) decided on Tuesday.
Polling stations in Kosovo-Metohija and the ones abroad have not been included in this number.
BELGRADE - Serbia registered more irregular migrants in transit to the EU than asylum seekers, it was noted during a meeting on asylum and migration on Tuesday.