Latest News from Serbia

Brnabic to address UN General Debate of world leaders

It is planned that Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabi deliver a speech at around 5.30 p.m. local time.
Prime Minister of Serbia and Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikola Selakovi, will previously meet with the Secretary General, Antonio Guterres.

EU says: "Non-paper does not exist"

As stated in the unsigned response of the Council of Europe to the question of the Slovenian MEP Klemen Groelj, the non-paper was not even discussed in that institution.

A slight decrease in the number of newly infected

There are 191 patients on respirators.
In the previous 24 hours, 21.454 citizens were tested for coronavirus.
The day before, 23.408 citizens were tested for coronavirus, of which there are 7.201 newly infected. Yesterday, 39 patients died, and there were 195 patients on respirators.

Helping Hungarians Have All the Babies They Want

Eleven years after Orban returned to power and made family policy a cornerstone of his vision for the future, the answer is that it's complicated.

Four firm demands of Serbia

The news states that these are not new demands or blackmail, but demands that arise from signed agreements that Pristina has been obstructing or refusing to fulfill for years.

In Serbia, the Fight for ‘Green’ Votes Turns Ugly

However, the Uprising's main weakness comes from a struggle within over who gets to lead the emerging ecological front, but also which political faction would collect the 'green' votes.

Week in Review: Ecological States versus Green Politics


German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama (not in picture) during a press conference in Tirana, Albania, 14 September 2021. The German Chancellor is in Albania to participate in the Western Balkan Summit. EPA-EFE/MALTON DIBRA

The EU sent Vučić a new proposal

On Tuesday, after the session of the National Security Council, Vui stated that he had received a proposal from the Quint and EU countries to resolve the tensions at the administrative crossings of Jarinje and Brnjak, caused by the abolition of license plates from Serbia, which he rejected.

Pahor meets Erdogan on sidelines of UN General Assembly

New York, 22 September – President Borut Pahor, who is in New York for the 76th session of the UN General Assembly, held several bilateral meetings on Tuesday, including with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to discuss cooperation, Afghanistan and migrations. He also attended an event marking 30 years of Slovenia’s independence.

KFOR closely monitors the situation in Jarinje; ROSU heavily armed, Serbs gathering

Namely, Pristina's interim authorities decided to implement reciprocal measures and demand the change of license plates from Serbia, as Kosovo's drivers had to do when crossing the border, replacing them with temporary Kosovo ones. This increased tensions in the north and caused concern among the locals.

"We will not allow ethnic cleansing of Serbs; the EU should declare itself"

Speaking about the tension at the administrative crossings of Jarinje and Brnjak, Dacic said that the real question is whether the European Union thinks that the Brussels Agreement from 2013 is in effect or not. He adds that all this seems to him like a test of Pristina to see how everyone will react to the "brutal violation of all the arrangements of the Brussels Agreement."