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"Stable economic climate encourages investors"

They discussed "cooperation to date and plans for the future projects of the EBRD in the Republic of Serbia," the government has announced.

Kosovo ‘Won’t Forgive Serbia’ for Killing Civilians: Parliament Chief

Kadri Veseli at the commemoration. Photo: Kadri Veseli/Facebook.

Hundreds of relatives of victims gathered on Wednesday at a memorial to the 54 ethnic Albanian civilians killed by Serbian forces in the village of Poklek, 25 kilometres west of Pristina, to mark the 20th anniversary of the massacre.

FM: Serbia can't protect its interests without Russia

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said this in Moscow after his meeting with Serbian counterpart Ivica Dacic, adding that the West also needs to force Pristina leaders to stop with provocations and confrontational policy aimed against Belgrade.

Serbia begins building TurkStream gas conduit stretch

Serbia has started the construction of its section of the TurkStream pipeline to carry Russian natural gas to Europe, country's foreign minister, Ivica Dacic, said on April 16.

EU official: "Land swap possible"; Dacic: Taxes first

The Serbian foreign minister and first deputy PM told the daily Blic that Pristina - who last November introduced 100 percent taxes on goods from central Serbia, deadlocking the Kosovo dialogue - should make the first move.

Belgrade to consider countermeasures against Pristina

The Serbian president and leader of the ruling SNS party told a party gathering in Belgrade that he would face a request to recognize a full independence of Kosovo, without divisions and "full and integral territory of an independent Kosovo."

Kosovo Widens Oliver Ivanovic Murder Investigation

Oliver Ivanovic. Photo: EPA-EFE/Andrej Cukic.

Syle Hoxha, the prosecutor working on the Oliver Ivanovic murder case, told BIRN on Tuesday that the probe has been widened to include two further suspects with possible links to organised crime.