Latest News from Serbia

UN Court Urged to Block Serbian War Criminal’s Release

The family of the Albanian-American Bytyqi brothers said on Monday that they are launching a campaign against the potential early release next month of Vlastimir Djordjevic, a former high-ranking Serbian interior ministry official, who they suspect was involved in their relatives' deaths.

Balkan Organised Crime Hotspots Pinpointed in Report

The new report published on Monday in Vienna by the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organised Crime identifies places in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia where organised crime is flourishing.

Srpska Lista Scores Landslide Victory in North Kosovo Polls

Preliminary results from Sunday's snap elections in four municipalities in northern Kosovo show that candidates from the Belgrade-backed Srpska Lista party secured an expected landslide victory, with each of them taking over 90 per cent of the votes.

Conference to gather leading global thinkers in Belgrade

The government announced the event, saying it was "a prestigious gathering of the world's leading innovators, scientists, business leaders and artists, who will present the ideas of the new age in an inspirational way."

Mogherini must do much more, says EP official

The EU and its foreign policy chief had to show much more firmness and determination in the enlargement process and, above all, in the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina; the lack of leadership was particularly striking in the absence of a response to Pristina's unacceptable taxes (on goods from central Serbia), he told Vecernje Novosti.

Corridor 10's southern arm completed in Serbia

The ceremony was attended by Prime Minister Ana Brnabic, President Aleksandar Vucic, members of the Serbian government, and Chairman of the Bosnia-Herzegovina Presidency Milorad Dodik.

Talk of resetting Balkan borders risks backlash

Albanian officials are not very convincing when they denounce talk about a Greater Albania as Serbian and Russian propaganda designed to cultivate fear of Albania.

Saharan Dust In The Air

According to data from the Greek meteorological office for several days the atmosphere over Bulgaria is saturated with dust from the deserts of North Africa, Nova TV reported. The cloud of fine sand covered Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece and other Balkan countries.

MLS Innovation expands into Albania

MLS Innovation on Friday announced its entry into Albania.
This is the fourth foreign market that the Athens-listed company has expanded into after Cyprus, Serbia and Bulgaria.

There's still chance Volkswagen could come to Serbia - PM

"Serbia is fighting. I understand that there are people in Serbia who would be infinitely happy if Volkswagen didn't come. There are, fortunately, many, many more people who will be infinitely happy if it does," the prime minister said.

Kosovo MP Admits ‘War Rape’ Photo Probably False

Flora Brovina apologised on Friday for showing the explicit photograph to media and claiming that it showed three Serbian soldiers raping an ethnic Albanian woman during the war.

"The photograph is probably falsified," Brovina told a press conference.

Serbian War Crimes Trials Undermined by Long Delays: Report

A new report by the Humanitarian Law Centre NGO in Belgrade, published on Wednesday, said war crimes proceedings in Serbia are subject to long delays and that justice is being further postponed when retrials are held.