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Montenegro Mayor Indicted for Srebrenica Genocide Denial

Mayor of Niksic Marko Kovacevic (right) at a session of parliament. Photo: Parliament of Montenegro.

"After gathering the necessary evidence, the Higher Prosecution in Podgorica filed an indictment, and the High Court in Podgorica will have to confirm it," state prosecutor Lepa Medenica told news website CDM.

Serbian Opposition Leader Rejects EU-Proposed Electoral Reforms

After EU parliamentarians' draft proposals to improve the fairness of elections in Serbia were leaked to media, the head of the Party of Freedom and Justice, former Belgrade mayor Dragan Djilas, said on Wednesday that his party will not agree to them.

Odalovic - persona non grata in Kosovo?

As he points out, they do not agree on only one issue, and that is the search for missing persons, reports Koha.

Joint session of the governments of Serbia and Hungary

The delegation of the Serbian government, led by the Prime Minister Ana Brnabi, was welcomed at the airport on Tuesday by Minister of Finance of Hungary, Mihly Varga. Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orbn, prepared a working dinner for the Serbian delegation.

"Little Trump" on Kosovo: "Biden squandered everything"

In the author's article written for the U.S. portal "Federalist", Richard Grenell pointed out that the "historic negotiations" from September 4, 2020 were squandered by the current U.S. President Joe Biden.

More than 5.000 newly infected

23 people died.
There are 121 patients on respirators.
In Serbia, the epidemiological situation is deteriorating, and doctors warn that citizens should take the delta strain seriously because it has been shown to leave lasting consequences and that the disease can be prolonged.

Montenegro to Probe Police Role in Orthodox Church Unrest

Demonstrators clash with police officers in Cetinje, Montenegro. Photo: EPA-EFE/BORIS PEJOVIC

"In the command chain, we will investigate every act by each individual who provided or did not provide support. That will be done in the next seven days and the public will be informed," Krivokapic told a press conference.

Podgorica confirmed: Patriarch Porfirije was endangered in Cetinje

The investigation will establish details and facts about security threats during the enthronement of Metropolitan Joanikije in Cetinje, Montenegrin Deputy Prime Minister Dritan Abazovic said today, adding that a major security threat to the SPC leader was real, which the patriarch confirmed with his statement.

Vučić: "We will respond with serious politics"

He announced that in the coming days a cornerstone will be laid for a completely new factory that will produce a Chinese vaccine against coronavirus in our country, and reminded that the first component of the Russian Sputnik V vaccine is already being produced in Serbia, while it has already been considered to produce another component of that vaccine.

Imposing Justice Will Not Bring Reconciliation in Kosovo

This concerted effort to appease Belgrade has come at Kosovo's expense; Kosovo has been pressurised into acceding to a range of compromises which have undermined its sovereignty.

Montenegro Church Violence Sparks Clashes on Twitter

"Cetinje is our light of freedom … we are coming !!!" reads one of the tweets published on the eve of the divisive enthronement of a new Serbian Orthodox Church Metropolitan in Cetinje, the former royal capital of Montenegro.

A Man is Detained for the Fire in Blagoevgrad

On Sunday, the iconic Dome building in the city center caught fire

A man has been detained for the huge fire in Blagoevgrad. The balance sheet shows that the damage is in the hundreds of thousands of levs. Restaurants, shops, and a bank branch have been burnt down. And the prosecution is investigating arson.