Latest News from Serbia

Serbia "could benefit greatly from car industry revolution"

They are reporting about Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic's announcement made in Davos that Chinese companies could set up an electric vehicle plant in western Serbia, in the area between Prijepolje to Krupanj.

Vucic writes to Trump about Kosovo

According to Tanjug, which carried a press release issued by Vucic's office, the president asked for help in finding a lasting and sustainable solution for Kosovo and Metohija.

Vucic thanked Trump for the US help on Serbia's EU membership road, and "especially to our efforts to maintain peace and stability in the Western Balkans."

Hardinaj won't let go of taxes; now "system collapse" begins

The decision to increase by 100 percent fees on goods from central Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina was made by Pristina in November, leading to a standstill in the EU-mediated Kosovo dialogue, as Belgrade is demanding the abandoning of this measure before the negotiations could continue.

One dead, Koridor 10 director seriously injured

The car of Koridor 10 company director Zoran Babic was involved, and is among one of the five injured. Babic is receiving help in Nis for open fractures.

None of the injured persons are in danger of dying.

The three cars collided for as of this moment unknown reason near the toll booth on the Nis-Leskovac highway near Doljevac.

Opposition DS leaves National, local assemblies

They will also leave the Belgrade and other city and local assemblies.

They decided to leave all city assemblies in which the elementary democratic principle and procedures are not respected, the Beta agency was told by that party.

As stated, the Presidency has decided to support an "agreement with the people", whose is an integral part is to leave parliaments.

EU official to BiH Presidency: Step up reforms

And citizens have protested against this, among other places, in Banjaluka.

EU's commissioner in charge of neighborhood policy and enlargement negotiations said this in Brussels on Wednesday during a meeting with members of the Bosnia-Herzegovina Presidency members.

Belgrade becomes center for regional transport linking

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlovic signed today An agreement on the seat of the Permanent Secretariat of the Transport Community with Acting Director of the Permanent Secretariat of the Transport Community Alan Baron.

Serbia starts new investment cycle

The IMF mission is led by James Roaf.

The talks dealt with the realization of infrastructure projects and the projects planned within the new investment cycle, the Serbian government announced.

Import Tax Could Topple Kosovo Govt, Speaker Warns

Sharp disagreements among Kosovo officials over whether the import tax of 100 per cent on goods from Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina should be revoked have fresh sparked warnings that the government could fall and be forced to hold snap elections.

Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj is not budging from his stance that the tax will only be scrapped when Serbia recognises Kosovo.

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