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Croatia "won't use bilateral issues" against Serbia
BELGRADE -- Croatia "will not use bilateral issues to impose conditions" on Serbia during the country’s negotiations on EU membership, Gordan Markotić has said.
Croatia's ambassador to Serbia explained that these issues "include border demarcation on the Danube and mutual genocide charges."
MOSCOW - The Federation Council of Russia, upper house of the Russian parliament, ratified on Wednesday the agreements on military cemeteries with Serbia and Slovenia, creating the legal foundation for the maintenance of Russian military cemeteries, monuments and memorials in the territory of these two countries.
NIS - The festival entitled “The Days of the European Film”, which will showcase films made in 32 member states of the Council of Europe, is taking place in Nis, southern Serbia, and for this city the entire year will be marked by the European film.
The festival will show movies from Germany, Hungary, Denmark, France, Italy, Bulgaria, Poland, Slovenia, Portugal and other countries.
BELGRADE – Belgrade-based cultural organization Mikser, in association with the Croatian Design Association and Public Room from Skopje, announced results of the Young Balkan Designers 2014 competition on Thursday.
MEDVEDJA - Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic put into operation on Thursday a pellet plant "Jablanica EKO" in Medvedja, southern Serbia, which will hire 50 workers.
The plant construction was financed by the municipality of Medvedja and the Serbian government with EUR 670,000, the Slovenian government with EUR 290,000, and EUR 100,000 was ensured through the EU Progress program.
BELGRADE - Serbia created a good investment environment, and the field of renewable energy sources is the most attractive for investment, Assistant Energy Minister Dejan Trifunovic said on Wednesday.