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Tadić reiterates his coalition won't be in cabinet with SPS
BELGRADE -- The New Democratic Party (NDS)-led coalition will not enter a new government with the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS), said its leader, Boris Tadić.
He made the statement on Thursday after consultations with Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić.
BELGRADE - Greek Ambassador to Serbia Konstantinos Ikonomidis opened in Army Hall in Belgrade the exhibition of paintings entitled 'Greece in the consciences and hearts of Serbian painters' authored by art historian Nikola Kusovac which was organised as homage to the country with which Serbia has nurtured close ties for centuries now.
Jafer Ahmeti will take up his office as Kosovo's charge d'affaires in Montenegro on Thursday.
Speaking on Wednesday, he said opening diplomatic missions in Podgorica and Pristina would further intensify the cordial relations between the two small Balkan countries.
Foreign Minister Kristian Vigenin believes that the scenario of a new gas crisis affecting Bulgaria is possible despite the lack of an immediate threat of a gas supply cut.
He explained that the problem would be triggered by the increase in gas prices and the new payment schemes which Russia planned to impose on Ukraine.
BELGRADE - Representatives of the Islamic Community of Serbia (IZS) held a meeting on Thursday at the Serbian Business Club "Privrednik" to discuss the possibility of cooperation with the producers of halal food, which is based on strict Islamic dietary requirements.
BELGRADE - The most important tasks which the new Serbian government will have to tackle by the end of this year include the search for a solution to the fate of restructuring companies and the adoption of reform laws, Vice President of the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) and outgoing Energy Minister Zorana Mihajlovic stated.