Government of Serbia
World Bank loan to help boost Serbian capital markets
WASHINGTON - The World Bank Board of Executive Directors approved on Friday a 27.7 mln euro loan to support Serbia in its effort to deepen and further develop its capital markets with a Catalysing Long Term Finance Through Capital Markets Project.
Moscow's response to the Serbian minister: Rather strange position
The official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, in her Telegram channel, responded to the call of the Minister of Economy of Serbia, Rade Basta, to the government to join the sanctions against Russia in connection with the growing pressure on the republic from the West.
Serbian gov't sends 105 t of aid to quake-hit Syria
BELGRADE - The Serbian government has sent 105 t of aid to the quake-hit population of Syria.
The aid shipment, worth around 1 mln euros, consists of medicines, medical equipment and supplies, food, tents, power generators, blankets, toiletries and other supplies needed by the population, the government said in a statement.
Mali: We paid tribute to Zoran Djindjic, he was a man of exceptional dedication PHOTO
The continuation of the debate on Kosovo and Metohija in the Serbian Parliament
On the agenda of the special session of the Assembly of Serbia is the Government's "Report on the negotiation process with the institutions of temporary self-government in Pristina, from September 1, 2022, to January 15, 2023".
Special Serbian Parliament session on Kosovo scheduled for today, Vučić will attend
A special session of the Parliament of Serbia, with the agenda including a report on the negotiations with Pristina from September 1 to January 15, is scheduled for today.
The attendance of President Aleksandar Vui is expected.
Vucic informs gov't of challenges, requests full commitment
BELGRADE - At Monday's government session, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic informed the cabinet members of the situation, challenges and difficulties facing Serbia regarding Kosovo-Metohija, the government press office said in a statement released after the hour-and-a-half long session.
Dacic confirms Zagreb visit, no plans for bilateral meetings for now
BELGRADE - Serbian FM Ivica Dacic confirmed he and Human Rights Minister Tomislav Zigmanov would attend a Christmas reception to be hosted by the Serb National Council in Zagreb on Friday.
Croatian government representatives are also expected to attend.
Happy New Year 2023!
We repeated the same wish at the beginning of 2022. This time, it seems that we managed to forget about the pandemic and the pain it caused us in the previous 30 months.
However, the coronavirus did not disappear - it was only replaced by a bigger suffering.
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The session of the Assembly on the Government of Serbia to be resumed today
The majority of heads of parliamentary groups expressed their views on the new Government of Serbia, and the main criticisms of the opposition were related to the fact that it is a government of continuity, with the assessment that the previous one has not worked well, as well as that the government is formed by Aleksandar Vui, and is represented by its prime minister-designate, Ana Brnabi