Oliver Ivanovic

Murdered Serb Politician’s Widow ‘Could Testify for Suspect’

Milena Ivanovic Popovic, the widow of murdered Kosovo Serb political party leader Oliver Ivanovic, was proposed on Wednesday as a witness in a defamation case launched by businessman Milan Radoicic, who has been accused of leading a criminal organisation that killed Ivanovic.

Milena Ivanovic joined SNS

This was posted on Twitter by SNS official and Director of the Office for Kosovo and Metohija, Marko Djuric.
He wrote that as of today, SNS has become richer for "a person of unprecedented energy, perseverance, sacrifice for her family and Serbia".

Suspects Plead Not Guilty to Kosovo Serb Politician’s Murder

The six defendants in the Oliver Ivanovic murder trial - Nedelko Spasojevic, Marko Rosic, Silvana Arsovic, Dragisa Markovic, Zarko Jovanovic and Rade Basara - all entered not guilty pleas as their trial for assisting the killing of the Kosovo Serb politician began on Tuesday at Pristina Basic Court.

Milena Ivanovic: I'm trying to find out the truth on my own, disregarding Pristina

Speaking to Kosovo online about the indictment raised in the case of Oliver Ivanovic's murder, and the trial that recently commenced in Pristina, Milena Ivanovic says she is disappointed that even after two years, there are no names of those who either executed or ordered this killing.

Democracy Digest: Key Dates for Your Diary in 2020


Croatia is due to hold a general election at some point in 2020, possibly in late autumn.

The European Commission and European Parliament will establish the so-called Conference on the Future of Europe, a political body aimed at engaging EU citizens to reform democracy in 2020-2022. It is expected to be up and running in the second half of the year.