Brnabic: FTA with UAE to be signed within three months

DUBAI - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic said on Monday a Serbia-UAE FTA was expected to be signed within three months and that the Serbian government would submit to the UAE its comments on a draft of the agreement during the day.

In a statement to Tanjug, Brnabic said the signing of a FTA would help boost bilateral economic cooperation, which she noted was definitely below the potential.

Brnabic: We will request additional guarantees for Kosovo-Metohija Serbs

DUBAI - Commenting on KFOR's negative response to Serbia's request for a return of its security forces to Kosovo-Metohija, Serbian PM Ana Brnabic said that "what KFOR says is one thing and the reality is another thing," and noted that the reality was that Serbs were not safe in Kosovo-Metohija.

BSMEPA received the Award in the Cross-Border Cooperation Category of the Go Global Awards

Yesterday at a ceremony in Tallinn, Estonia, BSMEPA received the award in the cross-border cooperation category of the International Trade Council's Go Global Awards!

The Go Global Awards recognize companies and organizations that drive the economy forward through their innovation, technology and strategic solutions.

Qatar woos the rich with luxury World Cup

With deluxe match packages selling for thousands of dollars and five-star hotels doing a brisk trade, a sheen of glamour coats Qatar's World Cup despite football's working-class roots.

A penchant for luxury in the energy-rich Gulf state, which has one of the world's highest GDPs per head, has rubbed off on an unusually high-end edition of a tournament for the masses.

Brnabić responded to the Albanian journalist's provocation: "I feel like I'm at home"

Prime Minister Ana Brnabi said today during her visit to Kosovo and Metohija that Serbia will always be with its people in Kosovo and Metohija.
"We will continue to fight for our people, its dignity, and also to see prosperity and an increasingly better quality of life here in Kosovo and Metohija," said Prime Minister Brnabic.

Istanbul Airport ranked busiest in Europe

Istanbul Airport has been ranked as the busiest airport in Europe with 1,310 flights between Aug. 24 and 30, according to data from EUROCONTROL.

According to the weekly report, which also compares the flight performances before the pandemic, many airports in Europe lagged far behind 2019 figures, while Istanbul Airport increased its flights by 2 percent.

Princess Diana’s sporty Ford Escort sells for $866,000

A sporty Ford Escort that was once Princess Diana's runabout sold at auction for 737,000 pounds ($866,000) on Aug. 27, a few days before the 25th anniversary of her death.

The modest car, with just 24,961 miles (40,000 km) on the clock, went under the hammer at Silverstone Auctions in Warwickshire in central England.