Vučić from Tirana: "The voice of Serbia is listened to with respect here"

Vui stated that he spoke with the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky about the territorial integrity of both countries, respect for the UN Charter, but also about other important topics and initiatives for peace.
Vui stated that Serbia's voice was listened to with respect at the summit in Tirana.

Drecun: West not criticising Kurti's decision on dinar but its implementation

BELGRADE  By sending a technical delegation to Brussels, Pristina practically boycotted Tuesday's dialogue about the suspension of the Serbian dinar in Kosovo-Metohija, the outgoing chairman of the Serbian parliamentary committee on Kosovo-Metohija Milovan Drecun said on Wednesday, noting that the West was not criticising Pristina PM Albin Kurti's decision on the dinar but only the manner in wh

Serbia seeks amendments to Tirana declaration

TIRANA - Tirana is hosting the first Ukraine-Southeast Europe summit, to also be attended by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic.

Albanian PM Edi Rama and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy are expected to discuss the war in Ukraine and its consequences.

There is still no agreement on the text of a declaration to be adopted at the end of the summit, Tanjug learns.

Petkovic: Belgrade demonstrated full commitment, solution at political level a must

BRUSSELS - The head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Petar Petkovic said in Brussels Belgrade's delegation in Tuesday's round of the dialogue with Pristina had demonstrated full commitment to solve problems and that a solution must be found to ensure dinar payments to Serbs in Kosovo-Metohija.

Prison sentences for Kosovo-Metohija Serbs reverted to fines

PRISTINA - A Pristina basic court on Tuesday sentenced two Kosovo-Metohija Serbs to six months in prison for "involvement in a crowd committing criminal offences or hooliganism."

The men, Dusan Obrenovic and Rados Petrovic, were arrested in May last year following protests in Zvecan.

As they have pleaded guilty, their sentences were reverted to 6,000 euro fines.