Aleksandar Vučić

Belgrade-Pristina dialogue will continue

BELGRADE - The dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina will resume in Brussels on February 9, Serbia's Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic confirmed on Saturday.

He said he would take part in those talks together with Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic, while Kosovo would be represented by Prime Minister Isa Mustafa and Foreign Minister Hasim Taci.

Opportunities to improve Serbia, South Korea cooperation

BELGRADE - Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and South Korean Ambassador to Serbia Lee Do-hoon said Thursday that there great opportunities were opening for strengthening cooperation between the two countries, especially in the area of economy, the Serbian government's media relations office said in a release.

Region's stability is important for both Serbia and Bosnia

BELGRADE - Serbia's Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic met with head of the Bosnia-Herzegovina Presidency Mladen Ivanic on Wendesday and stressed that stability of the region was of crucial importance for both Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Vucic also supported Bosnia-Herzegovina's EU integration and respect for the rights of all three of its peoples, the Serbian, Bosniak and Croatian.

Nikolic receives credentials from new Ambassador of Canada

BELGRADE - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic received on Monday a letter of credence from the newly appointed Ambassador of Canada in Belgrade Philip Pinnington, and underscored on the occasion that he attaches special importance to further developing overall relations with Canada, based on shared values and common interests.

"Serbia no longer run by tycoons," says Vucic

"Serbia no longer run by tycoons," says Vucic

BELGRADE -- "Serbia is no longer run by tycoons," Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic has said in an interview with the U.S. television network CNN.

"I do not believe that the situation is the same, at least you cannot say that the country is run by tycoons like it was before - no one can say that," Vucic noted.

Serbia no longer run by tycoons, Vucic tells CNN

BELGRADE - Serbia is no longer run by tycoons, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic has said in an interview with the US television news network CNN.

I do not believe that the situation is the same, at least you cannot say that the country is run by tycoons like it was before - no one can say that, Vucic noted.

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