Sakellaropoulou: Pressure does exist, but our stance on Kosovo remains unchanged

BELGRADE - Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou, who is on an official visit to Serbia, said on Tuesday the Greek stance on non-recognition of the self-declared independence of the so-called Kosovo remained unchanged and that Greece was consistently implementing a constructive policy aimed at ensuring peace and stability in the Western Balkans.

Vucic: Serbia wants to join EU but knows that does not depend only on us

BELGRADE - Serbia is on the European path and wants to become an EU member state, but it knows that does not always depend only on us, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Tuesday, noting that Serbia's objective was to accelerate its progress on the European path, but also to strengthen its economy and advance its democracy.

Montenegrin Police Director in Firing Line After Deputy Arrested

Montenegrin Interior Minister Filip Adzic (left) and police director Zoran Brdjanin (centre) at a press conference. Photo: Government of Montenegro

On March 22, the police force's assistant director, Dejan Knezevic, was arrested on the orders of the Special State Prosecutor's Office for allegedly setting up a criminal organisation.

Greek plan for electricity interconnections in the EU

The implementation of the proposals for the upgrading of the trans-European energy networks that Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis tabled at last week's European Union summit will bring geopolitical, economic and energy benefits to Greece, the state-run Athens-Macedonian News Agency reported on Sunday.

Week in Review: Tricks and Stunts

History in the Making?

Montenegrin president Milo Djukanovic at the polling station in Podgorica. Photo: BIRN/Samir Kajosevic

Montenegro's ruler of three decades, Milo Djukanovic, is in a pickle. April 2 could become a historic day if he loses in the second round of the presidential elections and gets voted out of power.

Jovanovic: NATO aggression was aimed at land-grabbing of Serbian territory

BELGRADE - The objective of the 1999 NATO aggression on the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY) was not a resolution of any humanitarian or political issue, but land-grabbing of Serbian territory, and the decision to go ahead with it had been made long before, says former Serbian diplomat Zivadin Jovanovic, who was FM of the FRY at the time.

Serbia: 9 migrants found among aluminum rolls in truck

Serbia's customs authorities said Friday they discovered nine migrants hiding among aluminum rolls in a truck headed to Poland from Greece.

Customs officers on Serbia's border with North Macedonia spotted the migrants on Wednesday during a scan that showed human silhouettes in the back of the truck, a statement said.