Pristina bans ministers from visiting KiM

BELGRADE - The Office for Kosovo-Metohija (KiM) stated that the Pristina authorities banned Serbian Minister without Portfolio in charge of KiM Aleksandar Vulin and Minister of Youth and Sports Vanja Udovicic from visiting KiM, adding that this time Serbia is prevented from helping best Serb students in the province to broaden their knowledge and talents.

Dacic: We promise safe path to EU

BELGRADE - Leader of the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) Ivica Dacic stated on Sunday that the coalition headed by him will guarantee a safe continuation of the EU path in the early parliamentary elections, as well as reforms in a 'human form' and laws which serve the interests of employees and not tycoons.

Dacic: Brussels talks to discuss Ivanovic issue

BELGRADE - One of the main topics of talks between Belgrade and Pristina in Brussels, which should take place in mid-March, will be releasing from detention of Oliver Ivanovic, leader of the Citizens’ Initiative ‘Freedom, Democracy, Justice’, and other Serbs who have got arrested in Kosovo-Metohija (KiM), Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic said Friday.

GI SDP: Suspend dialogue until gov't guarantees are accepted

KOSOVSKA MITROVICA - Members of the Citizens' Initiative "Freedom, Democracy, Justice" (GI SDP) noted on Friday that there were no grounds for the court's decision to extend detention on remand for their leader Oliver Ivanovic, and added that the court in Pristina thus violated the basic human right of the detainee to be released pending trial.