Prosecution, Defence Lawyers Spar as Serbian Officials’ Retrial Concludes

The third and final day of closing arguments in the retrial of former Serbian State Security officials Jovica Stanisic and Franko 'Frenki' Simatovic at the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals in The Hague on Wednesday saw disputes between prosecution and defence over incidents from the 1990s.

"Securing jobs most important task of government"

The prime minister said this on Wednesday during a visit to the "Euroin" factory in Kula, northern Serbia.

Brnabic pointed out that it is necessary to have a competition between the investor and a larger choice of jobs, expressing the expectation that the opening of the German investor will create new jobs in Kula, noting that new 300 jobs and new investments are coming.

Bulgarian Police Detain 26 Migrants Leaving Country

Twenty-six irregular migrants have been arrested on their way out of Bulgaria, border police say.

In Kula municipality in Western Bulgaria, 18 Afghan nationals tried to enter Serbia on Saturday evening. Four Iraqi and as many Pakistani nationals tried to take the same step in the areas of Banya village in Tran municipality and at the railway station of Dragoman, respectively.

Bulgaria Socialist Leader Takes Shocking Pictures of Bulgaria-Serbia Road

A major international road into Serbia which was affected a landslide earlier this year is still unusable, an opposition leader has warned.

"I am not in [Nepal's capital] Kathmandu, as anybody would think, but on an international road linking Bulgaria and Serbia," Mihail Mikov, who chairs the Bulgarian Socialist Party, wrote on Facebook [BG] on Sunday evening.