Member states of the Council of Europe

Turkish navy to conduct exercises in the Aegean during talks

Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu is due in Athens for talks on Friday amid a tense atmosphere between Greece and Turkey, which has been exacerbated by the neighboring country’s decision to carry out naval exercises in the Aegean while discussions take place in the Greek capital.

EU gave us millions, and Russia gave us nothing

EU gave us millions, and Russia gave us nothing

Citizens of Serbia are convinced the biggest ammonuts of money come from Russia, but the truth is different. Moscow gives Belgrade only loans, while the European union gives us donations.

- EU is at the top when it comes to donations, investments and exchange of goods. It was always like that. 


Boosting military ties significant for regional security

BELGRADE - The chiefs of staff of the armed forces of Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, generals Ljubisa Dikovic and Anto Jelec, on Wednesday expressed their readiness for further improvement of the cooperation between the two countries' armed forces and said that it is in the interest of regional stability.

Great opportunities for joint projects with Slovakia

BRATISLAVA - Opportunities are opening for Serbia and Slovackia to work together in the fields of energy, agriculture, finance and transportation, Zorana Mihajlovic, Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister and co-chairperson of the Serbia-Slovakia joint commission for economic cooperation, said at the end of her two-day visit to Slovakia Tuesday.