Selakovic: Serbia clearly military neutral, invests more in dialogue promotion

BELGRADE - Serbia was born out of struggle and we are all descendants of war veterans and today, in a time when everyone is increasingly insistent on differences, Serbia is clearly military neutral and invests more in promotion of dialogue, peace and stability, Serbian Minister of Labour, Employment and Veteran and Social Affairs Nikola Selakovic said before a World Veterans Federation (WVF) Ge

UN Chief accused Rich Countries and Energy Giants of squeezing Poor Countries

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has accused the world's rich nations and energy giants of squeezing poor countries with "predatory" interest rates and "crushing" fuel prices. Speaking to leaders of more than 40 countries in need, at a conference in Doha, Guterres said rich nations should provide $500 billion a year in aid:

Three women researchers win L’Oréal-UNESCO grants

Physicist Tanja Goričanec, biochemist Klara Kuret and chemical engineer Ana Oberlintner have won the national L'Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science scholarships for 2023.

The trio were awarded the €5,000 scholarships on 1 March to join the 46 promising young women researchers who have won the awards in Slovenia in the 17 years since the start of the programme.

Gasic, Johansson discuss illegal migration

BRUSSELS - Serbian Interior Minister Bratislav Gasic met on Monday in Brussels with EU Commissioner for Home Affairs Ylva Johansson to discuss implementation of an EU action plan for the Western Balkans aimed at solving joint challenges in the field of irregular migration, strengthening of border management and advancement of cooperation in readmission.

Von der Leyen: Managing the Bulgarian-Turkish Border is the Most Urgent Task for Strengthening EU's Land Borders

The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, defined the management of the Bulgarian-Turkish border as the most urgent task in connection with the strengthening of the land borders of the EU. She said this to the plenary hall of the European Parliament in Brussels during a debate on migration and asylum.