The Party of Democratic Action, SDA, based on 86 per cent of counted votes, will likely take the lead position in Bosnia's new state-level government after it won around 28 per cent of the votes in the country's Federation entity - around 233,000 votes in all.
BELGRADE - Serbian Agriculture Minister Snezana Bogosavljevic-Boskovic said Wednesday that Serbia is not affected by the trade embargo between Russia, the European Union and the United States, and expressed hope that Serbia will soon obtain the license to export meat cuts to the Russian market again.
BELGRADE - 'I Defended Young Bosnia', a film written and directed by Srdjan Koljevic, premiered on Tuesday evening at Belgrade's Sava Center.
The cast and the crew were greeted with a long applause from the audience, which included many political and public figures, as well as colleagues from the film industry, who came to support this interesting and significant project.
BELGRADE - The elections for members of the national minority councils scheduled for October 26 will be held at 880 polling stations and involve 487,371 voters, the public journal Official Gazette has reported.
Bulgaria will increase defence spending in line with decisions of the recent NATO summit in Wales to address global challenges, President Rosen Plevneliev said on Friday.
"The crisis in Ukraine returned us to harsh reality," Plevneliev said at a defence industry forum in Sofia attended by senior NATO officials and representatives of Bulgarian military plants and research institutes.
BELGRADE - The road to democracy is difficult and challenging, and if the rule of law is to be fully established in Serbia, the sources of corruption need to be reduced and the judiciary put in order, said the participants of the conference on Freedom Barometer 2014.
BELGRADE - The Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) on Thursday welcomed the progress achieved by Serbia in the EU accession process, announcing that it will continue to support the Serbian government in further consolidation of the reform process.
The IMF has lowered its prediction of growth in Montenegrin GDP from 2.8 per cent to 2.3 per cent amid concerns of the impact of the eurozone crisis and sluggish demand for goods and services.