Prime Minister Viktor Orban said Sept. 26 that Hungary could not risk a halt to Russian gas supplies as it froze deliveries to Ukraine amid threats by Moscow
Russia and Ukraine are holding European Union-brokered talks on their long-running gas dispute as pressure mounts for a solution to head off a winter supply crisis in Ukraine and beyond
BELGRADE - The head of the Office for Human and Minority Rights Suzana Paunovic on Wednesday condemned the anti-Pride parade graffiti daubed in downtown Belgrade, and said that Serbia is ready for the LGBT parade.
"Over the past year, since last year's cancellation of the Pride parade, much has been done by both the state and the organisers," Paunovic told Tanjug.
Ukraine's Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin assured his Bulgarian counterpart Daniel Mitov, that the gas transit from Russa is not jeopardised, said Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry in a press statement.
The meeting between Mitov and Klimkin took place during the 69-th General Assembly of the UN, which takes place currently in New York.
Montenegro has decided to establish a special prosecution office for organized crime and corruption, war crimes and human trafficking - to prove that it is a serious candidate for membership of the European Union.
CACAK - Wreaths and flowers were laid on Tuesday at the memorial to the soldiers of four faiths at the city cemetery in Cacak, central Serbia, in memory of the WWI fallen in that area, and to mark the anniversary of setting up the memorial.
Serbia's Minister without Portfolio Velimir Ilic noted that the memorial was erected on the initiative of female residents of Cacak in 1934.
Ministry of Interior embarks on fundamental reforms
BELGRADE -- Serbian Ministry of Interior (MUP) has embarked on a series of fundamental reforms after the new government was formed
Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian rebels were battling around the airport near the insurgent stronghold of Donetsk