Slovakia's reaction to the 2008 Kosovo declaration of independence

OSCE Likely to Help Kosovo Serbs Vote in Serbian Poll

The OSCE mission in Kosovo said it is prepared to facilitate the process of enabling ethnic Serbs in Kosovo to vote in the Serbian general elections as soon as Belgrade and Pristina agree on the details."There is an expectation for the OSCE to carry out a process in Kosovo that would enable eligible voters to exercise their right in the context of Serbian parliamentary elections of 24 April," O

Serbian President Slammed for 'Civil War' Comment

Nikolic's comment, sparked by alleged new demands placed on Serbia by the EU over Kosovo, was inflammatory and "very harmful" for Serbian society, said Aleksandar Popov, from Centre for Regionalism NGO.

"Those words were too strong and it was very irresponsible to make such statements especially when you hold the position of president," Popov said.

PM receives Slovak ambassador in farewell visit

Serbia's Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic received on Friday Slovakia's outgoing Ambassador Jan Varso.

Vucic thanked the diplomat "for the cooperation and personal contribution to improving relations between Serbia and Slovakia" - and "for Slovakia's principled position concerning the non-recognition of the unilateral declaration of independence of Kosovo."

Thaci accepts NGO's invitation to attend Belgrade event

Thaci accepts NGO's invitation to attend Belgrade event

BELGRADE -- Kosovo Foreign Minister and Deputy PM Hashim Thaci has accepted an invitation "to come to Belgrade" on April 24, his deputy has confirmed.

According to Petrit Selimi, Thaci has provided "a preliminary positive reply." He added that "it is now the task for the Serbian authorities to guarantee his safe stay."

Foreign Ministry reacts to Rama's statement

BELGRADE - The Serbian Foreign Ministry has reacted to the statement by Albania's Prime Minister Edi rama about a potential unification of Albania and Kosovo by sending appropriate instructions to all of Serbia's missions to international organisations, embassies in EU countries, members of the UNSecurity Council and neighbouring states, the daily Danas from Belgrade has reported.