Vote to Scrap Cyrillic in Vukovar Angers Serbia

Serbia has protested after Vukovar town council on Monday said that signs in Cyrillic, the script of the Serbian minority in Croatia, will no longer be displayed on town institutions, squares and streets.

The receipt of any official note in Cyrillic in Vukovar will also now require a special request and payment of a fee of three euros.

Energy Minister: There is no conflict between Romania and Serbia on situation at Iron Gates

Romanian and Serbian experts are seeking solutions to ensure the electricity production at the Iron Gates, so that there aren't any excesses that could determine the accentuated decrease in the Danube water levels and that could lead to environment and navigation issues, Energy Minister Andrei Gerea announced on Wednesday.

Travel Corridor 10 in Serbia over the next year

BELGRADE - The Road Corridor X section through Serbia will be completed by the end of next year, State Secretary with the Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Miodrag Poledica said at the opening of a conference titled "Transport and Logistics of South East Europe and Danube Region - TIL 2015" on Thursday.

Serbia-US direct flights coming soon

BELGRADE - The Serbian government adopted Thursday an agreement on air traffic between Serbia and the United States, by which the Ministry of Construction Industry, Transport and Infrastructure has made it possible for national airline to be the first one in former Yugoslavia to have direct transatlantic flights after almost 16 years.

38-Year-Old Worker Crushed to Death By Heavy Machine in Ruse

A 38-year-old man was crushed to death by a 40-tonne machine in a unit of the former heavy machine production plant in the Danube city of Ruse.

The incident happened at the end of the workday on Monday, according to reports of local police, as cited by the Bulgarian National Television.

The team of emergency doctors could do nothing but register the death.