NALED: Serbia to invest 100 mln euros in AI development by 2026

BELGRADE - Serbia will invest 100 mln euros in development of artificial intelligence (AI) by 2026, Serbia's National Alliance for Local Economic Development (NALED) announced on Thursday.

In a statement, it said a new AI development strategy until 2030 was due to provide a strategic framework for the undertaking.

Stano dismisses reports Borrell has postponed trips to Belgrade, Pristina

BRUSSELS - European Commission spokesperson Peter Stano dismissed on Tuesday as "absolute nonsense" reports that EU foreign policy and security chief Josep Borrell had postponed visits to Belgrade and Pristina following discussions with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Pristina's PM Albin Kurti in Munich.

Teodosic leads Red Star to victory in Korac Cup final

NIS - Red Star Belgrade have successfully defended their title in the Serbian national basketball cup - the Radivoj Korac Cup - after a 85-79 (15-18, 28-26, 25-19, 17-16) win over arch-rivals Partizan in the final on Saturday evening.

Red Star won their fourth consecutive Radivoj Korac Cup and their 13th cup title in club history.

Red Star through to eighth consecutive Korac Cup final

NIS - Serbian basketball champions Red Star Belgrade are through to their eighth consecutive Radivoj Korac Cup final after an 87-52 win over Cacak 94 in the semi-finals in Nis on Friday evening.

In the final of the national basketball cup, Red Star will face the winner of the other semi-final between Partizan Belgrade and Vojvodina Novi Sad.


Serbian, Republika Srpska officials lay wreaths at Karadjordje's sarcophagus

OPLENAC - Serbian Deputy PM and Defence Minister Milos Vucevic, Republika Srpska PM Radovan Viskovic and Serbian Minister of Labour, Employment and Veteran and Social Affairs Nikola Selakovic laid wreaths at Karadjordje's sarcophagus in the Church of St George at Oplenac, central Serbia, on Thursday on occasion of Serbia's Statehood Day.

Brnabic: Sretenje Constitution proclaimed freedom, independence as our fundamental values

KRAGUJEVAC - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic said on Thursday the 1835 Serbian Constitution, also known as the Sretenje (The Meeting of the Lord) Constitution, had proclaimed freedom, independence and peacefulness as the fundamental values of Serbs.