Serbian citizens arrested with EUR 1mn worth of cocaine

According to a statement, 23 kilograms of high purity cocaine were seized during a joint operation of Serbian and Greek police, and the US DEA.

B92 has learned that the operation took place on Monday in Preveza, a town in northwestern Greece. Five persons have been arrested - four foreigners and one Greek, aged between 47 and 57.

Mergermarket: Telenor Sells its Bulgarian Operator to a US Fund

Norwegian telecom Telenor negotiates with a US fund to sell its businesses in Bulgaria, Serbia and Montenegro for a price of 2 billion euros. This is reported by the specialized Mergermarket, referring to three unofficial sources. Capital has confirmed from a single source that the prospective buyer has been selected as exclusive in December.

Brnabic: We are hoping for Norwegian investments in IT, energy

OSLO - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic met with representatives of the Norwegian employers' union on Thursday, noting that she was hoping for Norwegian investments in the Serbian IT and energy sectors.

Speaking to reporters after the meeting, she said Telenor had presented its experiences in Serbia, commending Serbian engineers and their knowledge.

Dacic visits Norway

BELGRADE - At the invitation of FM Borge Brende, Serbia's First Deputy PM and FM Ivica Dacic is on a two-day visit to Norway, where he will speak with his counterpart and meet with members of the standing parliamentary committee on foreign affairs and defence.

Dacic will also visit the headquarters of telecoms giant Telenor, which has a significant market share in Serbia.

Telenor Fined BGN 5.2 M By Bulgaria's Competition Protection Commission

Telecoms operator Telenor has been fined over BGN 5.2 M by the Commission for the Protection of Competition (KZK) because it misled customers about the speed of the 4-G network offered by the company for nearly a year and, thus, attracted clients by violating the rules of competition.