Serbian reactions on United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union are mixed: the Prime Minister, President and other high-ranking officials are cautious in their comments and they unanimously emphasise that […]
Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic signed on June 20 a document that expresses the willingness o ...
In what was hardly a surprise move, the Holy Synod of the Russian Orthodox Church called on June 13 for the postponement of the Pan-Orthodox Council d ...
The European Commission proposed on May 4 2016 to lift visa requirements for the people of Kosovo. In a statement announcing the proposal, made to the ...
Aleksander Vucic’s Serbian Progressive Party won an estimated 56.2 per cent of the votes in Serbia’s parliamentary elections on April 24 2016, which if confirmed by official results would give […]
Serbians elect a new parliament on Sunday April 24. Aleksandar Vucic is a sure winner in the election; the question is only whether his conservative party will achieve an absolute […]
The supreme court in Belgrade has said that it will pronounce judgment on the application by Bulgaria for the extradition of Tsvetan Vassilev, former majority shareholder in insolvent Corporate Commercial […]
Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic is asking to be released from prison pending his appeal on his conviction for genocide and other atrocities, saying his continued detention is ruining […]
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) on March 31 2016 acquitted Vojislav Šešelj, president of the Serbian Radical Party and a former member of the Assembly of […]
Security authorities in Macedonia have boosted security measures in the northern area of the country on the border with Serbia. The Ministry of Interior has boosted security measures in the […]