The development of natural gas interconnectors in the region was on the agenda at a meeting of the prime ministers of Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia in the Bulgarian Danube city […]
Since the official start of campaigning in the runup to Serbia’s ahead-of-schedule national parliamentary elections on March 16 2014, opinion po ...
Branko Lazarevic, Serbian chargé d’affaires in Greece and former chief of staff to Serbian prime minister Ivica Dacic when the latter was interior ...
Serbia’s war crimes court has convicted nine former members of a paramilitary group for the 1999 massacre of more than 100 ethnic Albanian civil ...
Serbia has demonstrated that politics is indeed the art of the possible. Thirsty for any successful story in the Balkans, the European Union rewarded Belgrade for the agreement with Prishtina, […]
The Kosovo government says that within the month of February, it is expecting to strike a new deal with Belgrade in relation to the agreement between the two countries. Kosovo […]
Code Red weather warnings have been issued for the Banat region of north-eastern Serbia and large parts of southern Austria for February 3 2014 while countries including Romania, Serbia and […]
Serbia’s president has dissolved parliament and called for early elections, in an effort to garner more popular support for economic and social reforms. President Tomislav Nikolic on Wednesday scheduled a […]
The Serbian government would propose on January 28 2014 to president Tomislav Nikolic to dissolve parliament and to call elections for March 16, justice minister Nikola Selakovic said. Selakovic said […]
Serbia, which began European Union accession negotiations on January 21 2014, has welcomed the offer of assistance from Bulgaria in the process, it emerged after a meeting between the foreign […]