All posts tagged Serbia

  • UN war crimes court acquits two Milosevic allies
    May 31, 2013, by Lisa Bryant of VOANews

    A United Nations war crimes court has acquitted two key allies of former Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic. The men were accused  of involvement in murder and other crimes committed by […]

  • Serbs among top alcohol consumers in Europe
    May 3, 2013, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    An average citizen of Serbia consumes between 11 and 13 litres of alcoholic beverages every year. By consumption of alcohol, Serbia is number four in Europe, which is a very […]

  • Serbian parliament endorses agreement with Kosovo
    April 28, 2013, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    The majority of Serbian parties represented in parliament supported the agreement about normalisation of relations between Belgrade and Pristina. The agreement that had been initialled in Brussels on April 19 and […]

  • Serbian president Nikolić apologises to Bosniak people
    April 26, 2013, by Independent Balkan News Agency

    Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić, “on behalf of Serbia and Serbian people”, apologised to Bosniak people for the crimes committed in Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina, in July 1995. The army of […]

  • European Commission recommends membership talks with Serbia
    April 22, 2013, by VOANews

    The European Union’s executive commission has recommended opening membership negotiations with Serbia. The Serbian government has approved a potentially landmark agreement to normalize relations with Kosovo that could end years [&hell ...

  • Serbia and Kosovo achieve deal in EU-brokered dialogue
    April 19, 2013, by The Sofia Globe staff

    European Union-brokered dialogue between the prime ministers of Serbia and Kosovo resulted, after a 10th round of negotiations, in the initialing of a 15-point agreement on April 29 2013. Dialogue […]

  • Spring in the Balkans?
    April 19, 2013, by Clive Leviev-Sawyer

    If the Balkans have a crowd symbol, it is the traditional circular dance; the symbolism has been especially apt in the process of the countries of the former Yugoslavia joining […]