The President of Serbia, Tomislav Nikolić, attended the opening ceremony of Serbia’s Honorary Consulate in St. Petersburg on Wednesday. After the ceremony, Nikolić gave an exclusive interview to TASS Russian media agency – discussing the nation’s ties with Russia and his views on Serbia’s EU and NATO integration.
Recent cases in the Court in the Serbian town of Dimitrovgrad, which borders with Bulgaria, have revealed details of a human smuggling chain through the so-called “Balkans route”.
BELGRADE, Serbia – On August 16, the US Vice President Joe Biden met with top Serbian officials in Belgrade. Downtown, demonstrators affiliated with the Serbian Radical Party welcomed Biden with banners that said, “We Don’t Want Biden, Trump is In Our Hearts!” and “Biden Get Out!”.
Physical altercations with citizens due to illegal street sales, or the lack of “BusPlus” tickets for the public transport, arresting activists, and preventing news crews from doing their jobs are just some of the examples being brought to light after the public was asked whether the Serbian Municipal police is using excessive force, even when …
Yesterday evening, August 1, the Prime Minister of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić announced that he sent a letter to EU officials, in which he raised concerns about the situation in the West Balkans and the Croatian policies towards Serbia, which he qualified as “anti-Serb”.
BELGRADE, Serbia — Serbia sent an official objection to the annulment of the 1946 conviction of Catholic archbishop Alojzije Stepinac, claiming the Court’s decision is an attempt to rehabilitate fascism and the Independent State of Croatia (NDH).
Yesterday, July 27, Croatian Foreign Minister Miro Kovač …
Today, while commenting on the recent development in Serbian EU negotiations, the Vice-Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Serbia, Ivica Dačić, accused the Croatian government of anti-Serb sentiments.
The Serbian Government is constantly promising the elimination of duplicate functions, but, five officials will again have more than one function over the next four years.
After it was announced that the EU confirmed the opening Chapters 23 and 24 for Serbia, Croatia responded by forming a Monitoring Commission.
Yesterday during the EU Conference on Serbian negotiation, Serbia opened two new Chapters – 23 and 24, thus ending the three-month blockade imposed by Croatia.