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Prime minister receives Russia's foreing minister

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic spoke on Thursday with Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergei Lavrov, who was on a two-day visit to Serbia. At the meeting, it was jointly estimated that economic

"Serbia's ties with Russia pose no danger to Kosovo" - NATO

Cooperation between Serbia and Russia does not pose any danger to Kosovo, said NATO commanders during their visit to the KFOR base in Pristina. The base was visited by Deputy Supreme Allied Commander

US embassy attacker didn't blow himself up - police

Montenegrin police said that Dalibor Jaukovic, who on Thursday threw a hand grenade at the US embassy in Podgrica, did not commit suicide afterwards. Instead, he activated another device accidentally,

"I love Russia - because I love Serbia," says Serbian FM

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov late on Thursday presented a Russian state decoration, the Order of Friendship, to his Serbian counterpart Ivica Dacic. Dacic has been given this award for his

Cold wave from Siberia to reach Serbia, region

Very cold weather and more snow are expected in Serbia starting on Sunday, February 25. The Hydro-Meteorological Institute (RHMZ) announced this on its website on Thursday.

Serbia "dug itself out of hole, with flying colors" - IMF

Serbia has successfully completed a USD 1.32 billion three-year program with the IMF, that expires on February 22, the financial organization has announced. Serbia exits the program "boasting

"Makes more sense for US to revoke Kosovo recognition"

Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says it is more logical for the US and the UK to withdraw their recognition of Kosovo - than for Russia to recognize it. The comment, made after Dacic's meeting in

Russian FM attends unveiling of mosaic in Church of St. Sava

The central composition of the mosaic in the dome of the Church of St. Sava in Belgrade has been officially presented. Among those attending the unveiling on Thursday were Serbian President Aleksandar

"Intensive cooperation with Greece in various fields"

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic received today on courtesy call Greek Minister of Tourism Elena Kountoura. Kountoura is in Belgrade attending the Tourism Fair,

If only they'd recognize Kosovo... Thaci talks Moscow's role

Hashim Thaci says Russia could play "a very positive role for the peace process" if it were to recognize Kosovo. If that happened, the Kosovo president told the German daily Die Tageszeitung, Belgrade

Slovenian president responds to criticism from Belgrade

President of Slovenia Borut Pahor has responded to the criticism leveled against him by top Serbian officials. It concerns Pahor's statement that Slovenia would work to ensure Kosovo is recognized by

"Serbia and Russia have been through thick and thin"

Aleksandar Vucic has stressed that in the 180 years since the establishment of Serbia-Russia diplomatic relations, "we never went against each other." This is a rare example of any two nations in the

"If US joins Kosovo talks, Russia won't stand aside"

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov stressed in Belgrade on Wednesday evening that Russia and Serbia are partners who do not impose anything on each other. As he said, Moscow welcomes Serbia's

Man who attacked US embassy was Serbian citizen

Montenegrin police suspect that the man who attacked the US embassy in Podgorica was Dalibor Jaukovic, a Serbian citizen. The police on Thursday confirmed this report by the Montenegrin daily Vijesti.

"Alexander of Macedonia" no more: Highway name changed

Workers in Macedonia on Wednesday removed a sign reading "Alexander of Macedonia" from a highway that will be renamed to "Friendship." Macedonia recently also decided to rename Skopje's Alexander the

"Djindjic was mafioso, let's honor Milosevic instead"

Opposition SRS leader Vojislav Seselj says his party will "fight against the decision to raise a monument to Zoran Djindjic." Seselj, who heads the SRS list in the upcoming local election in the city

Report: 28 rifles stolen from police in western Serbia town

"An entire arsenal" of surplus weapons has been stolen from the premises of the Police Administration (PU) in the town of Uzice, the daily Blic is reporting. According to the article, 28 M-48 rifles

Another patient dies from measles complications

A woman who worked at the Endocrinology Ward of the Clinical Center of Serbia has died from the consequences of measles infection, b92.net has learned. The woman, who has not been named, died two days

European Commission president to visit Belgrade on Feb. 26

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will visit Belgrade on Monday, February 26. Juncker will arrive here as part of his tour of the Western Balkans to confirm the region's European

Serbian and Russian foreign ministers pen joint op-ed

Major tasks to further strengthen the inexhaustible potential of the Serbian-Russian partnership lie ahead of us today, say Ivica Dacic and Sergei Lavrov. "We want to continue work on strengthening