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Medvedev confirms support for Serbia as it readies free trade deal with Eurasia

By |oktober 21st, 2019|Eurasian economic union, News, Russia, Serbia|

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev reiterated Moscow's support for Serbia during a visit to Belgrade on Saturday (19 October) and announced the signing of a free trade agreement between Serbia and the Russian-led Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Medvedev confirms support for Serbia as it readies free trade deal with Eurasia

Three countries agree mini Schengen in the Balkans

By |oktober 11th, 2019|Aleksandar Vučić, Edi Rama, EU-Serbia relations, News, North Macedonia, Serbia, Serbia-Kosovo conflict, Western Balkans, Zoran Zaev|

Three Western Balkan EU hopefuls, Albania, North Macedonia and Serbia, have decided to advance regional cooperation by forming the so-called "mini-Schengen" in order to improve life and the economy in the region until the EU opens its doors to them.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Three countries agree mini Schengen in the Balkans

Serbia in the EU in 2025 – mission (im)possible

By |april 5th, 2019|enlargement, enlargement fatigue, Montenegro, News, Russia, Serbia, Western Balkans|

Serbia's accession to the EU in 2025 seems unrealistic, given its slow pace of progress, though not entirely impossible, civil society representatives have said but warned that neither Belgrade nor Brussels were trying very hard. EURACTIV Serbia reports.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Serbia in the EU in 2025 – mission (im)possible

Serbs keep protesting, opposition and authorities announce mass rallies

By |marec 28th, 2019|corruption, free media, News, protests, Serbia|

Serbian citizens have been protesting for four months, asking the government to ensure media freedom, crack down on corruption and tackle issues like unemployment, poverty, and the young generation's brain-drain. EURACTIV Serbia reports.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Serbs keep protesting, opposition and authorities announce mass rallies

Serbia and Eurasian Union remove last obstacle to free trade deal

By |marec 14th, 2019|Eurasian Union, News, Russia, Serbia|

Serbia and the members of the Moscow-led Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) have resolved controversial issues related to brandy and cheese quotas, paving the way for signing a comprehensive free trade agreement.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Serbia and Eurasian Union remove last obstacle to free trade deal

Serbia foreign minister: We want border demarcation with Kosovo

By |februar 21st, 2019|demarcation, Ivica Dacic, Kosovo, News, Serbia, Vuk Jeremic|

Serbia's official position in the dialogue with Kosovo is to go for a border demarcation along ethnic lines between Belgrade and its former province, Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić has said without elaborating further. Dačić's statement was met with protests in both Belgrade and Priština.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Serbia foreign minister: We want border demarcation with Kosovo

Serbia snags piece of Turkish Stream pipeline pie

By |februar 13th, 2019|energy, Gas, News, pipeline, Russia, Serbia, Turkey, united states of america|

Serbia has been given the go-ahead to build a section of the Turkish Stream pipeline from the Bulgarian to the Hungarian border, so long as not only Russian gas is transmitted through the pipeline. EURACTIV Serbia reports.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Serbia snags piece of Turkish Stream pipeline pie

European elections also important for countries striving to join EU

By |februar 7th, 2019|Dušan Reljić, elections, EU elections 2019, Ksenija Milenković, News, Serbia, Suzana Grubješić|

Although Serbian citizens will not vote in the European Parliament election in May, its outcome is certainly of interest to them because it will affect the future course and pace of the EU candidate country's negotiations with Brussels.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za European elections also important for countries striving to join EU

Rise in attacks on journalists in Serbia prompts concerns for press freedom

By |januar 31st, 2019|journalist safety, journalists, Milan Jovanović, News, Popović Ivković, Reporters Without Borders, Serbia, Vukašin Obradović|

Over the past year, 102 cases of pressure and attacks on journalists and other media professionals have been documented in Serbia. What is particularly worrisome is the upward trend in the number of such cases in the EU candidate country.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Rise in attacks on journalists in Serbia prompts concerns for press freedom

Kosovo to keep tariffs until Serbia grants recognition, insists PM

By |januar 24th, 2019|Aleksandar Vučić, Bosnia, Federica Mogherini, Hashim Thaçi, Kosovo, News, Ramush Haradinaj, Serbia, tariffs, Taxes|

Kosovo's prime minister refuses to lift tariffs on imports from Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia, despite external and internal pressure to back down. EURACTIV Serbia reports.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Kosovo to keep tariffs until Serbia grants recognition, insists PM