Budapest-Belgrade railway: Orbán flirts with China

By |september 23rd, 2019|Belgrade, Budapest, China, Hungary, News, Port of Piraeus, Railway, Viktor Orbán|

Hungary has signed a deal with China to modernise the railway link between Budapest and Belgrade. The project - the first major Chinese infrastructure deal inside the EU - aims to facilitate the distribution of goods arriving at the Chinese-owned port of Piräus, but critics say it might be a waste of taxpayer money.

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It is not easy being LGBT in Serbia

By |september 14th, 2017|Aleksandar Vučić, Ana Brnabić, Belgrade, Brankica Janković, LGBT, Nenad Petković, News, Serbia|

Belgrade's annual Pride Week began on Monday (11 September) and will end with a march on Sunday (17 September). Pride parades were held over the past few years with strong security measures and, in the meantime, Serbia elected a gay prime minister. EUR...

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Report: Local government debt a threat to Serbia’s public finances

By |junij 29th, 2017|Belgrade, Kragujevac, News, NIS, Novi Sad, Serbia|

If the Serbian government does not take the necessary steps, the debts of local governments, which currently reach 4% of GDP, will sink public finances, the Fiscal Council has warned. EURACTIV.rs reports.

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Mogherini to Western Balkans: EU door remains open

By |maj 26th, 2017|Albania, Aleksandar Vučić, Belgrade, Denis Zvizdić, Dusko Markovic, Edi Rama, Federica Mogherini, Isa Mustafa, Johannes Hahn, Kosov, Macedonia, Montenegro, News, NIS, Pristina, Serbia, Zoran Zaev|

EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini held separate meetings with six prime ministers from the West Balkans in Brussels on Wednesday (on May 24). The talks come amid concerns over the possible rise of tensions in the Western Balkans. EURACTIV Ser...

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The Savamala case: A year without progress

By |april 27th, 2017|Aleksandar Vučić, Belgrade, corruption, Let's Not Drown Belgrade, Ljuba Slavković, Miloš Janković, News, Radovan Lazić, Savamala, Serbia|

The failure of the Serbian judiciary to make tangible progress in resolving the bulldozing of buildings in Belgrade's Savamala district brought angry citizens out on the street again on 25 April, a year after the event occurred. EURACTIV.rs reports.

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