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This and next year to be “crucial for Serbia’s EU bid” (B92)

By   /  18/04/2018  /  Headlines Serbian Media  /  No Comments

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This and next year to be “crucial for Serbia’s EU bid” (B92)

By   /  18/04/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic met on Tuesday with Head of the EU Delegation to Serbia Sem Fabrizi. Fabrizi presented the Report of the European Commission on Serbia’s progress in the process of EU accession, the Serbian government announced on its website. Brnabic told in a joint press conference that this annual report is good and […]

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Kosovo Minister of Education: Serbian schools in Kosovo continue to work under the system of Serbia (Blic, KIM radio, Telegrafi)

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Kosovo Minister of Education: Serbian schools in Kosovo continue to work under the system of Serbia (Blic, KIM radio, Telegrafi)

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Kosovo’s Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Shyqiri Bytyqi, said that the Serbian schools in Kosovo continue to implement the system of the Republic of Serbia, as well as that they do not submit reports to the said ministry, Belgrade based daily Blic reports, quoting the Pristina’s portal Telegrafi. Bytyqi claimed that attempts were made […]

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Gerxhaliu: Economic cooperation 100 steps ahead of politics; Kosovo Manufacturers Club calls for boycott of the Pristina fair (Serbian media)

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Gerxhaliu: Economic cooperation 100 steps ahead of politics; Kosovo Manufacturers Club calls for boycott of the Pristina fair (Serbian media)

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The Fair Pristina 2018 organized by the Chamber of Commerce of Kosovo, starts today and will last until 21 April. President of the Chamber of Commerce of Kosovo Safet Gerxhaliu told RTV KIM yesterday that “Pristina will be the capital of the Balkans, since more than 180 companies from all over the region are gathering […]

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“The Law on Religious Freedom significant for the Serbian community” (RTK2)

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“The Law on Religious Freedom significant for the Serbian community” (RTK2)

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RTK2 reports that the Parliamentary Committee on Rights and Interests of Communities and Returns was supposed to consider the Law on Religious Freedom, but that this was not done today due to the absence of a majority of the members of this assembly body. The Law on Religious Freedom is very important, especially for the […]

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Palmer: No special pressure on Belgrade (Serbian media)

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Palmer: No special pressure on Belgrade (Serbian media)

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Acting Deputy Assistant US State Secretary Matthew Palmer says that America expects that Belgrade and Pristina, despite problems, continue their dialogue and he hopes for a normalization of relations by the end of the year. Palmer told the Voice of America in Serbian language that America does not “put special pressure on Belgrade” in the […]

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“Pristina admitted that Americans conduct their policy” (B92)

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“Pristina admitted that Americans conduct their policy” (B92)

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Pristina authorities have admitted that Americans conduct their foreign policy, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has said. Vucic made this comment after Ramush Haradinaj told Belgrade-based Happy TV that Kosovo “does not have a foreign policy and belongs to the club led by America.” During the same interview, the Kosovo prime minister was asked if he […]

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