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Vucic and Poroshenko about Serbia’s sovereignty in Kosovo (RTS)

By   /  13/06/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic arrived in Eskişehir (Turkey) where he met with President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko immediately after his arrival with whom he discussed bilateral relations and economic cooperation, reports radio Television of Serbia (RTS). Vucic and Poroshenko discussed bilateral relations and economic cooperation, and the Ukrainian president said that his country respects the […]

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Ukraine takes Belgrade’s side in latest Kosovo flareup (Tanjug)

By   /  29/03/2018  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Ukraine’s ambassador to Serbia says the government in Pristina showed itself to be “completely irresponsible” in the case of Marko Djuric’s arrest. “Ukraine supports Serbia completely in this case,” Oleksandr Aleksandrovych told N1, and pointed out that his country has not recognized Kosovo, and supports the Brussels agreement and the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue. “I was at […]

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FM Dacic explains why he won’t receive Ukraine’s ambassador (B92, Tanjug)

By   /  22/11/2017  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

The Serbian Foreign Ministry (MFA) said on Tuesday it remained committed to overcoming disagreements and enhancing bilateral relations with Ukraine. This comes despite the insistence by Ukraine’s ambassador to Belgrade on the stance that Russia is using Serbia to create chaos and provoke a war in the Balkans, Tanjug reported, citing a press release issued […]

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We have “big hole” in diplomatic relations – FM (B92, TV Pink)

By   /  09/11/2017  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic thinks Serbia has a “big hole in diplomatic relations, because it underestimates some countries” – that are her friends. Speaking for TV Pink, Dacic said this concerns those countries to whom “(Yugoslav president) Tito still means something,” and who have “great positive memories from past relations with Yugoslavia.” “If you never […]

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Zeman on double standards in case of Kosovo (BETA, RTS)

By   /  11/10/2017  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Czech President, Milos Zeman assessed Russian annexation of Crimea as completed act and proposed that Russia pays compensation to Ukraine for the lost territory, either financially or with raw material, BETA news agency reported. Zeman again said Kosovo is an example of double standards, Serbian media reported. During debate in the Parliamentary Assembly of the […]

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Stop Poking the Russian Bear (The National Interest)

By   /  21/08/2017  /  International  /  No Comments

Western intrusion into traditional Russian spheres of influence, areas under the sway of Moscow for three centuries or more, represents a highly provocative and destabilizing policy. Note: this article is part of a symposium on U.S.-Russia relations included in the September/October 2017 issue of the National Interest. War between Russia and the West seems nearly […]

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Ukraine’s ambassador to Serbia: Why are you doing this? (B92, Blic)

By   /  22/12/2016  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Ukraine’s Ambassador in Belgrade Oleksandr Aleksandrovych says Serbia’s vote against a UN resolution on Crimea “could return like a boomerang.” “There’s an English expression – ‘to shoot yourself in the foot’. I believe that is exactly what Serbia has done with such a vote, because at some point in the future, such a decision may […]

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EU Council, European Parliament reach compromise on visa-free travel for Ukraine, Georgia and Kosovo (TV Most, TASS)

By   /  08/12/2016  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

The Council of the European Union and the European Parliament have come to terms over the mechanism that would allow to suspend visa-free agreements which needed to be done before Ukraine, Georgia and Kosovo could be granted visa-free travel rights, a source in the EU Council told TASS. “Yes, during inter-institutional consultations a compromise has […]

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Dačić thanks Ukraine for active participation in Kfor (Tanjug)

By   /  29/07/2016  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic held a meeting with Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze in Belgrade on Thursday at which they noted a mutual commitment to territorial integrity as the basic principle of peaceful development of international relations. Dacic thanked Ukraine for its active participation in Kfor, whose troops, with […]

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Ukraine’s vice PM says her country won’t recognize Kosovo (B92)

By   /  28/07/2016  /  Serb. Monitoring  /  No Comments

Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Ivanna Klympush-Tsintsadze met in Belgrade on Thursday. They discussed “bilateral relations” and “agreed it was important that the leaderships of Serbia and Ukraine support the territorial integrity of both countries,” Tanjug reported, quoting a statement issued by the Serbian government. Vucic said he “hoped to […]

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