Serbia

Delta Holdings to Construct New 20 mln Hotel, Possibly a 200 mln MallPhoto: Delta Holdings

Delta Holdings to Construct New 20 mln Hotel, Possibly a 200 mln Mall

“Serbian diversified conglomerate Delta Holding plans to invest 20 million euro ($23.6 million) into the construction of a four-star hotel under the Indigo brand in Belgrade. The construction of Indigo, the first boutique hotel in Serbia, will take 18 months to complete, the deputy managing director of Delta […]

BiH Presidency Arrives in Belgrade

BiH Presidency Arrives in Belgrade

“Members of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina Dragan Covic, Bakir Izetbegovic and Mladen Ivanic¬†arrived in Belgrade tonight for talks with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, Prime Minister Ana Brnabic,¬†and other officials. One of the main topics at the dinner by Vucic prepared for the tripartite Presidency of Bosnia […]

Vucic – Kosovo Will Get UN Chair Only Through Agreement With SerbiaPhoto: Tanjug / Zoran Zestic

Vucic – Kosovo Will Get UN Chair Only Through Agreement With Serbia

“President Aleksandar Vucic says there is ‘no chance Kosovo will get a chair in the United Nations, except an agreement with Serbia.’ He said that Kosovo cannot get a place in the UN ‘under such conditions of political polarization and the existence of a multi-polar world.’ Vucic also […]

Vucic Meets Russian Amb. Chepurin to Plan for Dec. TripPhoto: Tanjug

Vucic Meets Russian Amb. Chepurin to Plan for Dec. Trip

“President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic and Ambassador of the Russian Federation Alexander Chepurin met in Belgrade today about the program for the forthcoming visit of the Serbian President to Moscow, where he will stay from December 18-20. The Russian diplomat said relations between Serbia and Russia were of […]

Stoltenberg – NATO Respects Serbia’s SovereigntyCounterCurrents.org

Stoltenberg – NATO Respects Serbia’s Sovereignty

“Serbia is an independent, sovereign country, and we respect its position that it does not want to join NATO, but that is not an obstacle for strengthening cooperation, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in Brussels. ‘We do not talk about Serbia’s NATO membership. Serbia has made it […]

Serbia to Celebrate New Holiday – Warrior DayPhoto: Vesna Andjic/RFERL

Serbia to Celebrate New Holiday – Warrior Day

“On the occasion of the Day of Military Veterans, Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin said that this date should be marked as Day of the Warrior in the future. ‘Every country has a day to celebrate those who fought for it, Serbia needs it, and we have a war […]

Serbia WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Serbia to Open EU Chapter in December; Dacic and Vulin Question UN Removal of Haradinaj From Interpol; Vucic Blasts EU Double Standards Over Praljak, Croatia; Balkan Quadrilateral Talks in Belgrade This WeekPhoto: Yupi76/Fliiby

Serbia WEEKEND ROUNDUP: Serbia to Open EU Chapter in December; Dacic and Vulin Question UN Removal of Haradinaj From Interpol; Vucic Blasts EU Double Standards Over Praljak, Croatia; Balkan Quadrilateral Talks in Belgrade This Week

“Serbia will on December 11 open new chapters in its accession negotiations with the EU, Tanjug reported on Thursday. This will happen during the inter-governmental conference, the agency said. Tanjug’s sources in Brussels said that consent of all 28 EU members is still awaited, and that whether two […]

What Is Balkan News Saying About the Atlantic Council Event?Photo: Atlantic Council

What Is Balkan News Saying About the Atlantic Council Event?

What a busy day it was for us at Balkan Insider at the Atlantic Council event “A Coming Storm? Shaping a Balkan Future in an Era of Uncertainty.” We live tweeted the event from our Twitter, @Balkan_Insider and now we are here to compile a list of local […]

Brnabic and Li – China and Russian Cooperation at a High LevelSarajevo Times

Brnabic and Li – China and Russian Cooperation at a High Level

Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic and Chinese Prime Minister Li Kequiang have concluded talks at the 16+1 meeting in Budapest. Brnabic was extremely thankful for Chinese and Hungarian involvement to the rail line between Serbia and Hungary, Chinese continued support in nonrecognition of Kosovo, and the excitement for […]