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Wesley Clark Wants to See Serbia in NATO

Wesley Clark Wants to See Serbia in NATO

“Retired Commander of NATO forces for Europe, Wesley Clark, hopes that Serbia will look up to Montenegro when it comes to NATO integration. In an interview for Podgorica’s daily “Dnevne novine” Clark said that Montenegro “is the cleanest example of values such as stability, rising above conflicts in […]

Srpska Lista Take 9/10 MunicipalitiesViewKosova

Srpska Lista Take 9/10 Municipalities

“According to the Serb List and the preliminary results, its leader and candidate for mayor of northern Kosovska Mitrovica Goran Rakic has also won convincingly. “There will be a runoff, but in four years,” said Rakic. Serb List representatives told RTV Pink that Rakic won 80 percent of […]

Serbia is Russia’s “Little Brother”InSerbia

Serbia is Russia’s “Little Brother”

“Serbia and Russia are carefully building and guarding their special ties, Serbian and Russian defense ministers Aleksandar Vulin and Sergei Shoigu have said. After ceremonially welcoming Shoigu – who is in Serbia for WW2 Belgrade Liberation Day celebrations – Vulin met with him at the Old General Staff […]

Chinese Aim for “Timeless” relations with SerbiaPhoto: Tanjug / Zoran Zestic

Chinese Aim for “Timeless” relations with Serbia

“President Aleksandar Vucic on Thursday received Chinese Ambassador Li Manchang, who handed him letters from Chinese President Xi Jinping and PM Li Keqiang. The ambassador conveyed to Vucic greetings from the president and the PM, noting that Xi had highlighted the exceptional and “timeless and friendly” relations between […]

Kosovo Serb Judges to be Sworn in on TuesdayPhoto: European Western Balkans

Kosovo Serb Judges to be Sworn in on Tuesday

“Forty-two Serbian judges and fourteen prosecutors are to be sworn in on Tuesday, when the Kosovo President, Hashim Thaci, bringing a decree about making this oath, according to the Office of the President of Kosovo. ‘The adoption decree for judges and prosecutors from non-majority communities in the Republic […]

China’s Electric Trains Run in SerbiaPhoto: Reuters/Marko Djurica

China’s Electric Trains Run in Serbia

“China’s first domestically produced electric locomotive began operating in Serbia, the Chinese manufacturer, CRRC Zhuzhou Locomotive, announced late Thursday. The locomotive will serve the busiest freight transport route on the Balkan Peninsula With a maximum speed of 140 km per hour and a rated power of 7,000 kW, […]

Belgrade Celebrates Liberation DayAl-Jazeera Balkans

Belgrade Celebrates Liberation Day

“The event, ‘Freedom 2017,’ marked the anniversary of the liberation of German-occupied Belgrade in the Second World War, carried out by the Yugoslav People’s Army and the Red Army. The ceremony started with the sounding of Serbia’s national anthem, followed by President Aleksandar Vucic reviewing the Vojna Srbija […]

Vucic “Allows” Kosovo Serb Judges to IntegratePhoto: Tanjug / Zoran Zestic

Vucic “Allows” Kosovo Serb Judges to Integrate

“President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic said that he gave permission for the swearing Serbian judges and prosecutors to enter into judicial system of Kosovo. “As for me, I gave approval as President and Government of Serbia after today’s session,” Vucic said at Batajnica airport, where he attended the […]

War Criminal to Teach at Serbian Military AcademyAssociated Press/ABC

War Criminal to Teach at Serbian Military Academy

“A former Serb general convicted of war crimes and two other commanders who took part in a bloody crackdown against Kosovo’s Albanians in the 1990s will be invited to teach at the Balkan country’s military academy, Serbia’s defense minister said Thursday. Defense Minister Aleksandar Vulin has praised former […]

Ambassador Scott’s Dumbfounded by War Criminal ProfessorVesna Andjic/RFERL

Ambassador Scott’s Dumbfounded by War Criminal Professor

“US Ambassador (to Serbia) Kyle Scott said he did not know the details and would not say whether future soldiers in Serbia should learn under officers of the Yugoslav Army who were convicted of war crimes, but said that is something that is unthinkable in the United States. […]