“Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said tonight (Sunday) in London, where she will take part in the Western Balkans Investment Summit, she will have a ‘good opportunity’ to hear her views on the Western Balkans from British Prime Minister Theresa May.

Brnabic, who will attend the summit in London, which is organized by the British Prime Minister for the Western Balkans, tells RTS that this is a good opportunity to get to know each other.

‘At this moment there is a good opportunity to meet and hear from Theresa May about her point of view of the Western Balkans. I will see how this fits into our further strategy, but there is certainly a lot of potential for better cooperation between Serbia and Great Britain,’ Brnabic said.” (translated from Blic)

“Three intergovernmental agreements, on rail transport, natural gas, and labour policies, were signed between Serbia and Bulgaria have been signed in the presence of visiting president Aleksandar Vučić and Bulgarian Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva.

In Sofia, Vučić and Zaharieva discussed issues of bilateral interest, as well as topics related to the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the EU, Bulgaria’s Foreign Ministry said.

Zaharieva said that trade turnover between the two countries had risen by 40 per cent in 2017, which also had seen a 14 per cent increase in tourists.

She informed the Serbian president of the support that the Western Balkans Strategy received from EU foreign ministers during their informal meeting in Sofia.

The first of three agreements signed, by the respective ministers of the two countries, was a memorandum of understanding on improving the efficiency of rail transport.” (IBNA)

“Belgrade and Pristina will continue technical dialogue on the implementation of the Brussels Agreement, tomorrow in Brussels.

It is envisaged that the talks will last for two days, and the full implementation of all the achieved agreements, as well as the implemention of the yet unimplemented agreements from the Brussels Agreement will be discussed, but the key issue to be discussed will be the formation of the Community of Serb Municipalities.

Expert delegations from Belgrade and Pristina, led by the head of the Office for Kosovo, Marko Đurić, and Pristina’s chief negotiator Avni Arifi, one of the closest associates of Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj, will continue talks that were canceled on January 16 because of the murder of Oliver Ivanović in Kosovska Mitrovica.” (European Western Balkans)