Serbia

Hill in Preševo: It wasn’t easy for Aljbina Kurti or Aleksandar Vučić, but I feel progress

It was not easy for the Government, Aljbin Kurti, or Aleksandar Vučić, because decisions and things are difficult to think about while trying to make an agreement, but I feel progress, the American Ambassador to Serbia Christopher Hill said today in Presevo. He added that, in his opinion, one of …

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Konjufca Escobar: We do not agree to associations that violate the constitutional order of Kosovo

“We reiterated Kosovo’s position, but also the State Department’s guarantee – that no association or any other mechanism that violates sovereignty, independence, territorial integrity and constitutional order can be formed,” said the President of the Kosovo Assembly from Washington after the meeting with the special envoy of the USA for …

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Serbia Shall Never Forget NATO Aggression, Vows Serb President

Serbians could only forget the aggression unleashed by the U.S.-led NATO in 1999 if their country ceases to exist, President Aleksandar Vucic warned on Friday. He was marking the 24th anniversary of the military bloc’s bombing campaign of the then Yugoslavia. Media reports said: Vucic added that the U.S. and …

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Janjić: The brutal reality remains – there is no sovereignty of Serbia in Kosovo

With the Brussels and Ohrid agreements, the resolution of the Kosovo problem has been returned to the normalization track that leads only in one direction, stated in the FoNet interview the president of the Forum for Ethnic Relations, Dušan Janjić, who thinks that the most realistic and responsible thing would …

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Jeremić: Referendum is the only way to prevent the high treason of Kosovo and Metohija

The President of the People’s Party, Vuk Jeremić, said today that nothing is over regarding Kosovo and Metohija, because the Franco-German plan has not yet been signed, nor is it binding in any way for anyone except the President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, who has verbally committed to it. As …

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Szijarto: Hungary will store and deliver gas to Serbia this year as well

The Head of Diplomacy, Peter Szijarto, announced after his visit to Belgrade that an agreement was reached that Hungary would store and supply natural gas to Serbia this year as well. Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Peter Szijarto pointed out on Facebook after his visit to Belgrade that …

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Serbia is negotiating gas from Azerbaijan

Serbia is negotiating with partners from Azerbaijan on the amount and prices of gas that will be received through the Serbia-Bulgaria gas interconnection, the Ministry of Mining and Energy confirmed for Demostat . They state that Serbia could receive that gas as early as next year. They add that Serbia …

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Vučić: No one confused my mind, I didn’t become any miserable traitor…

Od agresije NATO na SRJ prošlo je 24 godine. Večeras, u Somboru, ima nas najviše od kada obeležavamo ovaj datum. To govori nešto loše i nešto dobro. Upravo zbog toga sam odlučio da ne čitam lepo sročene i napisane govore kad vam se obraćam na ovaj dan – rekao je …

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Leveraging Lives: Serbia and Illegal Tunisian Migration to Europe

In 2020–2022, Tunisian illegal migrants traveled through Serbia to reach Western Europe, as an alternative to the hazardous, more monitored Mediterranean route. This was driven by push factors in Tunisia, including deteriorating economic conditions and government acquiescence, and pull factors in Europe, namely smuggling networks and Serbian authorities looking the …

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“12:44 clock was chosen for the beginning of the protest”: What is the right-wing opposition preparing for March 24?

On Friday, March 24, four parties that call themselves the state-building opposition will hold protest conferences across Serbia on the topic of the anniversary of the NATO bombing of Serbia. The main gathering and blockade will begin at 12:44 in front of the Government of Serbia, and blockades of the …

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