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Serbia's National Council for the Fight against Violence and Improper Conduct at Sports Events met on Thursday in Belgrade. (Tanjug) It called on competent government bodies to identify individuals responsible for riots and participants in the
EU Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fule said late on Thursday that he had come to Belgrade to encourage Serbia to persevere on its European path. Stefan Fule and Ivica Dai (Tanjug) Fule and Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dai made statements to the
Serbias Prime Minister Ivica Dai announced on Thursday evening that leadership in public companies would be changed. Ivica Dai (file) He told Radio Television of Serbia (RTS) that the goal was professionalization of management in public companies.
Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dai and Foreign Minister Ivan Mrki are on Tuesday visiting Brussels, where they will meet with EU officials. (Tanjug, file) This is Dai's first trip to the seat of the EU since he took office in late July. The two Serbian
Serbia (AP) — Authorities say five prison guards have been detained on suspicion of helping two dangerous inmates, including one who was involved in the assassination of the prime minister, organize an attempted escape that was thwarted by police.
Serbian Infrastructure and Energy Minister Milutin Mrkonji has stated that he is satisfied with the results achieved in 2011 by his ministry. Milutin Mrkonji (file) He announced that priorities for 2012 would include the construction of road and
Four workers were killed and another one was seriously injured in an accident which occurred during landslide rehabilitation in Belgrade on Thursday. The scene of the accident (Tanjug) A hill came down on the workers, burying them under tons of dirt
Serbian Interior Minister Ivica Dai spoke about fake asylum seekers on Thrusday to say that there is no political repression in Serbia. Ivica Dai (Tanjug, file) Therefore, there is no reason for Serbian citizens to seek asylum in the EU, said Dai. He
The police have received the first list for hearings connected to the political background of the ini murder, which does not contain the name of Kotunica...The prosecution has sent the police (MUP) a list of some 20 persons who should be questioned
Interior Minister Ivica Da�i� says the Interior Ministry (MUP) priorities for 2010 will be to continue police reforms and fight organized crime and terrorism. Da�i� told reporters in Belgrade on Thursday that MUP would work on implementing the