Serbia backs Israel’s right to peaceful life of its citizens

BELGRADE – Serbia respects the right of the state of Israel to existence and peaceful life of its citizens, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said on Wednesday during a meeting with Israeli ambassador Joseph Levy. Commenting on the Middle East conflict, Vucic and Levy expressed hope that the situation will be resolved peacefully and that … Read more

Novi Sad may become a European Capital of Culture in 2024

NOVI SAD – The European Union has adopted a decision under which Novi Sad may become a European Capital of Culture in 2024 instead of in 2024 as previously planned, the Cultural Centre of Novi Sad said in a statement on Friday. The delay will leave candidate countries and potential candidates sufficient time to sign … Read more

Croatian Scientists Proved That Croats Are Descendants Of Serbs

Croats are descendants of the Serbs and the genetic match of both peoples is nearly identical, with the difference that Serbs are the older of the two peoples and therefore, practically created the Croatian nation, Before it’s news reported This exclusive discovery is the result of research by the prominent Croatian FA Institute in Zagreb … Read more

EU talks could be completed in four to five years – Ivica Dacic

KRUSEVAC – Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic stated on Friday after the European Council adopted the decision to launch Serbia’s accession talks that the government will be continuously in session so that the talks could be completed in four to five years. During a special session of the Serbian government in Krusevac to mark Saint … Read more

Bosnian MFA condemns burning of Serbian flags

SARAJEVO – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina on Monday condemned in the strongest terms the burning of two national flags of Serbia as an inappropriate act of vandalism and an attempt to desecrate the state symbols of a sovereign and friendly country. In response to a protest note from the Serbian … Read more