Serbia

thumbnailCroatia expecting 1.5 billion-euro tourism project
2014-07-09Work is expected to begin this year in the southern town of Sibenik. In other business news: the Eurozone approves aid for Cyprus and Greece; Bulgaria avoids a financial crisis.
thumbnailMuslims in the Balkans refute ISIL's so-called caliphate
2014-07-09Citizens from different countries in the region said they belong to Europe.
thumbnailNew programmes help Balkans work through corruption
2014-07-09Experts believe that gaining citizens' participation is an effective strategy in identifying areas vulnerable to corruption.
thumbnailBloggers debate laws to decrease illegal weapons in the Balkans
2014-07-04Some bloggers argue that rigorous penalties are the only way to address the illegal weapons problem.
thumbnailSecurity experts from Belgrade, Pristina and Tirana work to improve co-operation
2014-07-04Open discussion on security issues and direct contacts among young opinion-makers of the three entities is crucial for regional progress, according to experts and youth.
thumbnailBelgrade riverfront to see large investment project
2014-07-02Eagle Hills is investing up to 4 billion euros to develop property on the Sava River. In other business news: Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova signed free-trade pacts with the EU.
thumbnailSerbia hoping new police leadership will reduce corruption
2014-07-01The government said it is dissatisfied with the results of the fight against organised crime.
thumbnailArmies in the Balkans show co-operation in crisis situations
2014-06-30Co-operation demonstrated by armed forces proves valuable in managing natural disasters, experts and officials agree.
thumbnailBalkan countries co-operating to stop weapons trafficking
2014-06-30New initiatives are in place to slow the flow of illegal weapons.
thumbnailSerbs exert influence by participating in Kosovo election
2014-06-25The possibility of a change in the ruling coalition in Kosovo will not derail the integration of Kosovo Serbs, experts said.
thumbnailFlooding in Bulgaria damages tourism, agricultural industries
2014-06-25Authorities say the flooding has damaged important infrastructure that will need to be repaired. In other business news: A research group warns of corruption in the business sector.
thumbnailSerbia cheers for neighbours in World Cup
2014-06-20While their team isn't playing in the World Cup, Serbian citizens are supporting their neighbours from BiH and Croatia.
thumbnailSerbia faces accusations of media censorship
2014-06-16The Serbian government is facing criticism over the lack of media freedom in the country.
thumbnailEU announces a new civil society approach in the Balkans
2014-06-06The Union seeks better results by encouraging greater citizen involvement in EU-funded projects.
thumbnailWorld Cup appearance unites BiH football fans
2014-06-04After two challenging post-war decades, the Dragons' appearance in Brazil breaks down barriers between ethnic groups.
thumbnailIMF disburses 3.4 billion euros to Greece
2014-06-04The fund said Athens does not need to impose new austerity measures this year. Also in business news: Bulgaria leads the region in Foreign Policy magazine's Baseline Profitability Index.
thumbnailInternational community assists BiH with landmine risk after floods
2014-06-03Experts urge BiH to educate the public on how to deal with landmines displaced by the flooding.
thumbnailEU integration, co-operation expected to improve mining industry
2014-06-02Regional co-operation and the implementation of EU standards in the western Balkans could result in thousands of new mining jobs and billions of euros in capital, experts say.
thumbnailFloods spark regional co-operation, co-existence
2014-05-30The unity that came during the recent natural disaster shows that co-operation and co-existence are possible in the former Yugoslavia, bloggers and citizens say.
thumbnailExperts, citizens debate Serbia's relationship with Russia, EU
2014-05-30Serbia seeks to remain neutral on the Ukraine situation, but experts said the strategy could hamper its EU accession.
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