BELGRADE Serbia needs to accept that it has lost control over Kosovo, its former southern province, and it must seek a compromise to normalise ties with Pristina, President Aleksandar Vucic told parliament in unusually blunt terms on Monday.
SKOPJE Pope Francis on Tuesday implicitly blessed efforts by North Macedonia and other Balkan countries to join the European Union, saying Skopje could look to its most famous daughter, Mother Teresa, as a stimulus to build a common destiny. | Video
SKOPJE North Macedonia's pro-Western candidate, Stevo Pendarovski, won a run-off presidential vote after a campaign dominated by divisions over a change to the country's name that was agreed to mollify Greece and open the way for EU and NATO membership.
BELGRADE Thousands of people from all over Serbia flocked to Belgrade's city centre on Friday in a show of support for President Aleksandar Vucic, who has faced five months of opposition protests.
DUBROVNIK, Croatia, April 12 China pledged on
Friday to increase trade with Central European countries and
provide more financial support for major cross border
infrastructure projects to promote regional cooperation.
BRIJESTA, Croatia Chinese Premier Li Keqiang hailed cooperation with the European Union and insisted it had run a fair tender for a disputed bridge project near Dubrovnik when he met Croatia's prime minister on Thursday.
BELGRADE The failure to revive talks between Serbia and Kosovo on normalizing relations could destabilize the Western Balkan region still recovering from the wars of the 1990s, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Thursday.
SKOPJE Macedonia's hopes of joining the European Union and NATO were in limbo on Monday, a day after voters backed a plan to change the country's name by a large margin but failed to hit the 50 percent turnout required for the referendum result to be valid.
SKOPJE Macedonia's prime minister pledged on Sunday to press on with a vote in parliament to change the country's name to resolve a decades-old dispute with Greece, despite failing to secure the 50 percent turnout at a referendum required to make it valid. | Video
MOSCOW/BELGRADE, Sept 24 Andrey Shlyakhovoy, who
bought Russian state-controlled bank VTB's Serbian business in
July, has no plans to merge it with his Agrosoyuz bank, which is
subject to U.S. sanctions, a representative for the Russian