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Text of report in English by Serbian pro-western Belgrade-based Radio B92 website, on 7 October Novi Sad, 7 October: Serbia needs to beef up before it joins the EU, and not delude itself by thinking that this will begin the moment it becomes a member, says [former Serbian Prime Minister] Vojislav Kostunica.
Text of report by Serbian wide-circulation tabloid Vecernje novosti, on 19 August [Interview with Jovan Krkobabic, Serbian deputy prime minister and chairman of the United Pensioners Party of Serbia (PUPS), by Nenad Calukovic on 18 August; place not given: "Pensions or Breakup"] Pensions will be raised 10 per cent in September, Deputy Prime Minister Jovan Krkobabic said yesterday [18 August] in an interview with Vecernje Novosti, adding that on Thursday [ 21 August] the Serbian Government...
By Zorana Vucicevic NOVI SAD, Serbia (Reuters) - Serbs rallied in this elegant city on the river Danube on Friday to protest against a plan to name a boulevard after the late nationalist strongman Slobodan Milosevic and wipe a champion of reform from the map.
BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia will reject independence as a solution for Kosovo and continue to consider the province part of its territory, Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica said in comments published on Monday. "The policy of Serbia would be to declare that Kosovo is part of Serbia.
BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica will attend top-level talks with Kosovo's ethnic Albanian leaders on the fate of the breakaway province next week in Vienna, the government said on Friday. Kostunica had kept U.N.
By Mark John BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica will try to persuade the EU on Monday to restart talks on closer ties by offering a "road map" on how Belgrade plans to catch war crimes suspect Ratko Mladic.
By Irwin Arieff UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Russia said on Thursday the United Nations had no authority to impose a solution on Serbia over the status of its breakaway Kosovo province and only a negotiated deal was acceptable. The statement by Russian U.N.
By David Brunnstrom BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union could resume suspended talks with Serbia even without the arrest of Ratko Mladic if it finds Belgrade's plans to catch fugitive war crimes suspects convincing, EU diplomats said on Thursday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union could resume suspended talks with Serbia even without the arrest of Ratko Mladic if it finds Belgrade's plans to catch fugitive war crimes suspects convincing, EU diplomats said on Thursday.
By Fatos Bytyci MERDARE, Serbia (Reuters) - U.N. police and NATO soldiers secured the 40-km (25-mile) route the Serbian prime minister planned to take through Kosovo on Wednesday on a brief, but tense, visit to the breakaway province.
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