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Ushuaia: Exhibition on Tesla’s life and inventions

In Ushuaia, the capital of Tierra del Fuego Province, the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia in Buenos Aires, in cooperation with Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade and Telefónica Foundation, organized an exhibition entitled "Nikola Tesla, the Inventor of...

Union of the Comoros revokes recognition of Kosovo

Serbian Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic announced on Wednesday that he expected another country to withdraw its recognition of Kosovo. "It will be the 10th country that has done so," Dacic told RTS on Wednesday. B92 later learned, and it...

West to Belgrade: Stop annoying Pristina with diplomacy

The Western countries have demanded from Serbia to stop its diplomatic efforts in talking the states that have recognised Kosovo independence to reconsider the decision, Serbia’s Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said in Monday, the Beta news agency reported. Dacic told...

Kingdom of Lesotho revoked recognition of Kosovo

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic visited the Kingdom of Lesotho today where he met top officials of that country. It is my great pleasure to be here in Lesotho today and to pay this...

Visa-free regime remains for Serbian citizens

Serbia’s Minister for European Integration Jadranka Joksimovic told the Friday issue of Belgrade daily Danas that there is no reason for the European Union to lift the visa-free regime for Serbian citizens. "The countries of the EU are certainly monitoring...

Chinese president in second visit to Serbia in two years?

Chinese President Xi Jinping could visit Serbia again by the end of the year, Belgrade daily Vecernje Novosti writes. It would be the second visit of the highest-ranking Chinese official to Serbia in the last two years, and the earliest...

Serbia to Probe Health Impact of NATO Depleted Uranium

The Serbian parliament will establish a commission to examine the alleged effects on public health of NATO’s use of depleted uranium ammunition during the 1999 bombing of Yugoslavia. Serbian MPs are expected to vote on Friday to establish a parliamentary...

Kosovo: “ISIS is coming” graffiti sprayed on church

A graffiti reading "ISIS is coming" has been discovered on the wall of the Serbian Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas in Pristina, Tanjug is reporting on Thursday. Italian KFOR soldiers noticed it over the weekend, the report added. Media in Pristina...

MUP denies Serbia closed border with Macedonia to migrants

Serbia has not closed its southern border with Macedonia to migrants, the Serbian Interior Ministry (MUP) told B92 on Friday. The MUP said that yesterday's agreement reached by regional police directors is now being implemented, allowing only refugees previously registered...

If Croatia, Austria, Germany close borders so will Serbia

The border between Macedonia and Serbia in the south is crossed every day by about 2,500 migrants and refugees. It takes them several hours or at most a day to then arrive to Serbia's northwestern border with Croatia. But what if...
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As early as of December, the average salary will amount to 500 euros

Finance Minister Sinisa Mali said he expects the average salary to be above € 500 by December He said in...
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Burkina Faso – entry to Serbia visa regime

Do you need a visa? For holders of diplomatic and official passports: Visas required. For holders of ordinary passports and other travel documents: Visas required. MAX STAY...

Thailand – entry to Serbia visa regime

Do you need a visa? For holders of diplomatic and official passports: No visas required of up to 90 days. For holders of ordinary passports and...

Embassy of the Republic of Cuba

Embassy of the Republic of Cuba. Foreign diplomatic missions in Serbia. Chancery: Domentijanova 4 Tel: 3692-441, 3692-689 Fax: 3692-442 E-mail: recepcion@ambasadakube.org.rs www.cubadiplomatica.cu/serbia Working hours: Monday - Friday: 09.00-15.00h (Chancery) Tuesday and Thursday:...

Chile – entry to Serbia visa regime

Do you need a visa? For holders of diplomatic and official passports: No visas required for visits of up to 90 days. For holders of ordinary...