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Army to set up new special units; Kosovo biggest risk (06.12.2017)

Serbia's biggest security risk is the unresolved status of the southern province and its unilaterally declared independence, warns army chief Ljubisa Dikovic.

Serbia wants to join civilian peacekeeping missions (07.11.2017)

The Serbian defense minister [Aleksandar Vulin] added that it was "time for Serbia to start considering participation in civilian missions next year." Vulin, who spoke at a conference on the establishment of a system for the participation of civilian experts in multinational operations of the OSCE,...

Serbia promises broader public debate on Kosovo (30.10.2017)

As the Serbian government’s working group tasked to coordinate ‘internal dialogue’ on Kosovo held its first meeting, its head, Marko Djuric, said it aimed to encourage a wider public debate on this still very sensitive issue.

President won't rule out early parliamentary vote in 2018 (16.10.2017)

[…] According to the article set to be published on Tuesday, he said that if the opposition presented valid reasons, elections could be held next year.

Leaders of Kosovo, Serbia agree to pursue renewed dialogue (28.06.2017)

The leaders of Kosovo and Serbia said on June 28 that they favor the idea of renewed talks in order to ease months of tensions between Pristina and Belgrade.

Vucic sworn in as Serbian president amid protests (31.05.2017)

Aleksandar Vucic has been sworn in as Serbia's president, taking office amid protests against his increasingly tight grip on power in the Balkan state.

Serbia failing to prosecute war crimes, HLC says (18.05.2017)

New report by leading NGO says if Serbia maintains its current slow pace in prosecuting war crimes, less than 10 per cent of alleged culprits will face due process in the next 10 years.

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