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President Aleksandar Vucic moved closer to a deal with Kosovo at this weekend's Ohrid summit but faces fierce opposition at home.
Leaders of Serbia and Kosovo move closer to normalisation of their relations at marathon session of EU-mediated meetings.
As economic and political pressure on Serbia to join Western sanctions on Russia grow, Serbian Economy Minister Rade Basta took the unexpected step of calling for Belgrade to impose sanctions.
Rade Basta says Serbia is already paying a heavy price for not imposing sanctions on Moscow and its position is becoming untenable.
French President Emmanuel Macron is in Africa. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has just been to Central Asia before visiting India, and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has just completed a tour of Africa, India and the Caucasus.
Falling living standards and first hand accounts from Russians and Ukrainians living in Serbia are starting to challenge Serbs’ allegiance to Russia.
Meeting was focused on the latest EU proposal on normalisation of relations between Serbia and Kosovo.
Resolution of the conflict would remove much of the leverage that Moscow currently has over Serbia.
Rival demonstrations in Serbian capital mark anniversary of Ukraine invasion as pressure to join sanctions grows.
Serbia’s violent pro-Russian far right makes President Aleksandar Vucic look like a moderate in comparison, and gives him more room to manoeuvre internationally.
Despite months of tensions and occasional violence between Kosovo Albanians and Serbs, there are hopes that Pristina may finally be heading for a negotiated settlement with Belgrade.
Opposition MPs interrupted President Aleksandar Vucic’s speech chanting "Treason" and "We don't give up Kosovo”.
New pipeline with capacity of up to 1.8 bcm a year will help increase energy security and diversify gas supplies in the region.
Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says future decisions to be based on Serbia's "political and economic interests" as pressure to align with EU policy grows.
Serbia's refusal to sanction Russia caused a shift of opinion in Ukraine, which currently does not recognise Kosovo's independence.
Serbia’s population is forecast to drop by 55% by 2100 due to the low birth rate and mass emigration.
Aleksandar Vucic prepares Serbia for compromise solution with Kosovo, warning its EU integration process will stop if it doesn't accept the French-German proposal on solving the dispute.
After "very difficult" talks Aleksandar Vucic hints an agreement on the normalisation of Belgrade’s strained relations with Kosovo is possible, but admits to reservations on “one important issue”.
Activists accuse paramilitary organisation of illegally recruiting Serbians to join the war in Ukraine in complains that target Russian ambassador and head of Serbian security agency.