Serbia's target is to become fully decarbonised by 2050 despite its current heavy reliance on coal power.
EU officials are losing patience with Serbia’s insistence on maintaining friendly relations with Russia.
President Aleksandar Vucic says he agreed gas supplies on terms “very favourable for Serbia” in call with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
UK-based Paysend says it wants to help put Belgrade on the map as the next fintech capital of Europe.
Austria’s foreign minister calls enlargement the EU’s biggest geopolitical instrument – but will member states use it to encourage candidates and would-be candidates at the upcoming EU Council?
Prompt and decisive government intervention, financial lifelines and firms’ involvement in global value chains have helped minimise insolvencies, says EIB/EBRD report.
Primary schools, shopping malls and restaurants were targeted by hundreds of bomb threats on May 16, shutting down much of the Serbian capital.
EU high commissioner warns decision of most candidate countries to align to the EU sanction policy exposes them to threats from Russia.
Digitisation of agriculture is already helping farmers to respond to climate change and raise production, according to the BioSense Institute in Serbia’s Novi Sad.
Serbia is missing out on investments because of its stance, President Aleksandar Vucic says, but stands by decision not to join sanctions on its old ally.