... "Valdai" International Discussion Club. Munich, 29 October 2019.* On October 25 in Moscow, prime ministers of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) member states, Chairman of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) Tigran Sargsyan and Prime Minister of Serbia Ana Brnabic signed a Free Trade Agreement between Serbia and the EAEU. On October 27, a “temporary” free trade zone was launched between Iran and the EAEU.
The rise of Eurasia?
Serbia’s decision to conclude a free trade zone agreement with ...
- 29.10.2019 19:53:04
... Union is going through an internal existential crisis, caused by the accumulation of several problems, with Brexit being the straw that broke the camel’s back. This situation leaves the Western Balkan states who want to join the EU, particularly Serbia, who remains the most advanced in the negotiations for accession, uncertain and worried about the speed of the enlargement process. Now that the UK has decided to leave the Union and will launch the process in the upcoming months, some Serbian ...
- 20.10.2016 23:45:00
... Britain submitted a draft resolution on Srebrenica to the UN Security Council, seeking to have the July 1995 killing of Muslim population by the Serb army commanded by Ratko Mladic qualified as genocide. Russia vetoed the resolution, a move welcomed in Serbia and the Republic Srpska and the utterly opposite response in the West, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The resultant heated wrangling seems a manifestation of Russia-West geopolitical confrontation in the Balkans – this time in the form of a ...
- 31.07.2015 11:31:00
Serbia was placed in a difficult position after member countries of the European Union imposed sanctions on Russia. The sanctions were imposed as the retribution for Russia’s annexation of Crimea and its alleged participation in Ukrainian crisis....
- 25.06.2015 20:11:00
Elections in Serbia 2014 - Options without Choice
It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.
Immediately after the release of the first relevant ...
- 21.03.2014 04:21:00
..., work hard, strike oil.
J. Paul Getty
The Oil and petroleum product Trading Company was founded on 1947. The establishment of the Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Company, the predecessor of today’s NIS, was in many ways significant for Serbia half a century. Through the nationalisation and acquisition of existing small-scale petroleum storage facilities and the construction of new ones, a network of storage facilities was created. This prepared the grounds for a future distribution ...
- 17.01.2014 17:08:00
... participation in the project was signed on 18 January 2008 and ratified by Bulgarian Parliament on 25 July 2008. It was agreed to set up an equally owned company to build and operate the Bulgarian section of the pipeline. The first agreement between Russia and Serbia was signed even before announcement of the South Stream project. On 20 December 2006, Gazprom and Serbian state-owned gas company Srbijagas agreed to conduct a study on building a gas pipeline running from Bulgaria to Serbia. On 25 January 2008,...
- 15.12.2013 22:13:00
... Henry A. Kissinger The biggest struggle that will need to be done is to keep KSF story within NATO to stop it become Kosovo Army. In the current situation, potential Kosovo army, can not be compared to the capacity and strength of the Army of Serbia, which is perhaps the strongest in the region and capable of defending the country from a much larger threat. Albania as first neighbour, dont has a large military facility through which could significantly raise the capacity of the Kosovo army,...
- 01.10.2013 16:44:00
Imagine a part of the U.S.A., from which the U.S.A. started - where is the cradle of your history? This is Kosovo for Serbia. Novak Djokovic, world tenis player No 1 In NATO bombing of Yugoslavia which began on 24 March, 1999. more than 2,000 people have been killed and nearly 5,000 wounded. There were severely damaged infrastructure, commercial buildings, schools, hospitals,...
- 24.09.2013 15:18:00
Last month’s deal between Serbia and Kosovo was a three-pointer for Cathy Ashton, the EU’s foreign policy chief. But she seems unfit to face different challenges
The deal, agreed after 10 rounds of direct talks between the countries’ leaders under the auspices of ...
- 16.05.2013 15:29:00