Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) Acting Director Miroslav Tomasevic said yesterday that the claim of the Mining & Energy Minister Dubravka Djedovic that coal production in May in the Kolubara mining basin was low, and(read more)
Deficit of Serbia’s budget at end of April was RSD 34 bn, public debt 50.6% of GDP
The deficit of the Serbian budget from January to the end of April this year was RSD 34 bn, which is 55.7 bn better than the budget plan because the deficit of RSD 89.7 bn was previously expected, the Ministry of(read more)
Demostat: Nearly a third of Serbian citizens believe they are worse off than ten years ago
Almost one-third of Serbian citizens, 29 percent, believe that their lives today are worse than a decade ago, 47 percent say they haven’t changed and 24 percent that their lives have improved, a publishing and research(read more)
“Gasic can go”
Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said yesterday on Happy TV regarding the demand from the Serbia against Violence protest that Interior Minister Bratislav Gasic, “can go.” “No problem, you will get the dismissal of Bata Gasic.
Serb Ticket to run for office only after police withdraw from Kosovo’s north, Community of Serb Municipalities is formed
The Serb Ticket, the largest Serb party in Kosovo, stated yesterday that it would participate in elections in the north of Kosovo only when two conditions were met.
Turkish special forces arrive in Kosovo on KFOR’s call
Members of the Turkish commando battalion, whose dispatch was requested by NATO, arrived in Kosovo due to the recent aggravation of the security situation, the Associated Press reported yesterday.
Srbijagas borrowed EUR 2.5 bn in 2022
The Srbijagas enterprise reported a profit of EUR 47 mn last year, and borrowed EUR 2.5 bn, writes Nova.rs.
Serbian farmers to request solution for low purchase price for wheat
At the government HQ tomorrow, representatives of seven associations of Serbian farmers, who protested by blocking roads 20 days ago, will discuss the problem of unsold stocks of wheat from 2022 and the low purchase(read more)
Serbian economy grew almost six times slower during election years
From 2012 until now, Serbia has had six years with republican (parliamentary and/or presidential) and local elections and five years without electoral processes.
BELEX15 down by 1%
The index of the most liquid shares, BELEX15, dropped by 1% last week, to 904.8 points, the e Momentum Securities brokerage company stated in its weekly report on the Belgrade Stock Exchange.