Tag Archives: Serbia

EuroNews 02-2007, Serbia standing still?

Kosovo, Mladic and the EU In Serbia, it is somewhat unclear what the actual condition for the talks to continue is: Mladić’s arrest or Kosovo status solution? However, the conditions have been defined clearly, and that means full cooperation with the Hague Tribunal. Full cooperation means Mladić in the Hague, full cooperation can also mean the removal of any doubt that the Government is doing all that needs to be done to extradite Mladić. So that’s it – Kosovo is

EuroNews 02-2007, TO BEU OR NOT TO BEU?

Or what it takes for Serbia to enter the EU? Seeing through the eyes of a Serbian citizen, one would find it difficult to explain where Serbia is going. “Quo vadis” is posed to everybody, yet no one knows what is going to happen but the fact remains: Serbia is still far away from EU. Many EEC countries, especially those in the region of South West Balkans have accomplished many necessary criteria for entering EU: Croatia has a status of

EuroNews 02-2007, Letter from Serbia

EU and Serbia: Think positive As many countries in the neighborhood, Serbia also dreams about becoming a member of EU. To achieve that, we must rely on our own strength, arrange situation in our country, and do our best to realize necessary conditions for joining EU, although we can offer few reliable things (wonderful culture, historical monuments, long tradition, many smart people in the mood for cooperation) we still need help. There are many positive sides of being a member

EuroNews 01-2007, News Servia in the New Year

Our Serbian-reporter Ivana Marinkovic from Belgrade about the situation in her country at the beginning of 2007. Before the expected 31st of December, people all over the world glanced at their dreams; they recapitulate what they had done in the previous year, and what they want to happen…The same is with every individual, group of people, further more with a state… What can I wish to my country? And how can I contribute? Few days ago there was a big

EuroNews 01-2007, Editorial

Actually, the New Year started quite well. The European Union welcomes two new members states on the first day of 2007, namely Bulgaria and Romania. The first elections in Europe were in Serbia this year. The election stabilised the democratic forces there. This is already a success. Still, this alone is not sufficient, of course. And everybody who would like to know what young Europeans expect for themselves and their countries this year should read the EuroNews. Numerous articles from

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