BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Despite pressure from the European Union, Serbia will not impose sanctions against Russia or curb its food exports to that country, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said Friday.
By Aleksandar Vasovic BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia said on Friday it would not subsidise exports to Russia, after the European Union urged the Balkan country - a candidate for accession to the bloc - not to exploit the Kremlin's ban on Western food imports. Serbian food producers hope to take advantage of the trade row but the West-Russia stand-off over Ukraine has put Serbian authorities in a ...
Serbia won’t join European Union sanctions against Russia even as the Balkan nation sticks to its plan to continue membership talks with the world’s largest trading bloc, Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said.
Serbia opened an investigation into the sale of Naftna Industrija Srbija AD to OAO Gazprom Neft (SIBN) five years after the government signed a 30-year energy pact with Russia that ceded control over its oil and gas market.