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Marriott International announces first hotel in Serbia

LONDON and BETHESDA, Md. - Marriott International, Inc.

Russia, Serbia sign tourism cooperation agreement

BELGRADE, Serbia - Russia and Serbia have signed agreements on cooperation in the energy sector, in tourism and international road service.

Turkish Airlines may take majority in indebted JAT Airways

Turkish Airlines may take a majority in Serbia's indebted JAT Airways if an agreement is reached between them, Serbian Minister Sulejman Ugljanin told reporters in Istanbul on Friday.

Second attack on foreign tourists in Belgrade

Australian tourists became the target of attacks by Serb extremists in the center of Belgrade. One man suffered light head wounds and was hospitalized.

Serbia’s JAT airline to axe 700 jobs

Belgrade - Serbia's ailing flag carrier JAT will slash nearly 40 percent of its workforce next year in an effort to return to profit after its stalled privatisation, its general manager said in an int

Serbia is stopping tourists at border

Dozens of Dutch tourists are being stopped at the Serbian border, says the Dutch vehicle insurer's bureau.

Serbia decides to privatize national airline

Serbia has decided to privatize JAT Airways, the Balkan country’s national airline, over the course of the summer. The flag carrier will be officially listed for sale by the end of the month, but the government must first spell out the terms of the privatization contract, which will likely include a clause that would require any potential buyer to preserve the airline’s national status.

Montenegro rises as top tourist destination

Montenegro, as a tourism destination, is rising to the top. And quite fast indeed. The new tourism star, also a new independent nation, is committed to making a name in the industry today regardless of size. Tourism leaders have begun to take advantage of some of the unique opportunities available in this Mediterranean warm water basin.

Eastern Med tourism from Australia bring good news

The media including the travel industry media tends to have an almost obsessive focus on negative stories from the Eastern Med including the conflict between Israel and the Hamas-dominated Gaza Strip and the internal problem in Lebanon. While these problems are very real there remains a lot of positive news.

Eastern Mediterranean: A top pick for Australians

The media including the travel industry media, tends to have an almost obsessive focus on negative stories from the Eastern Med including the conflict between Israel and the Hamas dominated Gaza Strip and the internal problem in Lebanon. While these problems are very real there remains a lot of positive news.

Serbia faces months of instability and stark choice

BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia faces renewed uncertainty on Monday under a caretaker government which will lead the country into its most important election since voters ended the era of the late autocrat Slobodan MilosevicA deep division over the importance of Kosovo versus future European Union membership killed off the 10-month-old coalition of Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica on Saturday.