Croatia wants Serb refugees to return, the Croatian president Ivo Josipovic said on Friday.>>>
Roma refugees who lost their homes and belongings in a barracks to a July fire should be rehoused in containers within the next two months.>>>
Residents of a Roma refugee camp on the outskirts of the capital, which caught fire in July, may have to be rehoused in containers until permanent homes can be built for them in 2013.>>>
Almost a hundred Kosovo Roma, who were made homeless after a fire destroyed parts of the Konik refugee camp, staged a protest on Wednesday in front of the Montenegrin government headquarters.
Due to loopholes in their readmission procedures, countries that recognise Kosovo as an independent state are returning Kosovo Roma asylum seekers to Serbia, instead of Kosovo.>>>
Youngsters across Serbia will have a unique opportunity to play cricket this summer, with the aim of promoting tolerance and cooperation between different ethnic groups.>>>
Serbia moved down the list of countries of origin for asylum seekers in the EU in 2011, descending from third to fifth position, compared to the year before.>>>
The Serbian Association of Refugees urged the new Serbian authorities to resolve still remaining issues regarding property claims within the former Yugoslav countries.>>>
World Refugee Day was marked on Wednesday by the authorities and the US Embassy, one of the major donors towards refugees in Serbia.>>>
An exhibition of photographs of Bosnian refugees opened in the capital on June 20, marking World Refugee Day.>>>
High Representative Valentin Inzko says it is shameful, 17 years after the signing of the Dayton peace deal, that so many people have never been able to return to their own homes.>>>
A progress has been made in ensuring the rights of Montenegro’s refugees, but institutional capacities for the enforcement of those rights need to be enhanced, the European Commission says.
The EU is giving almost a half million Euros to 93 refugee families in Serbia to help them start and develop their own businesses.
During the wars of Yugoslav dissolution, Montenegro became a host to the largest number of immigrants in its recent history, the Statistical Office of Montenegro, MONSTAT, shows.
On April 26, Belgrade authorities continued the mass eviction of 250 Roma families from the capital’s settlement Belville.>>>