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President-Elect Tomislav Nikolic moves to fulfill his election-night commitment to build relations with "all three pillars of Serbian foreign policy - Russia, the EU and the US".
Serbian parties are holding informal talks on forming a government but the Progressives say that official talks will start after Tomislav Nikolic's inauguration.
Tomislav Nikolic is set to travel to Moscow, where he will attend the congress of Russia's ruling party, United Russia, on May 26.
As talks on forming a new government continue between Democrats and Socialists, the choice of prime minister has narrowed down to two candidates of the Democratic Party.
Repeat elections for the city assembly at 16 polling stations on May 20 did not result in any changes in the number of seats.
The election of Tomislav Nikolic as Serbia’s new president may change the coalition dynamics in forming a new government.
Foreign leaders congratulate Serbia’s President-Elect Tomislav Nikolic amid mixed reactions.
OSCE expresses satisfaction with peaceful and orderly voting in Kosovo in the second round of the Serbian presidential elections.
In a surprising twist, Serbia's nationalist Tomislav Nikolic has won the presidential runoff against the leader of the Democrats' Boris Tadic.
All polling stations have closed across Serbia in the second round of presidential elections that appear to have passed without major irregularities.
As Serbs head to the polls to elect a new head of the state, polls show that the pro-EU Boris Tadic of the Democrats is narrowly in the lead.
With the advent of the pre-election silence the campaign for the second round of presidential elections in Serbia on Sunday has ended.
Tomislav Nikolic and Boris Tadic traded barbs on the economy, the EU and Serbia's overall development - but both men agreed they would never recognise Kosovo's independence.
Serbian parties spent 34 million euro on TV adverts for the recent election, Transparency Serbia has said.
Following reports of irregularities in the May 6 local elections in Serbia, the Liberals hope to use their second chance to cross the electoral threshold and win some seats in the Belgrade assembly.
This spring almost 7 million Serbians are entitled to vote in presidential, general, provincial and local elections.
Since the renewal of multi-party politics in 1990 power has oscillated between a variety of parties in Serbia and votes have often followed by allegations of frauds and protests.
Twelve years after the overthrow of Slobodan Milosevic, the scene has changed significantly as parties rise, fall and change their minds. See Balkan Insight's profiles of Serbia's ruling and opposition parties.
Since the first multi-party elections were held in 1990, Serbia has often had acting heads of state, while many of those elected ended their terms before their mandates expired.
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