Since 2013, Serbian Monitor has been offering to its readers carefully selected news about the Republic of Serbia, as a daily commitment stemming from the genuine desire to offer unbiased information about a country that is too often a victim of prejudice and superficiality.
From November 2016, this service is available in English and Italian with a growing number of original articles with a goal of providing a complete picture of this Balkan country’s economy, politics, culture and society. Our archive is completely free of charge, available to anyone who wants to get to know the country, to study its specific aspects, or to be constantly updated about it. This project will only be able to continue with the help of readers on whom we are calling to provide a small financial support so that we can continue supplying an increasingly expanding pool of information and original contributions.
This post is also available in: Italiano