|Bulgaria to submit financing scheme after ecological expertise||Slovenia sues Italy over gas terminals||EasyJet enters Kosovar market||Microsoft-Yahoo! deal gets green light from regulators||Wolf’s Heart, book on missing Serbs, presented in Paris||Telenor gets Serbia's second landline license||Floods In Zajecar, over 110 people evacuated||FYROM: Road condition report||FYROM: Top officials at coordination meeting ahead of Nimetz visit||Samaras: The country has need of unity||"Greece is not looking for bail out"||Dinkic to visit firm established through start-up loan||Djelic to sign memorandum of understanding with Swiss Confederation||Twinning project on strengthening administrative capacities in air quality||Minister for NIP to hold press conference||Djelic to meet with Swedish Minister of Trade||Milosavljevic to meet with Ewa Bjorling||PACE rapporteur to visit Kosovo||PACE President, the leaders of the five political groups and the monitoring co-rapporteurs to visit Albania||Dacic to visit Academy of Criminal Justice and Police Studies|
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16:01 | 0 | EMportal
Balkan Holidays has announced a new route from Cardiff Airport to Sofia in Bulgaria for the winter 2010/2011 season, aiming to target the expanding South Wales ski market.
17:33 | 0 | EMportal, Hina
Tenders for the privatisation of six Croatian state-owned shipyards were published on Monday in the Croatian Vjesnik daily as well as in the Financial Times and in Lloyd's List, after they were published on the web site of the Croatian Privatisation Fund (HFP) on Saturday.
18:12 | 0 | EMportal
The Ministers of Economy and Finance of the European Union are meeting in Brussels to look at some important matters, including systematically important financial institutions, the situation of Greece's public finances and the nomination of the future “number two” of
07:41 | 0 | BH News
The prime minister of Bosnia’s Croat-Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim) region, Mustafa Mujezinovic, voiced fears that the region will face economic collapse if it fails to adopt disputed legislation reforming cash transfers to war veterans and families of fallen soldiers.
07:41 07:42 | 0 | Itar-Tass
Russia expects detailed explanations over Bulgaria’s intentions to deploy elements of the U.S. missile defense system, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Sunday.
08:13 | 0 | Fena
Jelko Kacin, EU Parliament delegate and vice-president of EU Parliament's delegation for SEE has arrived to Sarajevo since February 14th, where he shall attend the 12th inter-parliamentary meeting EU on February 15 and 16th.
08:15 | 0 | BH News
The High Representative Valentin Inzko met in Sarajevo with a US Congressional Delegation headed by Congressman Earl Pomeroy.
08:16 | 0 | bhnews
European Union High representative for foreign policy Catherine Ashton will arrive for a short visit to Slovenia, before traveling to BIH and Serbia.
08:19 | 0 | Focus
Sofia Airport works under complicated winter conditions and heavy snowfall.No flights have been canceled, the management of the Airport announced.
08:21 | 0 | Dnevnik
The Bulgarian economy dug itself deeper in the ditch in the final quarter of 2009 with a worse-than-expected 6.2% drop on an annual basis, taking the full-year figure to 5.1%, showed flash estimates by the National Statistical Institute (NSI).
08:24 | 0 | Hina
Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor on Monday received President Stjepan Mesic at the end of his term in office, saying that Mesic would remain an unavoidable factor of political and social life in Croatia.
08:28 | 0 | Bloomberg News
Wall Street tactics akin to the ones that fostered subprime mortgages in America have worsened the financial crisis shaking Greece and undermining the euro by enabling European governments to hide their mounting debts.
08:31 | 0 | AFP
Greece's finance minister has defended the use of complex instruments used by Wall St advisers that critics say park public debt far into the future and disguise the full extent of the country's liabilities.
08:36 | 0 | ANA
Evros Prefecture, on the northernmost tip of Greece, remains in a state of emergency, due to flooding in the region from the same-name river that separates Greece and Turkey in the Thrace province.
08:38 | 0 | ANA
A week of strikes is awaiting Greeks. In the meantime, petrol station owners have warned the government against imposing tax measures on them, otherwise they will keep their stations closed indefinitely.
08:41 | 0 | Agerpres
As many as 3,545 employees of eight energy companies that are subordinated to the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Business Environment will be dismissed in 2010, according to a Government resolution published on Monday in the Official Gazette.
10:55 | 0 | EMportal
In an award ceremony on 11 February 2010, Euromoney named the EBRD’s €45 million loan to Rotor Elektrik Europe Onshore Wind Deal of the Year. Euromoney’s Project Finance Awards recognise infrastructure deals for innovation, best practice, risk mitigation and a
12:08 | 0 | EMportal
Prime Minister George Papandreou arrived in Moscow on Monday evening and will be holding high-level meetings on Tuesday with the Russian political leadership, President Dmitry Medvedev and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, responding to the latter's invitation.