|World Bank to support Serbia with $580m||Fidesz wins elections with two-third majority||EU Ministers to reemphasize support to EULEX||Romania: Unemployment hits record high. Layoffs to continue||Meeting Italian and Albanian traders in Bari||FYROM:Macedonians want to join NATO but under constitutional name||Connecticut National Guard detachment sent to Kosovo||Malaysian businessmen urged to explore opportunities in Croatia||Foreign Affairs and General Affairs Councils meet in Luxembourg||Eventful week for Bulgarian foreign policy||TIKA finances Drina bridge renovation in Bosnia||HR/EUSR welcomes prospect of NATO MAP||Albania: Visa-Free travel faces further delay||Patients’ health endangered in Gracanica||Lissovolik: New agreement on pensions and salaries||Radmanovic: Silajdzic violated the constitution||Serbian President visited the flooded areas||USAID, more efficient fight against various hazards||Ministry of Energy, Mining to hold press conference||Cvetkovic to meet with Italian Minister for Economic Development||Signing of contract on financing Serbian language textbooks for children in Diaspora||Cvetkovic to meet with his Bulgarian counterpart||Serbia, Italy to sign joint statement on using Drina River’s potential||FinMin visits Vagonka Nis||PM Cvetkovic visits Vulovic Transport company||PM Cvetkovic visits AmCham||Djelic signs agreement on scientific, technological cooperation||Tadic: Opposition's push for elections hurts stability|
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08:13 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
There will be no flights from Bulgaria to Western Europe on Tuesday while flights to the east and to the south parts of the Continent will be allowed.
08:15 | 0 | Croatian Times
Croatia Airlines lost half a million Euros over the weekend as planes and up to 5,000 passengers were grounded following a volcanic cloud passing across Europe decimating air traffic.
08:16 | 0 | ANA
Winds are expected to shift to west-southwesterly (ANA-MPA) directions in the central Mediterranean and the Balkans from Thursday, meaning that any quantities of ash that finally reach Greece will most probably be dispersed.
08:17 | 0 | ANA
Flights from Athens to central and northern Europe are being cancelled. About 121 flights are to be cancelled. Travellers have packed the Patras port. The Hellenic Railways Organisation (OSE) is considering having more train services to Belgrade, Bucharest, Sofia and Skopje to
08:21 | 0 | Agerpres
Flights have resumed at Bucharest's two main airports - the Henri Coanda Otopeni International Airport and Aurel Vlaicu-Baneasa International Airport, the Transport Ministry announced on Monday.
08:22 | 0 | Agerpres
Foreign tourists can find useful information about air and road traffic, domestic or international, calling a TelVerde (0800 86 82 82) phone line, which was made available for them by the Ministry of Development, Regional and Tourism (MDRT), said Minister Elena Udrea.
08:24 | 0 | EUbusiness.com
European transport ministers agreed to ease, from Tuesday, restrictions on flights imposed due to the ash cloud emanating from an Icelandic volcano, the European Commission announced.
08:29 | 0 | EMGportal
The President wishes to ensure that the EU has the right analysis to be able to respond appropriately, if needed, and that any measures taken across the EU to respond to economic consequences of this situation are properly coordinated.
08:40 | 0 | Anadolu
A passenger bus company has organized trips to French cities of Paris and Lyon from Istanbul's Ataturk International Airport after a volcanic mountain exploded in Iceland and interrupted hundreds of would-be flights to and from many European cities.
08:41 | 0 | Anadolu
Volcanic ash cloud which caused some flight restrictions over Istanbul and Ankara swept toward the north of Turkey, Turkey's state airports authority said on Monday.