|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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07:19 | 0 | EMGportal
Radmanovic said that by signing the "Istanbul Declaration", B-H Presidency Chairman Haris Silajdzic has violated the Constitution because he signed the declaration without the consent of the other two members of the B-H Presidency. "
09:55 | 0 | Tirana Times
Albanians will very likely not be able to travel visa-free to much of the European Union in the next few months, as they had originally been promised, according to a leaked report prepared by EU experts on whether Albania and Bosnia-Herzegovina met the necessary requirements for
09:57 | 0 | EMGportal
The High Representative and EU Special Representative, Valentin Inzko welcomed the decision of NATO Foreign Ministers at their meeting in Tallinn to invite Bosnia and Herzegovina to start the Membership Action Plan.
09:59 | 0 | EMGportal
The Turkish International Co-Operation and Development Agency (TIKA) will provide 3.5 million euro for the reconstruction of the Mehmed Paša Sokolović Bridge in the city of Višegrad, over the Drina River in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republika Srpska.
10:01 | 0 | BNR
A number of foreign policy events during the week showed Bulgaria’s ambitions to play an active role on the Balkans.On Monday, the President of the National Assembly of Serbia, Slavica Dukic-Dejanovic, paid a visit to Sofia.
10:08 | 0 | EMGportal
This Monday in Luxembourg, the diplomatic heads of the 27 member countries of the EU will meet to hold a Foreign Affairs Council in which they, together with their defence counterparts, will examine the situation in Afghanistan.
10:09 | 0 | Bernama
Croatia's Ambassador to Malaysia Zeljko Bosnjak has urged Malaysian businessmen to explore opportunties in his country.
10:13 | 0 | MIA
Sixty-five percent of the Macedonian citizens consider that FYRMacedonia should not change the name to join NATO, show results of public opinion poll conducted by “Societas Civilis” Institute for Democracy at Ministry of Defence’s request.
10:15 | 0 | ANSAmed
On Monday, an meeting will take place in Bari between Italian and Albanian traders and institutions to define a framework for the management of commercial traffic between the two countries.
10:20 | 0 | Nine O'Clock
Unemployment was rising slightly in March, up by 2,910 from previous month, to a record high 765,285, or 8.36 per cent, the National Employment Office (ANOFM) has announced. Late February saw 762,375 registered unemployed, 8.3 per cent, according to ANOFM data.
13:40 | 0 | bbjonline, MTI
With 98.1% of the ballots counted, Fidesz is projected to have 263 seats in the 386-seat legislature, five more than the 258 seats needed to control two-thirds of the parliamentary mandates, which majority will allow the party to pass legislation without having to secure support