|PACE members condemned the the destruction of telecommunications in Kosmet||Cypriot Ambassador: Unilateral actions in Kosovo should be avoided||Telephone signal in largest part of Kosovo-Metohija reestablished||Serbia gets green light for fish product export to EU||Government offers subsidised loans for purchase of PCs||Serbia, China have joint stance on Kosovo-Metohija issue||Traykov: Serbia interested in Bulgarian nuclear power plant||Best ideas by young entrepreneurs in agribusiness awarded||Romania: Investments to follow crisis||Bulgarian parliament rejects smoking ban||Adriatic-Ionic Initiative: Greek crisis dominates Parliament Heads meeting||New funds to support future Cyprus settlement||U.S. leaders monitoring Greek financial crisis||FinMin Stavreski expects Greek investors to stay in FYRMacedonia||Athens clash at finance ministry over budget cuts||FYROM: Large amount of weapons and explosives seized near Blace||Greek cooperative banks report improved Q1 results||"Serbia is a strategic partner of Greece"||A. Samaras: "It is obvious that the crisis is not only Greece's"||Business daily Poslovni Dnevnik and New York Times join forces in Croatia||Croatia and Serbia to sign military cooperation agreement||EBRD supports Croatia's economic recovery programme||Bulgaria: More than eight tons acetic anhydride seized during GDCOC operation||Healthcare Forum held in Plovdiv||Forum on Pan-European Corridor VIII held in Tirana||OHR, OSCE and CEC sign Memorandum of understanding||EULEX: Construction tenders under investigation||Albin Kurti trial is adjourned until Tuesday||Vanuatu recognizes Kosovo independence||Plan on military cooperation between Serbia and USA signed||US Ambassador to Serbia visits southern Serbia||Serbian Statistics Office to hold press conference||Dinkic to visit flooded areas in Zajecar and surroundings||Djelic to visit Museum of Roma culture||The Serbian government adopted several bills||"Serbia to move on from the dark and bloody past"||Serbian President to visit Azerbaijan|
|BELEX TICKER||AGBN 9.882 -0,81%||AIKB 3.400 0,18%||ALFA 9.452 -2,56%||BIPB 50 -3,85%||BMBI 10.000 -4,21%||DINNPB 2.707 2,11%||DNOS 2.617 -3,96%||EGMN 3.504 -0,03%||ENHL 945 1,50%||FITO 6.572 2,69%||GLOS 662 -3,36%||IMLK 1.464 8,36%||INFM 3.100 -1,24%||JESV 6.900 -1,43%||KMBN 32.709 3,84%||KMBNPB 10.600 2,44%||MTLC 2.363 -1,21%||NPRD 3.800 0,00%||PRBN 710 -1,25%||PRGS 180 7,78%||PTLK 201 0,50%||SJPT 975 -0,41%||SMPO 500 0,00%||TGAS 6.700 0,00%||TIGR 824 6,32%||TLFN 1.714 -4,25%||UNBN 6.800 4,62%||VITL 1.050 0,00%||VZAS 710 0,00%|
14:44 | 0 | ANA
Prime minister George Papandreou said the time has come for the rebirth of Greece, "it is now or never", addressing a meeting of his ruling PASOK party's parliamentary group on Tuesday.
08:36 | 0 | EMGportal
Elena Salgado recalled the comments made on Friday by the European Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs, Olli Rehn, who predicted that there would be an agreement with Greece on an aid programme "in early May".
08:39 | 0 | EMGportal
The General Affairs Council gathered on Monday in Luxembourg under the chair of Spanish Minister Miguel Ángel Moratinos, reached a political agreement based on the proposal made by the High Representative of the European Union, Catherine Ashton, on the structure of the diplomatic
08:42 | 0 | MIA
Religious service for the victims of the Chernobyl nuclear plant disaster, which occurred 24 years ago, will be held Monday in Skopje's main church "St.Kliment Ohridski".
08:43 | 0 | Ria Novosti
Within 15 months, Italy’s Inel company is to produce an answer to a Russian request to cooperate on a new nuclear electricity project outside Kaliningrad.
08:45 | 0 | Itar Tass
Ukraine has survived the world’s gravest technological accident at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) on April 26, 1986.
08:46 | 0 | EMGportal
The main policy objectives of the EU regarding China include broadening and deepening dialogue with China on common global challenges and supporting China’s transition to an open society based upon the rule of law and respect for human rights.
08:48 | 0 | ANSAmed
Davutoglu told a parliamentary session that Turkish and Greek governments would have a joint cabinet meeting during Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's upcoming visit to Greece on May 14-15.
08:52 | 0 | SEtimes.com
Syria's total debt to Bulgaria amounts to $75m. Bulgaria will receive 24% of the amount or $17m after the finance ministries of the two countries strike an agreement.
08:53 | 0 | Fena
Unilateral action would only undermine the prospects for achieving sustainable settlements on these two issues thereby further delaying completion of the 5+2 agenda and the closure of the Office of the High Representative (OHR).
08:58 | 0 | BHneews
An increasing number of people in Croatia are struggling to repay their debts, and the Government is now working on introducing personal bankruptcy.
08:59 | 0 | BTA
The Vienna Economic Forum (VEF) and the European Centre for Environmental Economy (ECEE) signed Sunday a memorandum of cooperation during the opening of a two-day conference on "Environmental Economy for Green Bulgaria".
09:02 | 0 | Focus News Agency
The record price of EUR 1,75 per one liter of gasoline has been registered in a private filing station in Kiato, Athens region.
09:04 | 0 | Focus
On Friday in Opatija Croatian Railways-Cargo, Slovenian Railways, Railways of Republika Srpska, Railways of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbian Railways signed an agreement on cooperation and joint participation on the transport market, the Croatian media announced.
09:08 | 0 | RadioNET
The motion to initiate the procedure for a referendum on the Croatia-Slovenia border arbitration agreement was submitted on Monday in the Slovenian 90-seat parliament, being supported by signatures of 86 lawmakers.
09:09 | 0 | Croatian Times
Djorde Pelic, 25 is accused of murdering Brice Taton after he gathered a group of Belgrade soccer club Partisan supporters known as Grobari (Undertakers) to go beat up the rival fans after a game against French team Toulouse.
09:11 | 0 | ANA
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has ramped up pressure on Greece to impose further austerity measures over three years as a condition of approving a joint aid package from the International Monetary Fund and European Union.
09:13 | 0 | ANA
Blue and Trolley buses, metro, electric train and tram services are not running from 00:11- 17:00, on Tuesday, April, 27 as employees in the mass transport are attending a general assembly. Commuters will face problems as only suburban train will run regular services.
09:14 | 0 | ANA
With accusations against ruling PASOK for lying and deliberately driving the country into the arms of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), main opposition New Democracy leader Antonis Samaras on Sunday said the ruling party was "fully responsible for what happened and
09:17 | 0 | MIA
UN mediator Matthew Nimetz has been in contact with Macedonian, Greek representatives to the name talks. He is expected to soon present a new set of ideas for settling the matter. If they are to be acceptable, citizens will make the final decision at a referendum, members of
09:19 | 0 | MIA
Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski and his Greek counterpart George Papandreou discussed Monday by phone on current developments in both countries and the region's future, the Government's Information Service said in a press release.
09:22 | 0 | Hotnews.ro
The IMF and the European Commission may demand Romanian authorities to take supplementary measures to bring down the budget deficit, presidential aide Leonard Orban said in an interview for HotNews.ro.
09:30 | 0 | EMGportal
The regional conference is being organised by the Interior Ministry’s emergency situations department and the Balkan institute for risk assessment and management.