|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%|
22:43 | 0 | MIA
Ohrid has been chosen as the city having the most cordial relations with its guests in 2009 in a competition with a number of tourist destinations from Southeastern Europe.
07:55 | 0 | EMGportal
Prime Minister Mirko Cvetkovic will attend a roundtable conference with Greek government officials. The conference is being organised by The Economist magazine.
08:09 | 0 | Hina, Croatian Times
Employees across the country stopped their work for an hour yesterday in solidarity with over 300,000 of Croatia's unemployed and thousands of those still having jobs but not receiving their salaries.The SSSH plans to organise protests in Zagreb, Split, Osijek and other major cities
08:17 | 0 | Focus News Agency
Negotiations on the joint European Union/International Monetary Fund financial aid mechanism for Greece will be concluded May 2, and EU heads of state and government as well as the IMF will vote on the plan May 10.
08:21 | 0 | ERT
The Ministers' Council, during their meeting on Wednesday, will discuss "Kallikratis" draft-bill which will also include the map of all new municipalities and prefectures.
08:23 | 0 | MIA
New border crossing Belanovce-Stancic at the FYRMacedonia-Kosovo border, funded by the EU with EUR 1,2 million, will be constructed within the bilateral program for cross-border cooperation, which content was finalized Monday by working groups, led by countries' local self-government
08:28 | 0 | EMGportal
European Commission Vice-President Siim Kallas, responsible for transport, today presented to the College a preliminary assessment of the economic consequences for the air transport industry of the volcanic ash crisis.
08:31 08:47 | 0 | EMGportal
Boosting economic recovery, investing in Europe's youth and in tomorrow's infrastructures are the priorities of the 2011 draft budget adopted by the Commission on 27 April 2010. Out of a total of €142.6 billion (bn), some €64.4bn are geared towards economic recovery
09:40 | 0 | Beta
Hague Tribunal Chief Prosecutor Serge Brammertz on April 27 visited Srebrenica and the Potocari Memorial Center, where the identified remains of victims of the massacre in the eastern Bosnian town are buried.
10:15 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
Starbucks came to Bulgaria two years ago. The other three coffee shops are located in the capital and the Black Sea city of Burgas – 2 separate facilities in downtown Sofia and one at Burgas Plaza Mall.
10:17 | 0 | Pioneer-Investors.com
Total investments in the implementation of wind energy generating project held by Wind Power Park SRL is up to some 100 million euros. The project's capacity, located in Dobrogea, is of 45 MW and can be extended to 54 MW, Petrom informs.
10:18 | 0 | Pioneer-Investors.com
Foreign direct investment (FDI) in Bulgaria collapsed 20-fold to EUR 28 million over January and February 2010 compared to the same months of the previous year, according to preliminary figures.
10:20 | 0 | MIA
The halting of Units 3 and 4 of Bulgaria’s Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) "Kozloduy" will cost the European Union 860 million euros by 2013, according to MEP Geoffrey Van Orden.
10:21 | 0 | MIA
Six companies from Germany and a representative of the German Economy Ministry will review in the next three days the possibilities for investments in photovoltaic power plants and solar collectors in FYRMacedonia.
14:05 | 0 | EMGportal
The Greek economy is in the midst of a deep, structural and multi-faceted crisis. The exit from this crisis will therefore require a multi-annual, persistent and systematic effort. It will require a break with the past. The main features of the crisis are the large fiscal deficit,