|Slovenian diplomats and businessmen no longer need visa for Libya||Bulgarian PM: Price of Belene N-Plant should fall to EUR 7,000 Mln||Kosor, Van Rompuy discuss Croatia's progress||First Turkish naval task group accomplishes mission in Med, Adriatic||Anadolujet to start operating flights of THY starting as of August 2||Ukraine-Serbia economic cooperation needs improving||Serbian drug maker Galenika to open Albanian office||FEI Balkan Dressage Championships 2010 takes place in Katerini||Greece: Summer sales begin July 15||Public Group takes over Fnac's business in Greece||This is Athens!||New ferry service links Greece, Turkey||Gazprom president in Bucharest this fall||Romania: Money from IMF enters BNR accounts on Wednesday||FYROM: "Hot Cultural Wave" in 34 municipalities||Croatian PM opens regional meeting of transport ministers||EC gives 18 months for reforms in Bulgaria||Bulgaria provides flood aid to Romania||Strabag expects Bosnia road order to be cancelled within 3 weeks||Serbia, Croatia & Bosnia-Herzegovina plan joint hosting of Euro||Alkalaj discusses agreement on temporary employment of BiH citizens in Slovenia||Van Rompuy: EULEX vital to Kosovo's european perspective||Lufthansa plans to fly Prishtina||Serbian delegation at the 19th sitting of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly||Serbia, Albania to promote cooperation in health sector||Yura’s factory in Raca launches mass production||Serbian delegation to visit Cuba||Dacic to attend opening of conference "Confiscation of property obtained through criminal activity”||Opening of conference "Confiscation of property obtained through criminal activity"||Serbian PM to present two years of government’s work||Serbian President: “Kosovo is not a state, it has no sovereignty.”|
|BELEX TICKER||AGBN 7.311 0,12%||AIKB 2.723 0,93%||ALFA 7.792 6,73%||BIPB 31 0,00%||CCNB 14.700 8,09%||ENHL 836 -2,68%||GLOS 500 2,04%||IMLK 1.213 1,08%||JESV 5.990 -0,17%||JMBN 10.015 -6,52%||KMBN 26.500 -3,64%||KMBNPB 8.200 0,00%||MTLC 2.030 -0,29%||NPRD 4.300 0,00%||PRBN 611 -3,93%||PTLK 190 0,00%||PUUE 1.100 0,00%||SJPT 778 -0,51%||TGAS 5.360 -9,15%||TIGR 700 4,01%||UNBN 5.001 -6,84%||VZAS 550 0,00%|
21:04 | 0 | EMGportal
A Romanian military aircraft crashed today minutes after taking off from Tuzla airport, in the northeastern part of Bosnia, killing 10 people and leaving three more injured.
06:31 | 0 | EMGportal
SEEMO is very concerned about the Romanian National Defence Strategy which has been adopted by the Romanian Supreme Defence Council (CSAT) and passed on to the Romanian Parliament.
06:33 | 0 | BNR
1500 Bulgarian civil servants will receive French language training under a memo between Bulgaria and the International Organization of the Francophonie.
06:35 | 0 | Croatian Times
Zagreb is cheaper than many other big European city when it comes to renting an apartment, getting a cup of coffee or buying a daily newspaper, but it is significantly more pricey when compared to its regional neighbours, a Mercer study shows.
06:36 | 0 | EMGportal
The five trade union federations at midnight 23 June finished collecting signatures for the referendum. In order to make their request for a referendum valid, the unions had to collect at least 449,506 signatures (10 percent of the electorate) in the period from June 9 to 23.
06:41 | 0 | Agerpres
Industrial producer prices overall, on both the domestic and foreign market, increased in May 2010 by 1.3 percent from the previous month, whereas the y-o-y advance was 6.5 percent, the National Statistics Institute (INS) informed.
06:44 | 0 | MIA
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) released a loan instalment of EUR 913.2 million ($1.1 billion) to Romania on Friday, signalling approval of the government's deficit-reduction measures.
06:47 | 0 | SEtimes.com
Authorities and representatives of about 20 of the biggest oil companies in the world met in Istanbul on Thursday (July 1st) to discuss ways to reduce environmental and health risks posed by the growing tanker traffic through the Bosporus and the Dardanelles.
06:48 | 0 | SEtimes.com
Thursday's decision brings the situation back to prior to March, when the SP ended a complete boycott of parliament staged for months over the government's refusal to open ballot boxes and investigate the elections.
06:56 | 0 | EMGportal
Having been reconstructed, the Islamic Society in Albania reopened during a ceremony in Tirana, capital of the country. Albanian’s Islamic Society is a cultural-Islamic center. The reconstructed site includes administrative offices, a congregation hall, a mosques and a
07:01 | 0 | Ukrinform
The Cabinet approved an agreement with the Macedonian government about terms of citizen's visits envisaging visa-free trips upon availability of invitations.
07:02 | 0 | Azertac
The Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation business forum entitled “Steps towards the innovations in Black Sea region” will take place September 17 in Sochi.
07:03 07:05 | 0 | BTA
Only about 4 per cent of the nearly 25 per cent hike of the price of natural gas is related to the clause in the contract with Gazprom concluded by the previous government, former economy and energy minister Roumen Ovcharov told a news conference in Parliament Wednesday. Ovcharov,
07:05 | 0 | BTA
Bulgarian President Georgi Purvanov opened Wednesday a two-day working visit to Azerbaijan at the invitation of Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev, the President's press secretariat said. Aliyev visited Sofia in November last year.
07:07 | 0 | EMGportal
EU president Herman Van Rompuy will visit Serbia and Kosovo-Metohija as part of a trip to former Yugoslav republics next week, his office said Friday.
08:26 | 0 | Pioneer-Investors.com
The first private, small-capacity hydropower plant in Romania, worth EUR 18 M, will be built in Bistra Township, in the Apuseni Mountains, Realitatea.net informs.
08:43 | 0 | MIA
Local bands Opium, Superhiks, S.A.R.S. and Belgian group Sopha had the honor to open the third international rock event "Streets Festival' 2010 Saturday evening in the city of Kumanovo.
08:45 | 0 | Focus News Agency
3 people died, while 19 other got injured, in road accidents that occurred on the territory of the country overnight, the press office of the Interior Ministry announced.
08:55 | 0 | Fccus
Level of Danube River close to the town of Silistra has increased by 11cm over the last 24 hours reaching 794cm, press centre of the Agency for Exploration and Maintenance of the Danube River announced.