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Memorandum signed for better cooperation of border police

14:25 | broj komentara 0 | Tanjug

The representatives of border police of six regional countries signed in Belgrade on Tuesday a Memorandum of Cooperation between the countries' border police at international airport crossings.

Montenegro: Earthquake hit Pluzine

14:27 | broj komentara 0 | Tanjug

The Montenegro Seismological Observatory detected on Monday morning a rather strong earthquake whose epicenter was 2 kilometers southeast of Pluzine.

Milo Djukanovic steps down

16:11 | broj komentara 0 | Tanjug, MIA, Emg.rs

Montenegro's veteran Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic resigned on Tuesday only days after the Balkans state was given formal status as a European Union candidate.New government should be elected by the end of this year, having in mind no significant changes are expected.

Djukanovic to announce his stepping down Tuesday

07:25 | broj komentara 0 | Tanjug

Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic will announce his stepping down at a press conference on Tuesday, MINA news agency released citing a source from the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) leadership.

BiH: Sovereign credit ratings, outlook stable

07:32 | broj komentara 0 | BH Daily News

Global ratings agency Standard&Poor’s (S&P) said it affirmed its 'B+' long-term and 'B' short-term sovereign credit ratings on Bosnia.

S&P upholds Bulgaria's BBB/A-3 ratings

07:33 | broj komentara 0 | Dnevnik

Standard and Poor's confirmed on Friday its BBB/A-3 sovereign credit ratings with a "stable" outlook on Bulgaria.

Half of Bulgarians say economic conditions still worsening - poll

07:35 | broj komentara 0 | Dnevnik

Only 10% of Bulgarians consider that the economic climate in the country is improving, while half of the population believes the conditions are deteriorating, according to a survey of Sofia-based research outfit Alpha Research, carried out in December.

Greece: Public transport strikes to continue all week

07:37 | broj komentara 0 | ANA

More public transport strikes are expected in Athens throughout the coming week as workers continue protest action against government plans for wage cuts and involuntary staff transfers.

Greek trade unions' protests on Wednesday

07:38 | broj komentara 0 | ANA

Protest rallies outside Parliament are being planned by Greek trade unions next Wednesday afternoon, when MPs will be wrapping up the debate on the 2011 budget.

FYROM: Electricity prices to rise by 6,36%

07:42 | broj komentara 0 | MIA

The price of electricity will be most likely increased by 6,36%, according to analyses on achieved real costs and demands from companies. The analyses have been carried out by the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) of Macedonia in line with documents submitted by eight companies

FYROM: Gasoline, diesel prices rise

07:43 | broj komentara 0 | MIA

ERC says the new prices come as a result of the crude oil average price worldwide and the Dollar-Denar exchange rate in the past fortnight.

Romania: Budget deficit increases to 5.2 percent at November end

07:45 | broj komentara 0 | ACT News Agency

The budget deficit increased at the end of November this year to 5.2 percent of the estimated gross domestic product (GDP), compared with 4.63 percent of GDP at the end of October, Government sources told Agerpres.

Special weekend air offers by OA

13:21 | broj komentara 0 | ANA

Every Friday, Olympic Air will post 9 selected destinations (3 international and 6 domestic) on its website featuring special weekend air fares.

FYROM: Entrepreneurs of the year 2010 announced at ceremony

13:23 | broj komentara 0 | MIA

Macedonia's Association of Chambers of Commerce announced Monday the best entrepreneurs for 2010 in the categories of micro and small enterprises.

Albania's Basha denies involvement in "Yellow House" investigations

13:26 | broj komentara 0 | SEtimes.com

Basha's name was mentioned by the former UNMIK official in charge of missing persons, Jose Pablo Baraybar, who said Basha served as a translator in 2004.


20. December - 26. December 2010.