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09:27 09:37 | 0 | Tanjug, BNR
Bulgaria and Romania will not join Schengen area as it was previously planned, by the end of March, since ten more European countries beside France and Germany are against it, Sofia based daily Sega reported.
09:43 | 0 | ANA
The one-time Greek foreign minister, credited with initiating the so-called "earthquake rapprochement" of 1999 with the late Turkish FM Ismail Cem, referred directly to the challenges and day-to-day problems affecting bilateral relations, while he noted that his Turkish
09:48 | 0 | Hürriyet Daily News
Turkey’s foreign minister on Saturday said the criticism-laden rhetoric of the Greek prime minister reflected Greece’s well-known positions on long-running disputes between the two Aegean neighbors and defended the Turkish prime minister’s responses, saying