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News Archive

Altafaj: Restructuring of Greek debt scenarios "nonsense"

19:46 | broj komentara 0 | ANA-MPA

Speaking to reporters, the EU spokesman commented on German press reports about a restructuring of the Greek debt, said these reports were “nonsense” and welcomed the dismissal of the reports by German authorities.

Acropolis Museum to stay open until 10:00 p.m. on Fridays

16:00 | broj komentara 0 | ANA

Starting on January 28 this year, the Acropolis Museum will henceforth stay open until 10:00 p.m. on Friday evenings so that visitors can tour the exhibits while also viewing the floodlit Acropolis at night.

Stavreski: IMF credit line acknowledges quality of economic policies

16:03 | broj komentara 0 | MIA

Vice Premier and Finance Minister Zoran Stavreski welcomed Thursday the approval of a new credit line by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in the amount of EUR 475,6 million, which represents a strong signal and acknowledgement for the quality of public finance and general

Macedonian Gov't reduces white sugar import duties

16:04 | broj komentara 0 | MIA

White sugar import duties will reduce from 30 to 5 percent in the next nine months, the Government decided at the last session.

Bulgarian participation at tourist exhibitions in Finland and Slovakia

16:06 | broj komentara 0 | BNR

The ministry of economy, energy and tourism organized the Bulgarian participation at the MATKA and SLOVAKIATOUR international tourist exhibitions in Finland and Slovakia.

Low consumption stalls Bulgaria's recovery

16:07 | broj komentara 0 | Dnevnik

Bulgaria's economic recovery in 2010 is expected to be fuelled by a rise in exports, but lower consumption will likely impede its drive towards improvement, deputy central bank governor Kalin Hristov said during a Euromoney conference in Vienna.

Tirana: 3 dead, 47 wounded in protest clashes

20:39 20:45 | broj komentara 0 | Emg.rs, Alsat

The opposition’s demonstrations of January 21 were followed by crashes with the police and arson. At 14:00, which was the official time of the beginning of the demonstration, the crowd was confronted with the group of police officers lined in front of the Prime Minister’s

Zaric: Serbia's citizens in Albania not endangered

20:42 | broj komentara 0 | Tanjug

Serbia's Ambassador to Albania Miroljub Zaric said Friday he had no information that any of the few Serbia's citizens temporarily staying in Tirana were endangered by clashes between protesters and police.

Slovenia sends protest note to Croatia over sea border

07:32 | broj komentara 0 | Tanjug

Slovenia has sent a protest note to Croatia, as it believes that Croatia's rulebook prejudges the sea border between the two countries.

A H1N1 virus claims another victim in BiH

07:35 | broj komentara 0 | Tanjug

The number of patients diagnosed with the flu is on the increase both in the Federation of Bosnia-Herzegovina and in Republika Srpska, but the data of relevant ministries show that there is no reason for the country to declare an epidemic.

FBiH and Albania to mark liberalization of visa regime together in Sarajevo

07:52 | broj komentara 0 | Fena

Governments of FBiH and Albania decided to formally mark the liberalization of visa regime for citizens of BiH and Albania together.

U.S. Ambassador Patrick Moon: BiH needs a strong coalition

07:55 | broj komentara 0 | BH Daily News

U.S. Ambassador to BiH Patrick Moon stated that the political parties must launch serious negotiations on forming of the government, that will consist of a strong coalition with representatives of all three nations and that will be based on reform platform.

Bulgarian PM to meet with EIB President on Friday

07:58 | broj komentara 0 | Focus News Agency

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov is to hold a meeting with European Investment Bank (EIB) President Philippe Maystadt, who arrives on a one-day working visit to Bulgaria on Friday, the government’s press service announced.

Bulgarian Govt expectedly survives rerun confidence vote

08:02 | broj komentara 0 | Sofia News Agency

Bulgaria's center-right government of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov expectedly survived a string of two confidence votes on Thursday, which it tabled to preempt a censure motion by the opposition.

UN predicts 1.6 per cent growth for Croatia´s economy this year

08:06 | broj komentara 0 | Croatian Times

According to the UN’s estimates, Croatia’s economy registered a negative growth rate of 1.7 per cent last year while the transitional countries in the south eastern European region as a whole saw a slight rise of 0.1 per cent.


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