|Serbia receives €1.2bn in international donor assistance last year||Nuclear plant in Krsko out of operation again||Markovic to hold separate meetings with representatives of three lists||Tadic in Brussels with EU top officials||Barroso: The economic and monetary union will finally walk on its two legs instead of limping along.||Businessmen: Putin's visit is good signal for improvement of cooperation||Serbia presents its offer at International Tourism Fair in Budva||Europe tells Portugal to slash spending||Macedonia-Kosovo business forum: Removing of barriers for improved commercial partnership||Baltimore hosts US-Balkans Business Summit||Telalian: Greece hasn't breached Article 11 of Interim Accord||Greek PM meets with PM Gruevski||Farmers and Minister to meet on Saturday||Chinese ambassador sees Croatia as important strategic partner||New FMD outbreak in Bulgaria||Households will pay 12 - 30 per cent more for electricity||Round table on Western Balkans security sector reform||EC assigned Euro 83.2 million to the Albanian government.||Cavusoglu says CoE considering sanctions against Bosnia||EU Youth Orchestra to play in Serbia for first time||Dukov: Gazprom Neft satisfied with NIS business results||Srbijagas and Gazprom sign contract for SOGAZ-Serbia||Slobodan Homen appointed government coordinator for public relations||Serbia, Kuwait to sign Memorandum of Understanding on air traffic||Dulic to attend conference on sustainable water management in Budapest||Council of Europe awards Belgrade title of 12 Star City||Mrkonjic: Contract on release of Russian loan for Serbian railways to be signed in April||Tighter control of travellers exiting Serbia towards EU countries||Djelic: Regional meeting on IPA funds in April in Belgrade||Dacic: Putin’s visit step further in boosting bonds between Serbia, Russia||Serbian government adopts several bills, decrees||Pacolli visits Skopje||Stefanovic: New round of talks to include issue of Kosovo's electricity supply||Serbian spas presented in Paris||Presidents of Serbian and Croatian Chambers of Commerce meet||Jeremic: Political dialogue with Russia to continue|
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04:44 | 0 | Alsat
The common economic market, the idea promoted by Kosovo President Behgjet Pacolli in Tirana, will be functional the next time he will visit Albania.
04:43 | 0 | Sofia News Agency
The Macedonian-Bulgarian Economic Chamber (MBEC) was set up on February 24, 2011, in Skopje, by 51 business founders.
04:43 | 0 | RadioNET
The Zagreb-based Radio 101 will be offered for sale, according to a conclusion adopted by a majority vote at a meeting of the creditors of the radio station, which recently went into official receivership. The meeting was held at the Commercial Court in Zagreb on Tuesday.
04:39 04:40 | 0 | ANA
Prime Minister George Papandreou, briefing Parliament on Tuesday on the government's stance in relation to the events in Libya, stressed that "Greece will not become the evasive neutral in the developments in the region. This stance would not help national interests."
04:41 | 0 | ANA
Greek foreign minister Dimitris Droutsas met with his German counterpart Guido Westerwelle in Berlin on Tuesday, with talks focusing on the operations in Libya.
04:40 04:41 | 0 | ANA
The bill on the Burgas-Alexandroupoli oil pipeline will be discussed on Wednesday during a special cabinet meeting, Deputy Environment, Energy and Climatic Change Minister Yiannis Maniatis announced on Tuesday evening, inaugurating an event on the Greek energy economy at the
04:38 | 0 | ANA
The Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (Eliamep) organised a discussion on Tuesday on developments in the Middle East and Greece's position.
04:38 | 0 | MIA
Tuesday's meeting of the leaders of VMRO-DPMNE, SDSM, DUI and New Democracy, Nikola Gruevski, Branko Crvenkovski, Ali Ahmeti and Imer Selmani respectively, with President Gjorge Ivanov came to an end after less than an hour without an agreement on open issues, related to snap
04:37 | 0 | MIA
Professor Sean Murphy from the George Washington University at Tuesday's hearings referred to Greece's "groundless" arguments that the temporary reference is a temporary name of the state and that the 817 Resolution bans the use of the constitutional name of Macedonia.
04:37 | 0 | Agerpres
A majority of the Romanians disapproves of the military intervention in Libya and says Romania should have a reserved attitude regarding this issue, reveals a survey conducted by the Romanian Institute for Evaluation and Strategy (IRES).
04:33 | 0 | Itar-Tass
About a dozen of bilateral documents will be signed, among them the one setting up a joint venture in development on the agreement of November 2009 on the Slovenian participation in the South Stream project.