|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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10:27 | 0 | Tanjug
The situation in the Nuclear Power Plant Krsko (NEK) has normalized and the plant has been reconnected to the transmission line, Director of the Slovenian Nuclear Safety Administration Andrej Stritar said Wednesday.
10:29 | 0 | Tanjug
A delegation of Serbian businessmen conferred Wednesday with their Slovenian colleagues in the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia (GZS) in Ljubljana on possibilities of cooperation and legal issues in the area of waste management.
10:34 | 0 | Dnevnik
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) expects Bulgaria's economy to expand by 2.6% in 2011, following a steep decline of 4.9% in 2009 and a modest increase of 0.2% last year.
10:36 | 0 | MIA
The ninth tête-à-tête Gruevski - Papandreou meeting, which is to take place on the sidelines of the EU Summit, as Government's press office informs, is the resumption of the process of strengthening the dialogue between the two countries. Besides name issue, also other topics
10:37 | 0 | MIA
Greece is set to present Thursday its counter-arguments within the public hearing before the Hague-based International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Macedonia's suit against Greece for violating the 1995 bilateral Interim Treaty by objecting to Macedonia's application to join NATO.
10:43 | 0 | ANA
Domestic tourism is expected to fall by 20 pct this year, compared with 2010, Andreas Andreadis, president of the Panhellenic Federation of Hoteliers said on Wednesday.
11:04 | 0 | Tanjug
President of Republika Srpska (RS) Milorad Dodik has stated that he talked Wednesday in Belgrade with Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin about the political situation in RS and Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH), as well as about economic cooperation.
11:09 | 0 | Agerpres
The president of the Court of Accounts Nicolae Vacaroiu explained the deputies of the Commission for budget, finance and banks, that by his own calculations, the underground economy in Romania annually exceeds 50 billion euros.
15:28 | 0 | Tanjug
Two earthquakes struck Croatia early Thursday morning - the first near Dubrovnik around 5 a.m. and the second 30 kilometers north of Zadar around 8 a.m.