|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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07:17 | 0 | Tanjug
After visiting Croatian food company Podravka based in Koprivnica, President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce Milos Bugarin expressed his expectation that regional cooperation will give rise to a number of Serbian companies operating in Croatia.
07:22 | 0 | Beta
Kosovo President Behgjet Pacolli on March 23 paid his groundbreaking visit to Macedonia, where he met with his Macedonian counterpart Djordje Ivanov. The main topics were relations between Skopje and Pristina and the situation in the region.
07:47 | 0 | Beta
President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, Mevlut Cavusoglu, said on March 24 the Council is considering potential sanctions against Bosnia-Herzegovina, as it has failed to form government at the state level six months after the election.
07:53 | 0 | Alsat
With the purpose of strengthening the Albanian institutions, which will also serve the process of European integration, the European Commission (EC) assigned Euro 83.2 million to the Albanian government.
07:55 | 0 | Fena
Geneva Center for Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF), the Belgrade Center for Security Policy (BCSP) and the Center for Security Studies (CSS) in Sarajevo organized today in Sarajevo a round table on "Security Sector Reform in the Western Balkans: the context
07:56 | 0 | BH Daily News
Power utility EPBiH has proposed four options to raise the price of electrical energy that households pay, and price increases range from 12 per cent to 30 per cent.
07:58 | 0 | Dnevnik
Inspectors of Bulgaria's Food Safety Agency (BFSA) have registered a new case of foot-and-mouth (FMD) contamination, with six out of seven blood samples of domestic animals testing positive in the village of Granichar in the municipality of Sredets, southeastern Bulgaria.
07:59 | 0 | Croatian Times
China sees Croatia as one of its most important strategic partners in southeastern Europe, but the entrepreneurs of the two countries do not know each other well, the Chinese ambassador to Croatia Shen Zhifei has said.
08:00 | 0 | Croatian Times
The Minister of Agriculture Petar Cobankovic and the farmers that have been protesting in Croatia’s east for the past 15 days have agreed to meet on Saturday, the portal Index writes.
08:02 | 0 | ANA
The thorny "name issue" was among the topics discussed, focusing on prospects of ongoing UN-mediated negotiations, which should continue under the same auspices, as both sides have agreed.
08:06 | 0 | MIA
Greece has opened Thursday the presentation of its counterarguments 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 Accord by objecting to Macedonia's application
08:07 | 0 | MIA
The meeting has assembled close to 400 representatives of US, Balkan companies, including political leaders. One of the organizers Charles Dillon said that the summit should have been organized a long time ago.
08:08 | 0 | MIA
Kosovo President Pacolli said more frequent business fora, held 3-4 times a year, would help businessmen to use opportunities for cooperation, despite the small countries' markets.
12:42 | 0 | Tanjug
The nuclear power plant Krsko (NEK) in Slovenia was put out of operation again late on Thursday.