|Djelic: Agreement with IMF important for Serbia’s macro economic stability||ICTY to open re-trial of Haradinaj case on Thursday||U.S. official Phillip Ricker to visit Belgrade||Guinea and Nigeria recognize the independence of Kosovo||ODIHR Publishes Report on May 8. “Positive Elections, Followed by Polarization”||KPMG: Local banks have significant exposure to Romania’s sovereign debt||Statement of Greek Liaison Office in Skopje on today's incident in Florina involving two journalists||Education cooperation agreement between Macedonia and Turkey in the works||Sisak refinery still recovering from June fire||Statement by President Barroso and Commissioner Rehn on today's proposals by President Sarkozy and Chancelor Merkel||Gaddafi may soon go into exile, media||European Parliament's delegation to visit Ukraine to discuss country's EU integration prospects||International conference on Sanskrit epics taking place in Dubrovnik||Libya: Rebels advancing, thousands fleeing Tripoli||Three main postal centres to be completed in 2012||Japan donates equipment to Novi Sad health centre||Repairing damage from Kraljevo earthquake on schedule||Petnica emerges as leading European out-of-school educational centre||Djelic: Serbia-EU Forum based on the model of Davos||Djelic: No date for accession talks to entail new preconditions||Dacic: Serbia cannot use Kosovo as bargaining chip||Kosovo Government: Belgrade cannot decide on Kosovo||Djelic: Merkel's visit planned before crisis in Northern Kosovo||Serbian government condemns obstruction of freedom of movement in Kosovo||Priluzje's residents stage peaceful protest for third day in row||Prosecution seeks two trials for Mladic||Srbijagas director general says gas price is likely to go up by 15 percent||Negotiations with IMF to start on 22 August||IMF delegation arriving in Belgrade|
07:28 | 0 | Tanjug
The pan-Arab satellite news network Al-Jazeera will start broadcasting its programme in the Balkans as of September and the network's officials hope that their television would become an informational centre in the Balkan region.
07:52 | 0 | Dnevnik
The conditions of making business in Bulgaria deteriorated in March, the National Statistics Institute (NSI) said on Monday.
07:54 | 0 | RadioNET
The Krsko nuclear power plant could be reconnected to the grid by the end of the week, the Slovenian Nuclear Safety Administration said on its website on Tuesday.
07:57 | 0 | Reuters, Athensnews.gr
The downgrades left Portugal one notch above junk and Greece's creditworthiness below that of Egypt, deepening the debt troubles for two of the weakest countries in the euro zone.
08:00 | 0 | ANA
“Greece did what was dictated by its national interest, and it did not abstain from Libya operations because it would have been damaging,” Defence Minister Evangelos Venizelos told MPs on Tuesday.
08:01 | 0 | MIA
The Foreign Minister and Macedonia's representative before the Hague-based International Court of Justice (ICJ), Antonio Milososki, is satisfied with the presentation of the country's arguments to the suit against Greece and expects for the ICJ to confirm that Athens breached
11:56 | 0 | Tanjug
The Krsko Nuclear Power Plant (NEK) restarted its production early Wednesday following an automatic shutdown on March 23 for safety reasons, the NEK management said in release on the same day.
12:12 | 0 | Pioneer-Investors.com
A Western Balkans and Europe 2020 – Towards Convergence and Growth coordination meeting of regional initiatives and interested donor institutions will take place in Brussels, on 30-31 March 2011.The event will be organized by the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) Secretariat.
12:18 | 0 | Agerpres
Deputy Chairman of the Romanian Senate Cristian Diaconescu will be attending, March 29-31, the European Union - Moldova Economic Forum, the Senate reports in a press release.
12:20 | 0 | Agerpres
A project of the company Zeta Petroleum Romania for 2011 reveals that the town of Jimbolia, Timis County (west), sits upon an oil field of high quality paraffin-based crude, the preliminary assessment indicating the existence of reserves of at least 1.5 million barrels, but
12:22 | 0 | MIA
Macedonia and Russia have actual opportunities to cooperate. Macedonian companies have huge chances to ink business deals at a market of 140 million consumers.
12:25 | 0 | MIA
Last year was one of the most successful years for Macedonia's agriculture-food sector, with the largest export registered in the past two decades, amounting to EUR 424 million, said Tuesday Deputy-Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy, Perica Ivanovski citing
12:27 | 0 | RadioNET
Croatian Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor will officially visit Israel on Wednesday and Thursday and hold talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other top officials about bilateral and other issues.