|Finland, Greece agree on bailout conditions||Germany's Alliage Quintet performs at Ohrid Summer Fest||Sarkozy, Merkel invite Van Rompuy to head eurozone||NBS: Inflation will continue to drop in next period||Dulic: Additional RSD 500 million for subsidized housing loans||Priluzje residents form crisis staff over Sitnica bridge construction||France, Germany propose "a true economic government for the eurozone"||Bulgaria offers most attractive package tours to Romanian pensioners||Capital overhaul of B2 unit of power planta TENT Nikola Tesla Obrenovac is about to be completed||New records on the mine "Drmno" at Kostolac Power Plants||Fitch: 2012 elections could lead to “negative rating action”||Romanian GDP up 0.2pct in Q2, according to early estimations||Gen. Goranco Koteski appointed Chief of ARM's General Staff||Croatia: Franc falls by 1.96% against kuna||Croatia: Prices of food up 2.4 per cent from last year||Tourists in Croatia served imported produce||Price of major foods in Bulgaria 22 % higher in one year||Tickets on sale for Qatar Airways Sofia Flights||Over 900 master boxes of smuggled cigarettes detained at Varna port||BiH: Citizens start first legal action against Hypo Bank||Palestinian President concludes to Bosnia||UNMIK recognizes customs stamps of Kosovo||German press: Kosor's statement should not be overlooked||Westerwelle informed Jeremic about talks in region||Delivery of Japanese donation to Novi Sad health centre||Markovic to visit repair works on houses in Kraljevo||Djelic, Obradovic to visit Petnica||Dacic hands over certificate of Serbian citizenship, passport to Dmitri Gerasimenko||Pensions, salaries in public sector to be increased in October||Government fights to suspend death penalty of its citizen in Nevada|
06:32 | 0 | Tanjug
Montenegrin Prime Minister Igor Luksic and representatives of the opposition reached an agreement on Monday with regard to issues of the Serbian language and citizenship, which was the opposition's condition for providing a two-third majority in the parliament that is necessary
06:39 | 0 | BNR
The Bulgarian diplomatic services abroad will be receiving online applications for polling registration for the upcoming presidential elections on October 23, the Ministry for Foreign Affairs announced.
06:43 | 0 | Croatian Times
Some 46,592 Serbian visitors came to Croatia in the first six months of the year, with those numbers expected to top 100,000 by its end. That would mean a 15 per cent increase over last year’s visits and revenues of about 50 million Euro
06:45 | 0 | Croatian Times
Croatian banks are getting nervous over 34 billion kunas (4.6 billion Euros) of loans considered to be in arrears or with repayments late three or more months, daily Jutarnji List writes.
06:47 | 0 | MIA
Gasoline and diesel retail prices plummet by 3.5 and 4 denars per liter respectively as of Monday midnight, the Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) has decided.
06:49 | 0 | MIA
PM George Papandreou's cabinet called on the business community in Greece to support the economy in order the country to be able to tackle the debt crisis.
06:52 | 0 | MIA
Turkey's low-cost carrier Pegasus Airlines as of Monday establishes flights Skopje-Istanbul-Skopje and Skopje-Izmir-Skopje. One-way tickets cost 29.99 euros including taxes.
06:55 | 0 | Agerpres
China has mandated its relevant ministers to work on the implementation of five major projects proposed by Romania in the fields of energy, transport and agriculture, Prime Minister Emil Boc announced after a meeting with Chinese counterpart Wen Jiabao on Monday.
06:56 | 0 | MIA
Developments in the United States and the eurozone do not have any major effects on Macedonia's economy, but Macedonia still feels the effects of the global economic crisis after a certain period or even belatedly, says Sonja McGurk, American Chamber of Commerce in Macedonia (AmCham
06:58 | 0 | Hina
The Tribunal indicted a total of 161 persons and proceedings have been concluded against 126 persons. Proceedings are ongoing for 35 accused, the UN court reports on its web site.
11:05 | 0 | Serbia-energy.com
Assistant to Minister of industry, energy and mining of Republika Srpska, Mr. Milan Bastinac stated that three companies fulfilled the deadline for delivery of necessary documentation.