|Papandreou urges new name initiatives, Karatzaferis forecasts Greek failure in The Hague||More passengers transported through Macedonian airports in past two months||Protests erupt across Italy over debt||Macedonian, Montenegro nationals to cross countries' borders with ID cards||Greece: Gas pipelines discussed at Istanbul conference||Bloomberg: Serbia is preparing crisis plan for banks, finance official says||Statement of Commissioner Štefan Füle on the political agreement in Albania||Romania: Anti-corruption report: 971 persons prosecuted in 10 months||Germany assists energy efficiency in Montenegro’s education facilities||Campaign for Dec 4 parliamentary election officially begins||EP Foreign Affairs Committee passes documents on Croatia||Zagreb airport workers threaten strike on Friday||EBRD urges Bulgaria to maintain fiscal discipline, improve business environment||Russian Gazprom eager to set foot on Bulgaria's fuel retail market||China pours EUR 30 M in agriculture in Bulgaria, EU's poorest region||264,000 Croatian citizens living in BiH entitled to vote in Croatia's elections||The U.S. Embassy today opened the EducationUSA Advising Center in Banja Luka.||Over 30,000 people to take part in memorial march in Vukovar on Friday||Hitachi Power Europe transferring best environmental efficiency practices to Serbia Energy Sector||Serbia's public debt nearing 44.3% of GDP limit||New strategy of regulatory reform for improving business conditions to be prepared||Metalworkers want company accounts unblocked||Dacic: Regional police cooperation better than political||Nikolic thinks Serbia will get EU candidate status||LDP:No candidate status without change in priorities||Tadic: Lack of newborns poses most dangerous challenge||Signing of statement of intent on project of construction of Belgrade metro||Cvetkovic to meet with Lellouche||Krkobabic to visit Centre for Asylum-Seekers in Bogovadja||Ciric to sign Memorandum of Understanding with Swarovski representative||Conference on harmonisation of regional activities in disaster prevention||Cvetkovic, EU Commissioner for International Cooperation to meet||Djelic to visit Warsaw||Djelic presents Serbia's progress towards EU in Dublin||Kosovo expected to open its first stock exchange||Serbia open to energy supply projects||Cvetkovic and Erdogan on improvement of cooperation||Nordic Days in Serbia open||KiM Minister: Intensive talks with Serbs in Kosovo||Stefanovic: Still no agreement on crossings||Kosovo PM: Integrated management is border recognition||EU Official: Dialogue to continue on Nov. 21||Quorum problems open issue of Government's survival|
09:49 | 0 | BH Daily News
The International Community’s continued commitment to and focus on Bosnia and Herzegovina is the way to achieve the objective of a safe and stable country that can solve its own problems institutionally and move towards full Euro-Atlantic integration, High Representative
09:53 | 0 | BNR
Sofia is the venue of the meeting of EURopean Health Competent Authorities (EURHeCA), November 16-18.
10:00 | 0 | Sofia Echo News
The state will place stakes in a total 25 entities on the Bulgarian Stock Exchange (BSE), the bulk of which are smaller holdings in small-size companies.
10:01 | 0 | Dnevnik.bg
Bulgaria will promote eight domestic sectors in nine different countries that are considered potential investment targets as part of a project of InvestBulgaria Agency, Capital Daily said on November 14 2011.
10:03 | 0 | tportal.hr
This year's Theatre Night, a project initiated by a Zagreb children's theatre, will take place on Saturday November 19 in seven countries -- Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovakia, and Slovenia, the Croatian Ministry of Culture announced at a
10:06 | 0 | ekathimerini.com
The stance of Samaras - dismissed by some as posturing - was reportedly the subject of a teleconference on Tuesday between officials of the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund, known collectively as the troika.
10:10 | 0 | AMNA
Unveiling his policy platform in Parliament late on Monday, at the start of a three-day debate that will culminate in a vote of confidence for the new three-party cooperation government, new Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos said that the first priority will be to unlock
10:12 | 0 | AMNA
Greek authorities on Monday successfully auctioned a new range of radio frequencies (in the range between 900 and 1800 MHz) to the country's three mobile telephony operators Cosmote, Vodafone and Wind, raising more than 380 million euros.
10:17 | 0 | Agerpres
President Traian Basescu on Monday underscored that Romania affirms its objective of joining the Eurozone, because it cannot afford to be unserious, given that this is one of the objectives it has to achieve under its accession treaty with the European Union, saying that to
10:22 | 0 | MIA
UNESCO is a great supporter of many Macedonian initiatives and projects. Therefore, my visit to Paris aimed at extending gratitude for the support we've had and for projects that hopefully will be backed by UNESCO, President Gjorge Ivanov said on Monday after visiting the headquarters
10:24 | 0 | MIA
Exhibit "Macedonian Folklore" of Gordana Vrencoska will have the honor the open the event at the Beijing Jintai Art Museum. The exhibit will display photos, items, graphics, along with traditional folk costumes.
10:26 | 0 | MIA
Representatives of 12 South-East European countries attend the first regional summit of electricity transmission system operators, which kicked off Tuesday in Skopje.
10:28 | 0 | MIA
Austrian group Steiermaerkische Sparkasse has invested fresh EUR 15 million for increase of the Sparkasse Bank Macedonia capital, which now amounts to EUR 25,4 million.
10:29 | 0 | MIA
Construction, agriculture, textile and chemical industry are sectors in which Turkish businessmen from Torbali are interested to invest in Macedonia. They are also interested to invest in tourism and health care sectors.
20:56 | 0 | ekathimerini.com
Prime Minister Lucas Papademos and his interim government won a confidence vote in Parliament on Wednesday evening by a comfortable margin, as expected, following three days of political debate.