|West still defends Pristina by reflex, Carpenter||Delevic: EU is Serbia's main trade partner||Dinar to strengthen by 0.1 percent||FYRMacedonia: Agreements on construction of 21 small hydro power plants||Greece: Three co-op lenders close||Croatia: Fuel prices to cross 11 kuna mark||Greek company to start building Bulgaria's Struma highway in April||Russian nuclear reactor arrives April||WB recommends consolidation of universities in Bulgaria||Bank deposits in Bulgaria continue to grow||Arsic: Public debt might exceed 50% of GDP||Serbia partner country of 38th Budva Food Fair||Conference opens without Markovic, Djurdjevic||Serbia ready for talks with EU||Ambassadors impressed with Raska Region||Seized property value to hit EUR 500 mil, Homen||Teresa Salgueiro in Belgrade on April 18||German film Silent River winner of 13th FSF||Petrovic on working visit to Montenegro||State ready to back new Leoni factory in Prokuplje||Chinese classes start at more than 30 schools||Average salary in Montenegro EUR495||Dacic: Date of Presidential election depends on Socialists||Anti-Corruption Council President Verica Barac dies|
09:27 | 0 | Emg.rs
Nothing is poorer than serve political function in attempting to sow horror stripped of every kind of morale. The target of the emergency operations is to rescue the human lives and further to open up the roads and provide relief.
09:29 | 0 | Focus News Agency
Transneft Vice President Mikhail Barkov has said Burgas-Alexandroupolis oil pipeline project will be frozen and the office of TransBalkanPipeline will be formally kept in Amsterdam.
09:30 | 0 | Focus News Agency
The Chinese news agency Xinhua has released a website in Bulgarian, offering news and analyses about the second strongest economy in the world.
09:34 | 0 | Sofia Echo News
Bulgaria's economy grew by 1.6 per cent to 76.17 billion leva in 2011, according to a flash estimate by the National Statistics Institute (NSI) released on February 15.
09:43 | 0 | Agerpres
Seven people died in the last 24 hours in Romania due to the harsh weather, thus raising to 86 the toll from severe hypothermia since a Yellow Code alert of freezing temperatures was issued by the forecasters.
09:44 | 0 | BTA
Bulgaria will withdraw from the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), the country's Economy, Energy and Tourism Minister Traicho Traikov told the media on Tuesday.
09:56 | 0 | tportal.hr
The Fitch Ratings agency says that the Croatian government's proposed reduction of budget expenditure for this year is encouraging, but that the planned cuts are less than previously projected, adding that it will conclude its review of the Croatian rating by the end of the
09:58 | 0 | Emg.rs, ekathimerini.com
The head of conservative New Democracy, Antonis Samaras, sent a letter on Wednesday to the heads of the country’s foreign creditors, saying that he was committed to the terms of a new debt deal.
10:03 | 0 | MIA
After almost three months Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos has responded to the proposal of his Macedonian counterpart Nikola Gruevski for a tete-a-tete meeting. He gives his approval for the meeting to take place on sidelines of the next European Council's session,
10:05 | 0 | MIA
The Macedonian Power Plants (ELEM) has decided to procure the required quantities of electricity for period February 16-29 from four selected companies, at an average prices of EUR 155.75 per MWh.
10:06 | 0 | MIA
The export of Macedonia's agricultural products to Russia has been on the rise since last September, Maksim Travnikov, Russian Deputy Minister of Regional Development, said Wednesday in Moscow at a meeting with visiting Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Supply Ljupco
10:09 | 0 | MIA
Presence of large number of tourists who have relatives in Macedonia and their interest for our country insured increase of number of Turkish tourists. Turkish Culture and Tourism Minister Ertuğrul Günay also visited the stand.
11:39 | 0 | StockMarketWire.com
Eurozone ministers are demanding a timetable from Greece as to when the agreed austerity measures will be implemented.A decision on whether Greece will receive a further bailout is now expected on Monday.
11:43 | 0 | Hürriyet Daily News
Greek Orthodox Patriarch Bartholomew is set to give a speech to Parliament’s Constitutional Commission on Feb. 20 to expound on the problems of Turkey’s minorities, marking the first such occasion in the history of the Turkish Republic.
12:29 | 0 | Pioneer-Investors.com
Hellas Power and Energa on Friday announced their intention to restart operations in the Greek market and to claim 80 million euros from DESMHE, the electricity energy distribution operator, following a decision by the country’s top court.