|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
04:33 | 0 | Tanjug
The European Parliament (EP) adopted by a large majority at a plenary session in Strasbourg a resolution on Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH), which underlines that the submittal of the EU candidacy bid requires a functional state and government.
04:32 | 1 | Tanjuug
Croatian President Ivo Josipovic said relations between Serbia and Croatia are better than a few years ago, and the political dimension of the mutual genocide lawsuits is overestimated.
04:29 | 0 | Tanjug
The Zagreb Fair with around 30 specialized events and 6,000 exhibitors on an annual level expects a greater inflow of Serbian businessmen in 2012.
04:28 04:29 | 0 | Tanjug
Comico Overseas board member Brian Murray congratulated Wednesday the Smederevo local authorities on the progress in the refinery building project, announcing the company will soon sign a contract with the town and pay the lease.
04:28 | 0 | BNR
Nabucco pipeline project welcomes the support of the Bulgarian government. This country will make great profit out of the new gas pipeline, since it will provide new business opportunities, diversification and reliability of gas supplies across all transit countries.
04:27 | 0 | Novinite.com
Slovenia's new center-right government has suspended the ratification of the controversial ACTA trade agreement until the EU reaches a stance on the issue.
04:27 | 0 | Novinite.com
Bulgaria's foreign direct investments in January 2012 were four times less than in the corresponding month of 2011, according to the Bulgarian National Bank's preliminary data.
04:26 | 0 | Fena
The BiH Fiscal Council adopted today a global framework for the fiscal period 2012 to 2014, thus opening the possibility for drafting the state budget for 2012 and a new arrangement with the IMF, told reporters today the Chairman of the Council of Ministers Vjekoslav Bevanda.
04:26 | 0 | Emg.rs
Montenegrin and Turkish Government officials signed agreements to support investments, social welfare, civil air transport and air transport infrastructure on Wednesday in Istanbul.
04:23 | 0 | Hina
The Federal Passenger Company, a subsidiary of Russian Railways, is introducing a direct train service between Moscow and the southern Croatian Adriatic city of Split via Budapest, which will operate from June 17 to August 26.
04:22 | 0 | Emg.rs
Today, the Commission's Task Force for Greece presents its second report on the EU support to Greece. It was created to help Greece implement its challenging reform agenda, which is designed to return to growth and create jobs.
04:21 | 0 | ekathimerini
Standard & Poor’s announced on Thursday that it would move Greek bonds out of selective default rating when Athens completes the exchange of its foreign law notes as well.
04:20 | 0 | MIA
A list of six conclusions and an annex of concrete targets defining a roadmap involving their fulfilment in the five key areas - rule of law, public administration reform, freedom of the media, electoral reform and strengthening the market economy.
04:19 | 0 | MIA
The ninth ministerial review conference on the South East Europe Border Security Cooperation, organized by Macedonia's Ministry of Interior under the patronage of Denmark's EU Presidency, kicked off Thursday in Skopje.
04:18 | 0 | MIA
Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management Ljupco Dimovski held a meeting on Thursday with a delegation of the Turkish companies "Atesoglu" and "Alutek" for talks on possible investments in Macedonia in the field of agriculture.