|TOS at Tourism Days in Sarajevo||Dinar drop prevented, rate RSD 111.1809 for EUR 1||Four Serbs arrested in Bela Zemlja||Metro, ISAP, Tram work-stoppage Wednesday||Greece: Universities at risk of closing due to PSI bond swap||Greek FM met with the Special Envoy of the U.S. Secretary of State for Eurasian Energy||Greece: Political parties to receive 7.72 million euros||President Tadić spared no efforts to secure Serbia’s progress on the way of European integration||Tadic: Award belongs to Serbian citizens||FYRMacedonia: Gasoline, diesel prices increase||Mebel 2012 opened at Skopje Fair||PM Gruevski: Qatar companies focus on energy projects||Austria's Kaufmann Group invests over 435 million Euros in Croatia||Islamic banks with no interest coming to Croatia||Croatia partner country at Mostar Economic fair||Bulgaria appoints new deputy foreign minister||National goal for Bulgaria: 76% of employment by 2020||BiH has to improve its standards if it wants to continue its goods export to Croatia||France: Kosovo and Albania are not safe countries||Ciric: Italy important investor and partner||Vujanovic: Montenegro to back Jeremic's candidacy||KiM Minister: KEK lawsuit meant to pressure Serbs||Detained Serbs to lodge appeal, talks with EULEX||EP: Defence Ministry has documents on RTS bombing||Lunacek against staging elections in Kosovo||Feasibility study process launched in Pristina||Obraz leader sentenced to 10 months of prison||De Marnhac completes mandate in June||Sutanovac: Serbia will join EDA soon||Resolution of Klecka case important for clearing up faith of missing persons||Subsidies for local producers of commercial vehicles||Ljajic writes to ICTY about guarantees for Seselj||Dinar drops 0.1% to new historic low||13th Archaeological Film Festival opens||Belgium ratifies SAA with Serbia|
12:37 | 0 | AMNA
The 2012 tourism season "unofficially" began in Crete on Sunday with the landing at Iraklio's airport of a charter flight carrying 103 German tourists from the Hanover area, an event that was marked by a special welcoming ceremony at the airport, complete with local delicacies
12:39 | 0 | AMNA
A photographic exhibition on the New Acropolis Museum opened on Saturday at the Hellenic Foundation for Culture (HFC) branch in Odessa, in the context of celebrations marking the anniversary of March 25, 1821 Greek revolution against Ottoman rule.
12:44 | 0 | MIA
Qatar has expressed great interest and political will for investing in Macedonia, Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski said Monday.
12:47 | 1 | MIA
Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki held a meeting Monday in London with the British Foreign Secretary, William Hague for talks on NATO and Macedonia's participation in its missions, especially in Afghanistan, the country's integration process and its attempts to affirm the European
12:49 | 0 | MIA
A government delegation led by the Vice PM responsible for economic affairs, Vladimir Pesevski is set to present Macedonia's investment opportunities before representatives of 40 companies in Stuttgart.
12:51 | 0 | Agerpres
According to CNAB estimates, after March 25 the passenger traffic on the Otopeni Airport will increase by about 45 percent on average and the number of landings/take-offs will grow by about 30 percent.
12:56 | 0 | AMNA
The government on Monday announced the creation of 30 guarded reception centres for illegal migrants in 10 of the country’s 13 administrative regions, with the exception of the regions of the Aegean and Ionian islands and the large island of Crete.
08:35 | 0 | Beta
Croatian Ambassador to Serbia Zeljko Kupresak said that Serbia and Croatia had the potential to achieve two billion euros' worth of economic exchange, yet trade was currently stuck at roughly EUR600 million.
12:08 | 0 | Emg.rs
Premier Berisha received today the newly appointed Ambassador of Kosova in Tirana, Mr. Sylejman Selimi. Welcoming and wishing himr success in this new task, Premier Berisha assured ambassador Selimi of full support of Albanian government in this mission for consolidation of the
12:25 | 0 | Slovenian Times/STA
Zoran Janković will return as mayor of Ljubljana. He won just shy of 61% of the vote, rendering a run-off unnecessary, according to unofficial results of by-election after almost all the votes were counted.
12:27 | 0 | Agerpres
President Traian Basescu arrived on Monday in Seoul, to attend the second Nuclear Security Summit, on the invitation of his South-Korean counterpart Lee Myung-bak.