|Cabinet's goals fighting poverty, crime, Says Tadic||Nikolic to take oath of office||RSD 1.3bn for energy efficiency of buildings||Serbia’s representative at Venice Biennale chosen||Public debt crisis could strike this year||Bulgaria to sell 500 armored vehicles to Iraq||EU to Remove Bulgaria, Germany from deficit blacklist||Croatia Airlines to start Split-Belgrade-Split route this week||Greece: National Bank warns of dire "Grexit" fallout||EU-Kosovo: Further step to consolidate rule of law||PPC reports 1.4-mln-euro loss in Q1||Opinion poll indicates desire to stay in eurozone||PM Gruevski: Documents confirm that Cvenkovski accepted unfavorable name proposal||EBRD opens new Turkey office, to invest EUR1 billion annually|
12:52 | 0 | BNR
The biggest growth will come from Russia and Ukraine – about 15 to 20 percent. The 100,000th visa to a Russian national since the start of 2012, should be issued during the first week of June that represents a 15-percent growth year-on-year, Marinov said.
12:55 | 0 | Novinite.com
Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry has formally asked Salah Sukkar, Charge d'Affaires of the Embassy of Syria, to leave in the wake of the recent massacre of civilians in the Syrian town of Houla.
12:58 | 0 | Novinite.com
Unfortunate economic policies in Bulgaria have led to massive reduction of jobs and closing down of small and medium enterprises, according to Bulgarian Industrial Association chair Bozhidar Danev.
12:59 | 0 | Novinite.com
One of the major global credit rating agencies, Moody's, has confirmed Bulgaria's government bond rating and stable outlook in its annual credit report on the country, issued Tuesday.
13:01 | 0 | Croatian Times
Croatia's Ministry of Finance has established a working group to draft a new property tax law, which will go up for public debate before the summer, reported daily newspaper Vecernji list.
13:08 | 0 | ekathimerini.com
Greece handed 18 billion euros to its four biggest banks on Monday, the finance ministry said, allowing the stricken lenders to regain access to European Central Bank funding.
13:10 | 0 | MIA
The document, marked confidential, contains the letter of UN mediator Matthew Nimetz to countries' negotiators Nikola Dimitrov and Adamantios Vassilakis, a proposal for a solution of the name, and annex to the proposal, which focuses on identity issues.
13:12 13:13 | 0 | MIA
The Customs Administration received Tuesday a grant of $30,000 in equipment through the United States Export Control and Related Border Security (EXBS) Program.
13:13 | 0 | Romania Business Insider
Romania’s dependency on energy imports will almost double by 2030, if investments in the country’s energy segment do not become a reality, said Răzvan Nicolescu, head of public affairs and regulation with OMV Petrol oil and gas company. The current level of dependency
13:14 | 0 | Romania Business Insider
Ratings agency Standard&Poors has kept the BB+/B rating on Romanian sovereigns. S&P describes the Romanian Government’s general debt as “moderate” but says the country has “relatively low prosperity, exposure to foreign parent bank financing
13:15 | 0 | Romania Business Insider
Romania exported weapons worth some EUR 131 million in 2011, an increase of 6 percent on the year before, and a growth of 30 percent on 2009. Countries like the US, Afghanistan and the UK spent twice as much on weapons from Romania than in previous years.