|Romanian households pay lowest prices for natural gas, in H2, 2009||Intercultural dialogue among Serbia’s priorities||Gaza aid fleet attacked by Israeli forces, Turkey protests||FM Milososki addresses third annual forum of UN Alliance of Civilizations||MAT Airways awaits CAA flight permit||Fresh coal exploitation launched in REK Bitola||FYROM: Budget rebalance will not reduce salaries, pensions||Macedonian Government to invest over EUR 500 million in next 10 years - PM||Serbia cannot join EU without recognizing Kosovo - MEP||Greeks are Europe's heaviest smokers, a survey shows||OTOE says will participate in all GSEE mobilisations||Greece:New hikes in insurance premiums for car owners||Estimates show 2.5% fall in Croatia's GDP in Q1 2010||Watchdog again postpones decision on NURTS sale||Problems in Greece should not bother Bulgaria, bailout plan is going well||Turkey asked to mediate over canceled visit||Alpha Bank posts 2.2 mln Euro Q1 Pre-tax Profit from Serbian Operations||Germany's Falke invests 8.0 mln Euro in Serbian socks factory||Chinese to buy Pancevo Glass Factory||Pharmaswiss to build new plant in Belgrade||Serbia - Slovakia economic cooperation lags||EU Ambassadors support Serbia's EU integration||H.E. Konuzin: We are following Serbia's statements about NATO||DELO: EU is giving Serbia role of regional force||Proposal to grant citizens of 30 European countries entry with ID cards||Banking sector in Serbia absorbs blow from crisis||Serbian Gov't adopted several bills on Friday||Amnesty International: Discrimination against non-Albanians in Kosovo||IPAK recommends new incentives for foreign investors||Government to revise projected budget deficit||Dacic to open professional competition on Ada Ciganlija||Minister Matic opens the Fourth Information Science Olympics||U.S. Nonimmigrant Visa Application Fees to increase Worldwide June 4||Varvarin: memory of victims of NATO bombing||MoD Sutanovac: Planned participation in the missions in Lebanon and Cyprus||Local elections held in K.Mitrovica, DSS wins most votes||Serbia reviving its wine making|
06:33 | 0 | EMportal
Assistant Minister of Energy and Mining Vladan Karamarkovic announced today that an international conference on "Energy and Sustainable Development" will be held from 11 to 13 March in Kragujevac.
06:35 | 0 | EMportal
The decrees of Serbian President Boris Tadic on the appointments of new Serbian ambassadors to Bangladesh, Malawi and Ecuador were published in the latest issue of the Official Gazette.
06:55 | 0 | Tanjug
If Serbia continues to base its economic growth on excessive domestic spending, this could lead to the "Greek scenario," Governor of the National bank of Serbia (NBS) Radovan Jelasic said at the ongoing Business Forum on Mt. Kopaonik.
06:56 07:10 | 0 | EMportal, Tanjug
Ambassadors of the six countries participating in the Kopaonik Business Forum agreed on Tuesday that economic stability and the completion of reforms, especially in the legal system, is necessary in order for investments to start arriving in Serbia.
06:59 | 0 | Tanjug
The U.S. is pulling 570 of its troops out of Kosovo in the next two months as part of a NATO restructuring, the Pristina media reported Wednesday.
07:00 | 0 | EMportal
The security situation in Serbia is stable - it was assessed at a meeting of President Boris Tadic with the highest commanders of the Serbian Army and the Ministry of Defense officials in Belgrade.
07:03 | 0 | EMportal
The head of the World Bank Office in Belgrade, Simon Gray, said international creditors will be present in Serbia in future as well, but at a lower level than in the past, and that the flow of investments will be lower, although Serbia will still require foreign technologies and
07:05 | 0 | EMportal
At the invitation of the Serbian Economists Association, Ambassador Mary Warlick participated in the 17th Business Forum in Kopaonik on Tuesday, March 9 and spoke about Serbia's economic future, further integrated into Europe and further integrated into the global trading system.
07:11 | 0 | EMportal
An earthquake measuring 4.6 degrees on the Richter scale happened Wednesday afternoon in Kosovo, the Seismological Institute of Serbia said. No casualty was reported.
07:15 | 0 | EMportal
U.S. Embassy Belgrade helped support the International Conference entitled Designer: Artist or Universal Soldier, to be held from March 10th to 12th, 2010 at the Robna Kuca store, Knez Mihailova 5, Belgrade.
07:18 | 0 | EMportal
Deputy Prime Minister for EU integration Bozidar Djelic said today that the National Competition Council’s aim is to see Serbia on the World Economic Forum’s list of the 70 most competitive countries by the end of the present government’s term in office.
07:19 | 0 | EMportal
Minister for the National Investment Plan (NIP) Verica Kalanovic said that all post global economic crisis development models for Serbia make infrastructure development a priority and a necessity for quicker growth.
07:22 | 0 | EMportal, Infobiro.tv
Famous actor Ralph Fiennes, who will shoot his directorial debut, Coriolanus, said in Belgrade that he decided to shoot the film in the capital of Serbia because of the specific spirit of the city.
07:25 | 0 | EMportal
An instructional book in the Albanian language on accurately reading the holy Quran was republished for the fourth time in Kosovo.
07:32 | 0 | EMportal
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Ilir Meta departs for a two-day official visit to the Republic of Serbia
07:59 | 0 | EMportal
The U.S. Embassy is pleased to announce its participation in the 7th International Education Fair in Belgrade. The largest and oldest education fair in the West Balkan region with more than eighty exhibitors will take place at the Continental hotel (Mezzanine), March 11-13.
08:19 08:25 | 0 | EMportal
SEEMO is surprised at this manner of communication by an official representative of the French government. The behaviour by the French Foreign Minister was not professional and it is not a way in which a state official should be communicating with a journalist, said SEEMO Secretary
18:12 | 0 | EMportal
Serbian Minister of Energy and Mining Petar Skundric said today that some €9 billion will be invested in the Serbian energy sector over the next five to seven years.