|PACE members condemned the the destruction of telecommunications in Kosmet||Cypriot Ambassador: Unilateral actions in Kosovo should be avoided||Telephone signal in largest part of Kosovo-Metohija reestablished||Serbia gets green light for fish product export to EU||Government offers subsidised loans for purchase of PCs||Serbia, China have joint stance on Kosovo-Metohija issue||Traykov: Serbia interested in Bulgarian nuclear power plant||Best ideas by young entrepreneurs in agribusiness awarded||Romania: Investments to follow crisis||Bulgarian parliament rejects smoking ban||Adriatic-Ionic Initiative: Greek crisis dominates Parliament Heads meeting||New funds to support future Cyprus settlement||U.S. leaders monitoring Greek financial crisis||FinMin Stavreski expects Greek investors to stay in FYRMacedonia||Athens clash at finance ministry over budget cuts||FYROM: Large amount of weapons and explosives seized near Blace||Greek cooperative banks report improved Q1 results||"Serbia is a strategic partner of Greece"||A. Samaras: "It is obvious that the crisis is not only Greece's"||Business daily Poslovni Dnevnik and New York Times join forces in Croatia||Croatia and Serbia to sign military cooperation agreement||EBRD supports Croatia's economic recovery programme||Bulgaria: More than eight tons acetic anhydride seized during GDCOC operation||Healthcare Forum held in Plovdiv||Forum on Pan-European Corridor VIII held in Tirana||OHR, OSCE and CEC sign Memorandum of understanding||EULEX: Construction tenders under investigation||Albin Kurti trial is adjourned until Tuesday||Vanuatu recognizes Kosovo independence||Plan on military cooperation between Serbia and USA signed||US Ambassador to Serbia visits southern Serbia||Serbian Statistics Office to hold press conference||Dinkic to visit flooded areas in Zajecar and surroundings||Djelic to visit Museum of Roma culture||The Serbian government adopted several bills||"Serbia to move on from the dark and bloody past"||Serbian President to visit Azerbaijan|
|BELEX TICKER||AGBN 9.882 -0,81%||AIKB 3.400 0,18%||ALFA 9.452 -2,56%||BIPB 50 -3,85%||BMBI 10.000 -4,21%||DINNPB 2.707 2,11%||DNOS 2.617 -3,96%||EGMN 3.504 -0,03%||ENHL 945 1,50%||FITO 6.572 2,69%||GLOS 662 -3,36%||IMLK 1.464 8,36%||INFM 3.100 -1,24%||JESV 6.900 -1,43%||KMBN 32.709 3,84%||KMBNPB 10.600 2,44%||MTLC 2.363 -1,21%||NPRD 3.800 0,00%||PRBN 710 -1,25%||PRGS 180 7,78%||PTLK 201 0,50%||SJPT 975 -0,41%||SMPO 500 0,00%||TGAS 6.700 0,00%||TIGR 824 6,32%||TLFN 1.714 -4,25%||UNBN 6.800 4,62%||VITL 1.050 0,00%||VZAS 710 0,00%|
09:57 10:15 | 0 | Focus News Agency, Naslovi.net
The results and impressions from the meeting in Brdo near Kranj in Slovenia, which the Western Balkan state leaders attended and which Serbia and many EU officials did not take part in after all, are making the headlines in Sunday’s press in Serbia.