|Turkish resolution rejected in Karadjordjevo||Government signs agreement with trade unions||Montenegrin Government predicts economic growth in med-term period||HANFA suspends trading of Ina´s share second time in month||EUR 4 million of Sanader's assets frozen||Dodik: Forthcoming referendum not to be on RS status||No increased radiation in Bulgaria's Kozloduy nuclear plant||EU expects Inzko to react to Republika Srpska referendum||Banja Luka hit by minor quake||Bulgaria's business climate improves in Apr on increased demand for services||Meeting of the Governors of the Central Bank of BiH, Montenegro and Serbia||Bogdanovic: Kosovo cannot get former Yugoslavia's property||Serbia's foreign trade with Italy reaćes EUR 2.7 billion||Patriarch Irinej of Serbia receives Dodik||Serbia, Greece discuss mutual recognition of driving licenses||Lunacek interested in running EU delegation in Kosovo||EULEX calls on Pristina and Belgrade to refrain from provocation||Storms kill scores in Alabama and other south US states||Police sweep in central Athens||Greek President Papoulias to open Nebojsa Tower||Greek PM reiterates need for ceasefire, implementation of UNSC resolutions to top Libyan official||Croatia: New anti-government protests announced for Friday||Fourth national protest rally against high fuel prices organised in Bulgaria||BiH: Police operation "Boomerang" results with 21 arrests and 30 searched locations||Albania: One dead in explosion in Vlora||Dejanovic: Parliamentary majority will decide on elections||Dinar hits new record high against euro||Kolundzija: MPs to discuss funding of parties on May 5||JAT Airways flies to Spain, Dubrovnik||Government and Unions to sign the Agreement today||Ciric to visit Golubac municipality||Socio-economic agreement for 2011 to be signed||Djelic to attend Vukovar Danube Summit||Government adopts Bill on financing political activities||Visas for travelling to Japan to be abolished as of May 1|
|BELEX TICKER||AERO 511 0,99%||AGBN 8.401 -1,02%||AIKB 3.702 0,68%||ALFA 9.500 1,69%||DINNPB 1.900 -2,86%||DNOS 1.725 -1,43%||ENHL 945 1,18%||GLOS 450 2,27%||IMLK 1.955 0,05%||JMBN 16.443 -0,04%||KMBN 3.250 1,56%||KMBNPB 988 9,17%||LSTA 450 -0,66%||MTLC 2.400 0,00%||NIIS 515 0,78%||NPRD 2.800 0,00%||PRGS 75 -1,32%||SJPT 1.012 0,80%||SMPO 410 0,00%||TIGR 780 1,43%||VITL 1.300 9,43%||VZAS 526 0,19%|
08:12 | 0 | MIA
Saudi Arabia's oil minister said the kingdom had slashed output by 800,000 barrels per day in March due to oversupply, sending the strongest signal yet that OPEC will not act to quell soaring prices.
08:16 | 0 | Emg.rs
Ten years after the September 11 terrorist attacks, the Council of Europe will host a special meeting of the Security Council Counter-Terrorism Committee, bringing together international, regional and subregional organisations,19-21 April in Strasbourg (France).
08:19 | 0 | Itar-Tass
The forum will be held under the support from the Russian Foreign Ministry, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Ecology, the Russian Academy of Sciences. The forum will bring together public servants, diplomats, scientists and experts from the Caspian littoral states, the
08:20 | 0 | Itar-Tass
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will visit Russia on April 21-23 as part of his European tour, the Kremlin press service reported on Monday.