|U.S. official Phillip Ricker to visit Belgrade||Guinea and Nigeria recognize the independence of Kosovo||ODIHR Publishes Report on May 8. “Positive Elections, Followed by Polarization”||KPMG: Local banks have significant exposure to Romania’s sovereign debt||Statement of Greek Liaison Office in Skopje on today's incident in Florina involving two journalists||Education cooperation agreement between Macedonia and Turkey in the works||Sisak refinery still recovering from June fire||Statement by President Barroso and Commissioner Rehn on today's proposals by President Sarkozy and Chancelor Merkel||Gaddafi may soon go into exile, media||European Parliament's delegation to visit Ukraine to discuss country's EU integration prospects||International conference on Sanskrit epics taking place in Dubrovnik||Libya: Rebels advancing, thousands fleeing Tripoli||Three main postal centres to be completed in 2012||Japan donates equipment to Novi Sad health centre||Repairing damage from Kraljevo earthquake on schedule||Petnica emerges as leading European out-of-school educational centre||Djelic: Serbia-EU Forum based on the model of Davos||Djelic: No date for accession talks to entail new preconditions||Dacic: Serbia cannot use Kosovo as bargaining chip||Kosovo Government: Belgrade cannot decide on Kosovo||Djelic: Merkel's visit planned before crisis in Northern Kosovo||Serbian government condemns obstruction of freedom of movement in Kosovo||Priluzje's residents stage peaceful protest for third day in row||Prosecution seeks two trials for Mladic||Srbijagas director general says gas price is likely to go up by 15 percent||Negotiations with IMF to start on 22 August||IMF delegation arriving in Belgrade|
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President Nicolas Sarkozy and Chancellor Angela Merkel have reaffirmed their determination to implement in full the resolutions reached by the heads of state and government of the euro-zone states and by the institutions of the European Union on 21 July 2011. The proposals of French
18:13 | 0 | MIA
French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel sent a joint letter Wednesday to EU president Herman Van Rompuy inviting him to chair a body of eurozone leaders.