Prime Minister Gruevski: Only Citizens Can Decide on Government’s Composition

Our position was and will remain: only the Macedonian citizens can decide at elections on a government's composition, PM Nikola Gruevski told reporters on Saturday commenting his expectations from EU Commissioner Johannes ... More


President publishes text on her first 100 days in office Photo

On the occasion of her first 100 days in office, Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic has posted on her web site a text in which she says that she is encouraged by reactions from citizens from all over the country and ... More


Rama in Prishtina inauguration of Ismail Qemali statue: "Albanians united in the EU"

The statue of Ismail Qemali was placed on 23/5/2015 in Prishtina, in a ceremony with the presence of the Albanian Prime Minister, Edi Rama. Rama declared that he was honored, and that the mission of Ismail Qemali would ... More


Second Plenary Session of SEECP PA, 22-23 May 2015

On 22-23 May 2015 Second Plenary Session of the South-East European Cooperation Process Parliamentary Assembly was held in Tirana under the auspicies of Albanian Presidency. The Session was preceded by meetings of the Ad-Hoc ... More


Economist Conferences: 19th Roundtable with the Gov't of Greece

2015 seems to be a challenging year for both Europe and Greece. The new leadership at the helm of the European Commission and the European Council will have the opportunity to boost the much needed stability and ... More


Kumanovo operation ends, terrorists neutralized

The operation against a terrorist group in a Kumanovo settlement has ended. The group, which operated from several houses and represented a threat to the security of Macedonian citizens has been entirely neutralized and ... More


Prime Minister Gruevski says terror group in Kumanovo was planning mass murder attacks

Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski said that the police action in the city of Kumanovo through Saturday and in early Sunday was launched after the Interior Ministry received information that a large and well armed group ... More


Jankuloska: Total of 38 officers are injured and 30 protesters detained

Interior Minister Gordana Jankuloska said that a total of 38 policemen were injured in the unruly protests in Skopje on Tuesday evening, while 30 protesters were detained. Six of the policemen were kept for further treatment ... More


Hahn: We want entire Balkans in EU

Commissioner for European Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn said on Wednesday that the EU would like to integrate the entire Western Balkans and voiced the expectation that Serbia would soon open ... More


Bulgaria Attracted Foreign Investment of EUR 128.2 M in Jan, Feb 2015

Bulgaria has attracted foreign investment of EUR 128.2 M in the first two months of 2015, according to Deputy Economy Minister Daniela Vezieva. She boasted that foreign investment in 2014 totaled EUR 1.29 B, adding that the ... More


Cavusoglu: Turkey will continue to support BiH

Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey Mevlut Cavusoglu said after the meeting with Minister of Foreign Affairs of BiH Igor Crnadak today in Sarajevo that Turkey, and its foreign ministry, will always be there to ... More


EC publishes Spring economic prediction, encouraging data for Albania

Spring has arrived for the European economy, but not for every state of the Union, as seen by the Spring prediction for the economic growth in the EU and the candidate countries, including Albania, a report published by the ... More


Zvornik attack an attack on stability of entire region

The recent terrorist attack in Zvornik is an attack on the stability of the entire region because it is a system of communicating vessels, Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said on ... More


CSCI poll: Results if elections were held next Sunday: new PNL - 42 pct; PSD-UNPR-PC - 39 pct

The new National Liberal Party (made up of the former PNL - the National Liberal Party and the former PDL - Democratic Liberal Party) would collect the most votes, if parliamentary elections were to be held in Romania next ... More


Developments in Turkish Cypriot parties following the "presidential elections'" results

Turkish Cypriot daily Yeni Duzen newspaper (29.04.15) reports that the "agony congress" for all the Turkish Cypriot parties has started in the breakaway regime following the "presidential elections'" results. The paper writes ... More


Croatia prepares National Reform Programme

The government on Thursday endorsed a National Reform Programme aimed at curbing the excessive deficit, and the document is to be forwarded to the European Commission. Each European Union member-state has different economic ... More


Croatian economic climate improves in April

The economic climate in Croatia in April was additionally improved for the sixth consecutive month and although mild, a slight improvement was also recorded at the European Union level, according to a European Commission survey ... More


Bulgaria: 118 Workplace Deaths, 2807 Occupational Injuries Registered in Bulgaria in 2014

In 2014 a total of 118 workplace deaths were registered and 2807 people were injured in occupational accidents in Bulgaria, according to data provided by the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria (CITUB). CITUB ... More


Bulgaria Has Third Largest Potential Additional Labour Force in EU

Almost 10 million part-time workers in the European Union, of whom two-thirds were women, would have preferred to work more in 2014, according to a labour force survey conducted by Eurostat. Among the 44.1 million persons in ... More


Results of EU post-floods Recovery Assistance in Šamac are concrete!

The Director for the Western Balkans at the Directorate-General for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations (DG NEAR) of the European Commission, Jean-Eric Paquet and the Head of the BiH Unit at DG NEAR, ... More