President and the Vice Presidents of FBiH Chosen

Bosnia’s three-member inter-ethnic presidency named a prime minister-designate on Monday, in the first step towards forming a national government needed to push through economic reforms sought by the European ... More


The Main Reasons of Cancelling the Export of Weapons to Ukraine

BiH Presidency adopted at the regular session an opinion that the export of weapons and military equipment from Bosnia and Herzegovina to Ukraine at the moment is not in the interest of the foreign policy of Bosnia and ... More


Fiscal Council: Austerity measures necessary in 2018 as well

The Fiscal Council released on Wednesday that the three-year plan adopted by the Serbian government is good in principle, adding that nevertheless the austerity measures will be needed in 2018 as well, given that the current plan ... More


First bilateral visit to Albania since 1992

The Serbian-Albanian working group was formed on Thursday after a meeting between Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlovic and Albanian Minister of Economic Development, Trade and ... More


Open letter to top state officials

The Association of Families of Kidnapped and Missing Persons in Kosovo-Metohija (KiM) sent an open letter to top state officials on Friday, demanding that they raise the question of abducted and murdered Serbs before all ... More


Romania's current account deficit, down 40 pct in 2014 from 2013, to 696 million euros

The account deficit in Romania's balance of payments closed 2014 on 696 million euros, compared with 1,168 million euros in the same year-ago period, amid the widening of the services surplus (by 1,169 million euros) and the ... More


Town of Žepče: Exports were increased by 60 Percent

Entrepreneurs from Municipality of Žepče continue with good export results. In 2014, exports in this municipality amounted to 65.363.859,18 BAM. As compared to 2013 (39.417.894,70 BAM) an increase by 60 percent, ... More


Greece isolated in euro zone, ministers to meet Feb. 11

Greece's new government was isolated at its first meeting with senior euro zone officials but will have a chance to put forward its plans at a special meeting of finance ministers of the currency bloc next week, EU officials ... More


Archbishop of Ohrid Jovan Vraniskovski released on parole

Head of the Christian Orthodox Diocese of Ohrid Archbishop Jovan Vraniskovski has been released on parole after the Court of Appeal in Skopje rejected the appeal by the public prosecutor, who wanted Vraniskovski to continue ... More


PKS: Strengthening of Serbian-German economic ties

Over 100 companies based in Baden-Wuerttemberg have good experience of doing business in Serbia, and many others are interested in investing in the country, President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce (PKS) Marko Cadez said on ... More


Financial aid for Greece: Tried and tested controls should be retained

The German government believes that the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund should continue to control the progress made with reforms in Greece. There is no reason to "move away from ... More


ICJ dismisses Croatia, Serbia genocide claims

The International Court of Justice's (ICJ) decision to dismiss Croatia's claim and Serbia's counter-claim of genocide put an end to a difficult chapter in relations between the two countries, Director of the Centre for Foreign ... More


Mass migration from Kosovo not abating

Mass migrations from Kosovo do not seem to abate as thousands of families are setting off for some EU countries and their children are even dropping out of schools, Pristina media reported on Wednesday quoting the release issued ... More


Decision on Serb participation in Kosovo govt next week

The decision on Serb participation in Kosovo's institutions will be made next week, after the meeting in Brussels from February 9 to 10, head of the Serbian government office for Kosovo Marko Djuric stated on Thursday. After a ... More


European Commission upgrades Romania 2015 growth estimates to 2.7 pct

The European Commission has upgraded its estimates of the Romanian economic growth in 2015 up to 2.7 percent as compared to 2.4 percent growth it had predicted in November, shows the winter forecast made public by the European ... More


Newly elected MPs sworn in

The deputies that were elected in the January 25 national polls were sworn in on Thursday morning, with MPs being able to choose between taking a religious and a civil oath. The religious part of the procedure was officiated by ... More


Turkey informs US that Gulen's passport was cancelled; Turkey seizes control of Islamic lender Bank Asya

According to Ankara Anatolia news agency (03.02.15), the Turkish government told the U.S. authorities on Jan. 26 that it cancelled the passport of U.S.-based preacher Fethullah Gulen for providing false statement, Turkish ... More


FinMin: Bulgaria Realises Its Unpreparedness for Euro

Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov said that although Bulgaria wants to accede to the Eurozone immediately, it realises that it is not fully prepared to introduce the common European currency yet. Goranov added in an interview ... More


InvestBulgaria Agency Declares Devnya Cement Investor of the Year for 2014

Devnya Cement has won the Investor of the Year award for 2014 of the InvestBulgaria Agency. The official award ceremony was held Wednesday at Sofia Hotel Balkan and was attended by President Rosen Plevneliev, as well as two ... More


Republic of Turkey Invested 1.1 Billion Dollars in BiH

Since the Dayton agreement was signed in 1995, Republic of Turkey invested one billion euros ($1.1 billion) in the country, said the Turkish ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina Cihad Erginay, The Anadolu Agency has ... More