New trends in organised crime. Europol reports on Europe and the Balkans

Europol published its 2011 report on organised crime in Europe. The report?s key finding is that organised crime is changing, having become more diverse in its activities and impact on society over the last two years. Notable ... More


Sarajevo Business Forum 2011. Reactivating the regional interest with 153 projects and 14.7billion euros.

As published by the EMG Portal. «Sarajevo Business Forum 2011. Chance for people with ideas!» The Sarajevo Business Forum 2011, the second international conference which is to be held from 6 to 8 April in Sarajevo, will ... More


Between East and West Serbia plays center

In a joint news conference with Putin at the Palace of Serbia, Tadic highlighted the importance of the relations of two countries. The Serbian President added that the two countries have raised the level of cooperation to a ... More


For a life and a future in dignity.

Unpredictable events are important turning points in History. Through an astounding chock the contained mix of contradictions and paradoxes burst into popular rebellion that overcomes all fears. Such is the determination of the ... More


Yepi credit. A success story of banking joint venture in Turkey.

Yapı Kredi is the fourth largest private bank with total assets of TL 82.0 bln and ranks fifth in total cash loans with 10.2% market share and sixth in total deposits with 8.3% market share. Yapı Kredi maintains ... More


Greek minister to criticize Bulgaria s position on Burgas-Alexandroupolis Oil Pipeline

In an interview for Interfax Monday, Yannis Maniatis Deputy Minister of Environment, Energy and Climate Change of Greece, has described as "madness" Bulgaria's position against the construction of the troubled project for ... More


Vaclav Klaus warns against centralization of E.U. institutions.

Czech President Vaclav Klaus at the presentation of his book 'Europe and the EU - A View of a Politician and Economist' in Belgrade said that a clear distinction should be made between the terms Europe and EU. Though he confirmed ... More


Vaclav Klaus warns against centralization of E.U. institutions.

Czech President Vaclav Klaus at the presentation of his book 'Europe and the EU - A View of a Politician and Economist' in Belgrade said that a clear distinction should be made between the terms Europe and EU. Though he confirmed ... More


Western countries to exert pressure on Kosovo leaders or just a media move?

Political crisis due to the corruption charges in Kosovo limited the unconditional support of western powers and institutions(UNMIK-EULEX-KFOR). The turn became clearer in Kosovo and the case of the organ trafficking that ... More


PM Gruevski states its wish for a name solution with Greece

The Macedonian Information Agency (MIA) released the final part of Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski's interview, in which he talks about the relations with neighbouring Greece and the dispute imposed by Greece regarding ... More


FM Vuk Jeremic presents European perspective as central strategic priority for Serbia

At the opening of the ambassadorial conference held at the Palace of Serbia Minister of Foreign Affairs Vuk Jeremic said today that the main foreign policy priorities in 2011 will be working on European integration, peaceful and ... More


RTB Bor benefits substantial investments and attention from government.

The Minister at a meeting in the HQ of the company referred to efforts of all participants in the process of reconstructing the RTB Bor industry after so many years of unsuccessful deals with foreign investors. At his own words ... More


Seven companies confirmed for the Sale of Telecom Serbia

The Ministry of Finance stated that seven companies have so far applied to participate in a tender for the sale of 51% of shares of Telekom Srbija, and these are Deutsche Telekom, France Telekom, Telekom Austria, América ... More


When the Markets cry wolf, Beware of the Markets!

In a few days interval voices about restructuring Greek debt were heard very loudly in the Greek capital. MR. Roubini in his sharp and uncompromising style told his views directly to the PM George Papandreou. In addition to that ... More


Turkey through American eyes

The release of Wikileaks documents have not so far revealed facts and analyses unknown. However, some of the extracts provide useful information about the way U.S. diplomacy reflects on Turkey and its new foreign policy. C O ... More


The European Council is calling the Commission to give its opinion under article 49

COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION Conclusions on Serbia 3040th GENERAL AFFAIRS Council meeting Luxembourg, 25 October 2010 The Council adopted the following conclusions: "1. On 22 December 2009, President Mr Boris Tadic ... More


Insufficient Forces of Change in BiH elections.

Bosnian elections face an old challenge and an ever-lasting riddle. Respect ethnic sensitivities in a complex Dayton constitution today in force or form a unitary state in a civil post-Dayton process? A new federal ... More


New Kemal wins over old kemalism.

Erdogan triumphs after results on the 12th September referendum gives a comfortable 59% "Evet" votes meaning a clear "yes" to its policy since 2007 and a resounding promise for the 2011 parliamentary elections. Amendments to ... More


Ultimate battle of Kosovo by Serbia in U.N. General Assembly

The disappointing issue of the Courts involvement on the Kosovo legal case led Serbia to seek political vindication on the General Assembly authority. Understandable as a political move to compensate the legal defeat, the Serbian ... More