Establishment of Western Balkans Fund

Based on the model of the International Visegrad Fund (IVF), and in the framework of the Annual Conference of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Visegrad countries and of Western Balkans countries, an Agreement on Establishment of ... More


Tunisia among top 10 best countries for startups

Tunisia came in seventh in a special ranking of countries with the best conditions to launch a startup, drafted by Seedstars World, a Swiss company of promotion and investment which publishes every year this ranking of 30 ... More


Bulgaria wins again prize of most attractive outsourcing destination

Bulgaria won again the prize of most attractive outsourcing destination for business services and information technologies. This time the award was bestowed by the British National Outsourcing Association at an official ceremony ... More


French start-up company to open office in Bulgaria

The French start-up company for virtual trade of services StarOfService is planning to open an office in Bulgaria in 2016. The company launched a platform which links professionals in various fields with clients who need various ... More


The EU Floods Recovery Programme to create 5,500 jobs

The EU Floods Recovery Programme today launched the second phase of support for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) affected by the May 2014 floods, to enable them to re-establish and further increase their pre-floods ... More


FCA Serbia, Smederevo steel mill, Tigar Tyres top exporters

FIAT Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Serbia's exports amounted to over EUR 1 bln between the beginning of the year and late October, with the company clinching the top spot on the list of the country's biggest ... More


Ten companies that control everything you buy

There are ten corporations that control the output of everything you buy; it could be either a household product, pet food or your jeans. Recently Reddit released a chart called "The Illusion of Choice" in which some of the ... More


An exhibition, dedicated to the Balkans, under the auspices of UNESCO, will be presented in Romania.

The international exhibition Imagining the Balkans, named after the book by Maria Todorova will open at the National Museum of History in Romania. The event is taking place under the auspices of UNESCO with the participation ... More


Presentation of Turkish products at Skopje Fair

About 40 Turkish companies will present their products before Macedonian consumers at the 3. Turkish Export Product Fair, held November 6-9 at Skopje Fair. Turkish companies in the field of textile, cosmetics, agriculture, ... More


Belgrade Book Fair officially closed

By turning the Open Book over to China, which will be next year’s guest of honor, the most important literary event in Serbia has ended. Polish Ambassador Andrzej Jasionowski has handed the Open Book over to his Chinese ... More


1700th Anniversary of the Edict of Milan solemnly commemorated in Nis

The closing ceremony of the 17 centuries of the Edict of Milan was held in Nis in front of the church of Sts. Emperor Constantine and Empress Helen. HIs All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew officiated the Hierarchal ... More


The Bolshoi Festival at Mecavnik

The Bolshoi Festival is a classical music festival in Mokra Gora at Mećavnik, where the film director Emir Kusturica fulfilled the cultural menu following the film festival Kustendorf. Last weekend Mr. Kusturica ... More


Richest Greek returns home to make investments

Not too many people in Greece have heard of the richest Greek Filaretos Kaltsidis who is considering a serious investment in his home country. His name is widely mentioned by members of the Greek government with regard to his ... More


New Customs Terminal in Tirana

The new Customs Terminal in Tirana has a 75.000 ha territory and according to experts is the biggest in Balkan. “This space offers 12 posts to 12 trailers at the same time. The storage space is more than 10.000 square ... More


Protest against arrest of KLA members in Pristina

Several thousand people demonstrated in Pristina Monday against the arrest of former commanders of the so-called Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA). The demonstration was organized by former KLA members, after a Pristina court has ... More


Drug kingpin Naser Kelmendi arrested in Prishtina

Kosovo police confirmed that they arrested Naser Kelmendi, a Kosovo citizen from Peja, but with citizenship of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who heads a list of fugitives issued by Interpol. "Yesterday, on May 5, 2013, at around ... More


Around 20 monuments placed in Skopje overnight.

Almost 20 monuments were placed overnight in the centre of Skopje short after mayor candidate of the ruling VMRO-DPMNE in Centar, Vladimir Todorovic, lost the run-off on Sunday in a battle vs Andrej Zernovski nominated by the ... More


Exhibition on the British presence in Thessaloniki

An exhibition on the British presence in Thessaloniki and the region of Macedonia in northern Greece will open on Monday at the Museum of Macedonian Struggle in cooperation with the British embassy, the British Council and the ... More


4,000 year-old necropolis found in South Serbia

A team of experts from the Archeological Institute of the Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences (SANU) and the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade have discovered an Early-Bronze-Age necropolis in the vicinity of Vranje.The ... More


Two centuries of Serbian diplomacy

The Museum of Serbian Diplomacy opened Wednesday in Belgrade, with Foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic saying that diplomatic efforts have greatly improved Serbia's image in the world. The museum which presents two centuries of ... More