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Richard Grenell: Serbia-Kosovo Agreement Results From Trump’s Different Brand Of Diplomacy

President Aleksandar Vučić of Serbia and Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti of Kosovo took an enormous step toward a long-term resolution of their historic conflict...

Agreement On Normalisation Of Economic Relations Between Belgrade And Pristina Signed

President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic and Prime Minister of the Provisional Institutions of Kosovo Avdullah Hoti signed an Agreement on the normalisation of economic...

Montenegro

Montenegro Election: First Projections Point To A Tight Race

In Montenegro, the ruling DPS was nearly neck-and-neck with its main rivals, according to early and incomplete projections of the Sunday vote.  The first projection...

Slovenia

Gorenje To Hire 600 Temp Workers Due To Surge In Orders

Slovenian home appliance manufacturer Gorenje is hiring some 600 temporary workers to cope with a record number of orders. Orders until the end of...

Croatia

10 Million Euro Solar Power Plant Being Constructed

In the area of Lika-Senj County, Croatia, the construction of a stand-alone photovoltaic power plant worth a massive 10 million euros will soon begin,...

Bosnia & Herzegovina

Moody’s Affirms Bosnia ‘B3’ Rating

Moody’s Investors Service said it has affirmed Bosnia and Herzegovina’s B3 long-term issuer ratings and stable outlook. Structural challenges continue to weigh on the...

Montenegro

Strategy For The Development Of Maritime Economy Adopted

The Government of Montenegro, at the proposal of the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs, has adopted the Strategy for the Development of the...

Binding Verdict In Favour Of ABC Serbia

After a process lasting eight years, the High Commercial Court of the Republic of Croatia has brought a binding verdict that obliges the Audit...

Montenegro Building Hydroelectric Power Plant Without Asking Serbia For Permission

The state of Montenegro, judging by the 2020 Concession Plan for the use of watercourses to develop hydroelectric power plants, this year intends to...

Croatia’s Ruling Conservatives Win Parliamentary Election

The conservative Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) party has consolidated its power in Croatia after winning 66 seats in the country's 151-seat parliament following today's...

Bulgaria’s Varna Public Transport Opens 34.8 Mln Euro Tender For New E-buses

Bulgarian company Public Transport - Varna has launched a tender for contracts for the delivery of a total of 60 new electric buses and...

Richard Grenell: Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue Continues On 27 June

The US Special presidential envoy for Serbia and Kosovo peace negotiations, Richard Grenell, announced on Twitter that the dialogue will continue at the meeting...

First Ever EASA Certificate For Electric Airplane Obtained By Slovenia’s Pipistrel

Slovenian light aircraft manufacturer Pipistrel announced that its Velis Electro two-seater has become the world’s first fully-electric aeroplane to receive certification by the European...

Croatia’s Plan To Introduce Shorter Workweek

Croatia has adopted measures to shorten the workweek, and the state would co-finance one working day, up to 4,000 kunas per worker, according to...

Montenegro Signs Helicopter Delivery Deal With Canada’s CCC

Montenegro's defence ministry has signed a 3.3 million euro ($3.7 million) agreement with Canadian Commercial Corporation (CCC) for the delivery of two Bell 505...

Belgrade Welcomes Pristina’s Decision To Repeal Measures

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic today welcomed the decision of Pristina to abolish the measures that hindered the entry of Serbian goods into Kosovo-Metohija. During her...

Kosovo Parliament Taps Avdullah Hoti As Prime Minister

Avdullah Hoti has emerged as Kovoso's new centre-right prime minister, promising a "final deal" with Serbia. His predecessor Albin Kurti was toppled in March...

Montenegro Declares End Of The COVID Pandemic

The Montenegrin National Coordination Body for Infectious Diseases has declared an end to the coronavirus epidemic in Montenegro In Montenegro, according to official information, no...

Slovenia Submits Bid For UNESCO Listing Of Lipizzan Horses

The Slovenian government has formally submitted to the UNESCO Secretariat in Paris the multi-national bid for placing the Lipizzan horse breeding and related practices...

Tensions Between Montenegro And Serbia Over Opening Of The Borders

Tensions between Serbia and Montenegro are rising following a decision by Montenegrin authorities to open borders in early June, but not to Serbia Montenegrin Prime...

North Macedonia Starts Process Of Issuing Six-year Eurobond

North Macedonia has launched the process of issuing a six-year Eurobond to cover budget gaps for 2020 and 2021. The government previously said that the...

First Flight Of Montenegro Airlines Will Be To Belgrade

Montenegro Airlines is preparing for commercial flights from June, and the first will be to Belgrade Montenegro Airlines announced that all flights to European destinations...

Hungary Opens Its Border To Serbia

Citizens of Serbia and Hungary can freely pass at all ten border crossings between the two countries as of today at 10.00, without obligatory...

EBRD Supports Western Balkans Fight COVID19

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is planning a sharp rise in financing for the Western Balkans this year and has stepped...

Border between Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina opened

The border between Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina is open for the crossing of all persons and vehicles, is confirmed the Border Police of...

Oliver Varhelyi: Western Balkans To Prepare For The Gradual Opening Up

After today video conference meeting with a Foreign Ministers of the Western Balkans countries, Oliver Varhelyi the EU Commissioner for Neighbourhood and Enlargement said...

H.E. Tarzan Milošević, Ambassador of Montenegro to Serbia

The Level of Bilateral Cooperation Must Be Raised

I want to believe that the misunderstanding over respirators is the last between our countries during this difficult time. I would like to emphasise...

Croatia

Pandemic Threatens Croatia’s Strawberry Farmers

Restrictions on movement and border closures mean Croatia’s strawberry growers cannot import their usual pickers – or market their crop very easily, once it...

North Macedonia

Bulgaria Tells Skopje They Must Drop Claim There Is a “Macedonian Language” to Join The EU

Bulgaria has given a list of conditions to Skopje if they want to be able to join the European Union and not be vetoed...

Slovenia

Revoz, Lek, Krka & Gorenje Slovenia’s Top Exporters

Revoz, the Slovenian subsidiary of the French carmaker Renault, continues to top the Delo list of Slovenia’s largest exporters, followed by pharmaceutical companies Lek...

Romania, Bulgaria

Romanians and Bulgarians Online Shopping Law In The EU

Online shopping is continuing to increase in the European Union. A Eurostat survey released on 20th April shows. But numbers in Bulgaria and Romania...

H.E. Radko VLAYKOV, Ambassador of Bulgaria

Measures Imposed In Bulgaria One Of The Most Liberal In Europe

In Bulgaria, as in many other countries in Europe, there is an intense debate between experts, politicians and citizens about a model to be...

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Richard Grenell: Serbia-Kosovo Agreement Results From Trump’s Different Brand Of Diplomacy

President Aleksandar Vučić of Serbia and Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti of Kosovo took an enormous step toward a long-term...

Agreement On Normalisation Of Economic Relations Between Belgrade And Pristina Signed

President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic and Prime Minister of the Provisional Institutions of Kosovo Avdullah Hoti signed an Agreement...

Symbols Of Belgrade Lit In Colors Of The Polish Flag

On the occasion of marking the 40th anniversary of the founding of the "Solidarity" movement, Branko's Bridge, the Bridge...

Montenegro Election: First Projections Point To A Tight Race

In Montenegro, the ruling DPS was nearly neck-and-neck with its main rivals, according to early and incomplete projections of...

Gorenje To Hire 600 Temp Workers Due To Surge In Orders

Slovenian home appliance manufacturer Gorenje is hiring some 600 temporary workers to cope with a record number of orders....