Thursday, July 13, 2006

Security Council meets on Kosova

Albanian President Alfred Moisiu (L) and President of Kosovo Fatmir Sejdiu review an honour guard during a welcome ceremony in Tirana June 27, 2006. Sejdiu is on a two-day offical visit to Albania. REUTERS/Arben Celi

Kosovo's Sejdiu to address Security Council in New York
Southeast European Times - 4 hours ago
Kosovo President Fatmir Sejdiu's presentation on the sidelines of the UN Security Council session is expected to include a call for independence. By Blerta Foniqi for Southeast European Times in Pristina – 13/07/06. ...

EU in Charge of Situation on Balkans: Olli Rehn
Focus News - 4 hours ago
Helsinki. The European Union is in charge of the situation on the Balkans, EU Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn stated cited by AFP. “The EU is very much in charge of the democracy and stability in the ...

Bulgaria should keep up pace of farm reforms - EU
Reuters AlertNet - 3 hours ago
SOFIA, July 13 (Reuters) - Bulgaria should keep up the pace of reforms and bring its farm sector to EU standards to join the bloc next year as planned, the EU's Health and Consumer Protection Commissioner said on Thursday. ...

Bulgaria's Current Account Deficit Widens
Houston Chronicle - 7 hours ago
SOFIA, Bulgaria — Bulgaria's current account deficit widened by euro282.8 million ($360 million) in May, compared to a rise of euro219.8 million ($280 million) in May 2005, the central bank said Thursday. ...

OSCE Cautions Croatia On News Agency
RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty - 1 hour ago
July 13, 2006 -- The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) today urged Croatian politicians to act responsibly when choosing the management of Hina, Croatia's only public

Still No Ruling Coalition Agreement in Macedonia
Focus News - 6 hours ago
Skopje. There is still no agreement on a ruling coalition in Macedonia but the priorities of the new government are being discussed widely, Macedonian newspaper Vreme reads today. According to VMRO-DPMNE and ...

Two killed in train accidents in Macedonia
People's Daily Online - 16 hours ago
Two people were killed, two injured in two train accidents in Macedonia on Wednesday, according to reports from Skopje. In one accident, a 14-year-old boy was killed on the spot when a train crashed into a ...

Montenegrin President Filip Vujanovic (3rd L), his wife Svetlana (L), Serbia's President Boris Tadic (2nd L), Croatian President Stjepan Mesic (C), Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic (2nd R) and his wife Lidija (R) chat during a reception in Podgorica, Montenegro, July 12, 2006. The presidents of Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia are in Montenegro for Statehood Day ceremonies and celebrations in the newly independent Balkan nation. REUTERS/Stevo Vasiljevic (MONTENEGRO)

Slovenia pledges to help Montenegro in EU accession
People's Daily Online - 17 hours ago
Slovenia would aid Montenegro on its path towards membership into the European Union (EU), Slovenian President Janez Drnovsek said on Wednesday in the Montenegrin capital Podgorica. Drnovsek made the pledge ...

Montenegro, Serbia sign financial divorce
United Press International - 5 hours ago
PODGORICA, Montenegro, July 13 (UPI) -- Montenegro's prime minister says an agreement with Serbia will allow the two states work out separate deals with world financial bodies. The last two of the former six ...


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