Thursday, November 30, 2006

Lots of interesting news

Janusz Bugajski in an interview with VoA advised Kosova's Prime Minister Ceku not to eat sushi while in Moscow.

And, talk about a U-turn on Serbia and Bosnia.

Kosovo Leader Seeks Support for Independence From Serbia
The Moscow Times, Russia - 7 hours ago
PRISTINA, Serbia -- Kosovar Prime Minister Agim Ceku arrived in Moscow on Wednesday evening for a three-day visit aimed at mustering Russian support for Kosovo's bid for independence from Serbia.

Kosovo future to improve Balkan stability
United Press International - 9 hours ago
RIGA, Latvia, Nov. 29 (UPI) -- A future status of Serbia's mainly ethnic-Albanian Kosovo province should improve stability in southeast Europe, a NATO declaration said.

Bulgarian President Appraises NATO Signal to Western Balkans
Sofia News Agency - 12 hours ago
Bulgaria: The invitation of NATO to Bosnia-Hercegovina, Montenegro and Serbia to join the Partnership for Peace Programme is an important signal to these countries, Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov said.
NATO leaders back ties with Balkans trio Reuters
NATO leaders back ties with Balkans trio Sabah
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Budapest Sun
Pécs: A gateway to the Balkans
Budapest Sun - 5 hours ago
By Andreea Anca. THE extraordinary light installation which now decorates the main square in the German city of Essen, featuring motifs of Pécs’s mosque and cathedral, bears special significance as both ...

China to enhance relations with Albania, says FM
People's Daily Online - 15 hours ago
China will work with Albania to lift bilateral relations into a new high, said Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing during the talks with his Albanian counterpart Besnik Mustafaj in Beijing on Wednesday.
Chinese leader meets Albanian foreign minister People's Daily Online
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MRT online
Bush: USA support aspirations of Macedonia, Croatia and Albania to ...
MRT online - 19 hours ago
US President George Bush stated Tuesday that his country promotes the Alliance enlargement by 2008 with candidates that meet conditions.

MRT online
NATO wraps up summit, declares door open for aspiring members
People's Daily Online - 14 hours ago
NATO leaders on Wednesday wrapped up a two-day summit in Riga with a declaration in which the alliance confirmed that its door remains open for European countries, and encouraged the accession efforts by Albania, Croatia and Macedonia.
Adriatic Charter countries to be invited at NATO next summit MRT online
Macedonia can expect NATO membership invitation in 2008 Makfax

NATO Invites Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia
Guardian Unlimited - 6 hours ago
From AP. By JAN SLIVA. AP Writer. RIGA, Latvia (AP) - NATO leaders on Wednesday invited their old enemy Serbia - along with Montenegro and Bosnia-Herzegovina - to join a program considered a first step toward eventual membership in the alliance.

British forces to be pulled out of Bosnia for Afghan mission
The Herald - 3 hours ago
Britain hopes to withdraw its 700 peacekeepers from Bosnia early next year to help ease the shortage of troops for front-line duty in Afghanistan.

Bulgaria nods construction of Belene nuclear plant
People's Daily Online - 4 hours ago
Bulgaria's National Electricity Company (NEC) officially signed Wednesday the preliminary contract for constructing the country's second nuclear power plant in Belene.

CSFB banker, others detained in Romania
BusinessWeek - 9 hours ago
A senior investment banker with Credit Suisse First Boston has been arrested in Romania on charges of commercial espionage, prosecutors said Wednesday.

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