Monday, December 18, 2006

Kosovo Problem Cannot Influence on Settlement of Other Conflicts

Kosovo Problem Cannot Influence on Settlement of Other Conflicts
Yerkir - 6 hours ago
YEREVAN (YERKIR) - The Kosovo problem is unique and cannot influence on the settlement of other conflicts, the EU Special Representative for the South Caucasus Peter Semneby said in Yerevan upon completion of the meeting with NKR President Arkady Ghukasian ...

Only UN can decide on intl presence in Kosovo - Kamynin
Interfax Russia - 6 hours ago
MOSCOW. Dec 18 (Interfax) - A revision of the current format of international presence in Kosovo would be premature, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Mikhail Kamynin said.

For Kosovo, it’s all about the economy
Southeast European Times - 1 hour ago
Kosovo has Southeast Europe's lowest GDP, pervasive unemployment, and a lopsided balance of trade. Its leaders will soon need to shift their focus away from the status issue towards wealth creation, writes the University of Toronto's Robert C. Austin.

Agenzia Giornalistica Italia - Dec 12, 2006
(AGI) - Rome, Dec. 12 - Italy solicits the main European partners to give more attention to the enlargement process for the Balkans.

Poland for EU enlargement to Balkans
People's Daily Online - Dec 11, 2006
Poland supports further EU enlargement involving Balkan states, Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Pawel Kowal said here on Monday. Kowal, attending a seminar on EU enlargement hosted by Poland's Foreign Affairs ...

Firefighters contain oil tank blaze in Albania
Makfax - 2 hours ago
The fire caused by fuel tanker explosion in northwest Albania's town of Shengjin was contained at midday Monday, Makfax correspondent reported.

45 injured in bus accident in Austria
Xinhua - 17 hours ago
VIENNA, Dec. 17 (Xinhua) -- A total of 45 people were injured in a bus accident at midnight on Saturday in Salzburg in central Austria, local media reported on Sunday.

As EU memberships nears, organized crime fears grip in Bulgaria
International Herald Tribune - 1 hour ago
AP. SOFIA, Bulgaria: Krasimir Dimitrov was headed to lunch with friends at a restaurant on a busy Sofia street. He never made it. As he stepped out of his car, a man shot several bullets from a silenced pistol into his head and body.

Bulgaria to Sign New Gas Agreement
Houston Chronicle - 2 hours ago
By NEVYANA HADJIYSKA AP Writer. © 2006 AP. SOFIA, Bulgaria - Bulgaria and Russian gas giant Gazprom on Monday signed a new gas deal that is expected to lead to a gradual increase of gas prices for this Balkan country.
Greece, Montenegro formally establish diplomatic relations
International Herald Tribune - 4 hours ago
AP. ATHENS, Greece: Greece and Montenegro on Monday signed a protocol formally establishing diplomatic relations between the two southeastern European countries.

British Woman Is Accused Of Abducting Baby In Greece - 4 hours ago
by Playfuls Team. A British woman accused on abducting a baby in Greece could face up to 15 years in prison. Marie Golby, 41, was detained on the Ionion island of Cephalonia, after allegedly stealing the baby ...

Journal of Turkish Weekly
NATO to open Liaison Office in Serbia
Makfax - 9 hours ago
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) will open a Military Liaison Office in Serbia, according to a statement released in Belgrade.

BBC News
Parliamentary row in Romania over state condemnation of communism
Monsters and - 39 minutes ago
Bucharest - A Romanian parliamentary session aimed at making the first official condemnation of the communist era was disrupted Monday by an ultra-nationalist writer and lawmaker who lambasted Prime Minister Traian Basescu as well as guest Michael I, the ...

Romania urged to adopt European system of management on eve of EU ...
People's Daily Online - 15 hours ago
Romania was urged to adopt the system of European affairs management on Sunday, in the run-up to its accession to the European Union on Jan. 1, 2007.

Slovenia Opens New Permanent EU Representation Offices
Slovenia Business Week - 4 hours ago
Prime Minister Janez Jansa officially opened in Brussels on Friday, 15 December the new offices of Slovenia's Permanent Representation to the EU.

Washington Post
Music Mogul Ahmet Ertegun Laid to Rest in Turkey
Voice of America - 44 minutes ago
By VOA News. Politicians and music stars attended a funeral service in Istanbul, Turkey, Monday, for music mogul Ahmet Ertegun. The 83-year-old Ertegun, who was born in Turkey, died last Thursday in New York ...

Block watch collects coats Open this result in new window
The Cincinnati Enquirer - Dec 18 2:32 AM
The Silverton Block Watch Association is collecting coats for people in need in Kosovo, where Silverton police officer and National Guard Maj. Alan Kabakoff is stationed.

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