Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Kosovo’s economic growth rate is 5%


U.S envoy to Kosovo Frank Wisner speaks and gestures during a press conference after talks with Serbian President Boris Tadic and Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica, in Belgrade, Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2007. Wisner's visit is part of stepped up diplomatic activity following the presentation last week of the plan for Kosovo drafted by the U.N. envoy Martti Ahtisaari. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic)

Serbia awaits word on plea for Kosovo delay

Reuters AlertNet - 1 hour ago
BELGRADE, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Serbia was still hoping major powers would delay final talks on a United Nations plan for the eventual independence of its Kosovo province, despite a US envoy's refusal to be drawn on its request on Tuesday.

Ruecker: Kosovo’s economic growth rate is 5%
ECIKS.org - 4 hours ago
Prishtina, 6 February 2007 - UNMIK chief Joachim Rücker has told BBC that as both Serbia and Kosovo aspire to become part of the European Union, they will seriously consider the strong encouragement by the European Union to engage in consultations with ...

Albania, Bulgaria appeal to EU to allow the reopening of nuclear ...
Southeast European Times - 4 hours ago
"Bulgaria doesn't have the capacity to help Albania if the two units remain closed," Stanishev said. "The impacts of reactors' closure will be seen not only in Albania, but also in the other neighbouring countries. I think the countries of the region ...
Bulgaria to Get EUR 450 M for Wild Life Preservation
Sofia News Agency - 54 minutes ago
Bulgaria: In the next seven years Bulgaria will receive over EUR 450 M from the European Union for the preservation of country's wild life.

Greece won't hinder Macedonia's EU, NATO bid
Makfax - 6 hours ago
Greece, however, spelled out its only condition - Macedonia to be referred to as FYROM in all documents, Ta Nea daily said, adding that this strategy was agreed at a closed-door meeting in the Greek Foreign Ministry, focusing on name dispute with ...

Macedonia police arrest Serb murder, kidnapping suspect sought by ...
International Herald Tribune - 1 hour ago
SKOPJE, Macedonia: Macedonian police have arrested a Serbian man sought by Interpol and suspected of murder, kidnapping and robberies in Belgium, officials said Monday.

Rosemary diCarlo: we stand behind Macedonia's membership in NATO
Makfax - 2 hours ago
The United States of America supports fully Macedonia's accession to NATO, once the country completes the process of standards fulfilling in a year's time.

Lindh killer's Serbia move rejected
Ireland Online - 1 hour ago
The Swedish Prison and Probation Service said it turned down Mijailo Mijailovic’s request because authorities in Belgrade could not specify how long his prison term would be in Serbia. Mijailovic, 28, is serving a life sentence at the Kumla prison in ...

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