Friday, March 30, 2007

EU diplomacy chiefs discuss Kosovo
EU diplomacy chiefs discuss Kosovo
B92 - 4 hours ago
Reports indicate that Germany, currently presiding over the EU, could meet with several EU states’ opposition, including Spain, Greece and Slovakia, concerned that Kosovo’s independence could trigger demands for similar treatment by other disputed ...
ROUNDUP: EU States Fail To Forge Joint Stance On Kosovo Plan
ROUNDUP: EU states fail to forge joint stance on Kosovo plan EUX.TV
Kostunica to present Serbia’s stands on future status of Kosovo in ...
ReliefWeb (press release) - 29 minutes ago
Belgrade, March 30, 2007 - The state negotiating team for the future status of Kosovo-Metohija decided in a meeting today that Serbian Prime Minister Vojislav Kostunica would present Serbia’s positions on the future status of Kosovo-Metohija in UN ...

Business: Economic assistance suggested for Kosovo after status ...
Southeast European Times - 2 hours ago
Kosovo will need 1.5 billion euros in aid to help reconstruct its economy and pay off Yugoslav-era debt, EU Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn said.

Azeri Press Agency
Georgian permanent representative to UN: Kosovo model can not be ...
Azeri Press Agency - 9 hours ago
Georgia’s UN envoy Irakli Alasania in his speech made at the Harvard University and Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy said that the Kosovo settlement is not a precedent. That is why this conflict settlement can not be implemented on the ...

World Bank gives US$10 million loan to help Albania's economic growth
International Herald Tribune - 6 hours ago
"Over 1996-2005, Albania grew at an average rate of 5.7 percent, while the poverty headcount declined from 25 percent in 2002 to 19 percent in 2005.
World Bank gives US$10 million loan to help Albania's economic growth MRT online
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Lufthansa to resume flights to Albania in May
International Herald Tribune - 2 hours ago
The German airline, which halted its flights to Albania in 1996, will start twice daily services between Munich and Tirana on May 2, using a Bombardier CRJ 900 aircraft seating 80 passengers, the airport authority said.

Croatia beats Serbia 10-7 in rowdy semifinal
San Diego Union Tribune - 3 hours ago
MELBOURNE, Australia - Police formed a security cordon around the pool deck and six fans were ejected when Croatia upset defending champion and Balkan rival Serbia 10-7 in the semifinals of the world water polo championships on Friday.

Bulgaria has lowest pop. growth in EU
BusinessWeek - 33 minutes ago
If the trend of emigration and a high mortality rate continues, Bulgaria could lose a third of its population in a few decades' time, experts said.
EU Sends Expert Teams To Scrutinize Reforms In Bulgaria, Romania - 4 hours ago
The European Commission Friday said it was sending experts to scrutinize reforms in Romania and Bulgaria, following persistent concerns about corruption, organized crime and animal health.

BBC News
Greece suspends all team sports after volleyball fan killed - 1 hour ago
The national soccer team is likely to face sanctions from UEFA following Greece's 4-1 home loss to Turkey Saturday in a European Championship qualifier.

Macedonia to tender fourth mobile license
Telecom Paper (subscription) - 2 hours ago
He added that the conditions for obtaining a license will be defined soon. Earlier this week, the Agency awarded a license for a third mobile network to Austria's Mobilkom, which plans to invest a total of EUR 70 million in Macedonia.

World Bank to grant Macedonia US$ 30 mn
B92 - 8 hours ago
This is the second out of three loans that the World Bank has pledged to grant Macedonia for a period of three to four years.

Consortium, Serbia sign highway contract
BusinessWeek - 1 hour ago
A Spanish-Austrian consortium signed a contract Friday with the Serbian government on completing and maintaining a 350-kilometer-(220-mile)-long highway through Serbia over the next 25 years. Spain's Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas and Austria's ...
The EU And Turkey
Turkish Press - 2 hours ago
Soon after, Greece and Turkey started to seek a special relationship. The first agreement on Turkey’s entry in to the Common Market was signed in 1963, which meant that Turkey would become the seventh or eighth member.

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