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Belgrade and Pristina should start a new round of negotiations mainly regarding the Community of Serbian Municipalities, Kosovo newspaper „Tribuna“ announces.
Peace and stability are prerequisites for development, said Prime Minister of Montenegro Milo Djukanovic at the Economic Forum held in Vienna on November 24.
Foreign Minister Nikola Poposki is slated to meet with his French counterpart Laurent Fabius in Paris today.
Notwithstanding the name dispute, Greek citizens rank first on the list of foreign countries with the highest number of companies founded in Macedonia.
Iran and six world powers finally reached an agreement early Sunday in Geneva regarding Iran’s nuclear program.
More than 11,000 children have died in the civil war in Syria, including hundreds targeted by snipers, BBC reports.
Balkan countries are easy targets for thousands of Syrian and other refugees from the Middle East, Asia and Africa.
The assessment that we might technically complete the negotiations in four years, means that we could become an EU member by 2020, says Branko Ruzic, Serbian Minister without portfolio in change of EU integration.
Campaign backers wanted Swiss executive pay capped at 12 times that of the lowest paid - something business leaders say will damage foreign investment, BBC reports.
The United Macedonian Diaspora urges German Chancellor Angela Merkel to recognize Macedonia under its constitutional name.
Why not participate? I feel bad that Serbia is not going to participate, but I am also glad. Now, the entire Serbian Diaspora will vote for Macedonia, i.e. for me, says Macedonian Eurovision Song Contest representative Tijana Dapcevic.
If Macedonia is united and homogenous, it would be difficult to impose harmful solutions to the country, says Saso Mijalkov, Director of the Macedonian Security and Counterintelligence Agency, in an interview with Dnevnik daily.
John Kerry is to try and seal the Iran nuclear deal, together with other foreign ministers and William Hague, in Geneva, on November 23, the Guardian reports.
For a young country that had a very rough start 20 years ago, the business opportunity in Macedonia is pretty amazing, Jerry Naumoff, Macedonia’s Minister of Foreign Investment, said at a conference held in West Homestead, USA, TribLIVE reports.
Serbia has the highest 33.2% share of women in parliament and ranks 24 in the world and first in the region according to women representation in the lawmaking body, Tanjug reports.
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