“It is not certain yet whether Putin (Russian president Vladimir) will visit Belgrade, but if this happen, why is he coming?”, United States ambassador to Serbia Michael Kirby said, provoking […]
Bulgaria’s cabinet has approved a series of cross-border co-operation programmes with Romania, Greece, Turkey, Serbia and Macedonia. The programmes ...
The majority shareholder in Bulgaria’s Corporate Commercial Bank (CCB), Tsvetan Vassilev, wanted by Bulgarian prosecutors on suspicion of embezzling ...
The latest polls which suggested a lead for the pro-independence camp ahead of the September 18 referendum in Scotland had its echoes in Serbian medi ...
Heavy rains have unleashed floods that caused serious damage to roads and other infrastructure in western and central Bulgaria, including the Vratsa and Plovdiv regions, endangered a key power station […]
A symbolic start has been made to work on a three million leva (about 1.5 million euro) upgrade of a road to a planned new border checkpoint between Bulgaria and […]
A donor conference held in Brussels on July 16 has resulted in pledges of 809.2 million euro for Bosnia and Herzegovina and 995.2 million euro for Serbia in response to […]
The collective solidarity that inspired cross-border rescue and relief efforts in the aftermath of the May 2014 floods in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia and Croatia must be matched by EU aid and […]
The head of Russian energy company Gazprom, Alexei Miller, will arrive for an official visit to Croatia on July 9, during which he is expected to meet with Croatian President […]
Kristian Vigenin, foreign minister in the Bulgarian Socialist Party government that will resign within the next couple of weeks, has insisted during a visit to the Serbian capital Belgrade that […]