Moldovan president urges citizens to take care of them, their families in bad weather
President Maia Sandu has come up with a call to the citizens, urging them to take care of them and their families, given the warning of weather forecasters of heavy rainfall and thunderstorm.
Kostilnik: Kosovo and Serbia should implement the Brussels agreement and the Ohrid annex
The head of Slovakia's Liaison Office in Pristina, Rastislav Kostilnik, today asked Kosovo and Serbia to implement the Brussels agreement and the Ohrid annex.
Our heroes remain for eternity great proof of Romanian patriotism (Senate president)
Heroes are part of the soul of the Romanian people and remain for eternity great proof of Romanian patriotism, said Thursday the president of the Senate, Nicolae Ciuca, at the military ceremony organized on the occasion of Heroes' Day at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Carol I Park.
Delegation of National Assembly of Slovenia announce support for BiH's European path
The delegation of the Committee on Foreign Policy of the National Assembly of Slovenia, which is on an official visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina, announced today the continuation of its support for BiH's European path.
Mitsotakis to Bloomberg: New Democracy still remains the dominant political force in Greece
New Democracy still remains the dominant political force in Greece, as its percentage in the European elections was higher than the total of the second and the third parties, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Wednesday in an interview with Bloomberg TV.
Annual inflation rate, down to 5.12%, in May 2024
The annual inflation rate dropped, in May 2024, to 5.12%, from 5.9% in April, in the conditions in which food products rose in price by 1.24%, non-food products by 6.38% , and services by 9.29%, according to the data published on Wednesday by the National Institute of Statistics (INS).
Kurti: We don't have problems with Serbs, but with official Belgrade that did not distance itself from Milosevic
Prime Minister Albin Kurti has stated that Kosovo does not have a problem with the local Serbs in the northern municipalities, but with the official Belgrade that did not distance itself from the then Milosevic nor from today's Putin.
PM to represent Moldova at Ukraine Recovery Conference
Prime Minister Dorin Recean on 11 June will participate in the Ukraine Recovery Conference, held in Berlin, Germany.
BiH CoM: Increased number of illegal migrants
The Council of Ministers of BiH adopted the Information of the Ministry of Security on the situation in the field of migration in Bosnia and Herzegovina for the first three months of 2024, which will be delivered to the Presidency of BiH and the Joint Committee on Defense and Security of the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH.
Bećirović: The declaration of the 'All-Serb Assembly' reincarnates the project of Greater Serbia
The Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Denis Bećirović, believes that the All-Serb Assembly is a dangerous project of the Serbian President directly connected to Russia's attempts to destabilize Southeast Europe and divert attention from Russian aggression against Ukraine.
Record participation in European parliamentary elections: about 57,000 Romanian citizens from Moldova vote till 22:00
About 57,000 Romanian citizens from Moldova on 9 June exercised their right to vote at the European parliamentary elections till 22:00.
Right bloc makes gains in EU election in Slovenia
Like most of Europe, Slovenia saw a shift to the right in the 9 June EU election with the largest opposition party, the right-wing Democrats (SDS), emerging as the big winner on a record-high turnout, near complete results show.
Borenović: The longer Dodik rules, there is less and less of Republika Srpska
The PDP President Branislav Borenović said today that January as the Day of the RS was supported in the referendum on September 25, 2016, by almost 700,000 people and that this was the will of the people of Republika Srpska, "the will of those who created it, and that will could not be changed by anyone, not even Milorad Dodik."
Sunday, June 9: European Parliament elections - Postal voting for the first time in Greece
Polls open Sunday morning for the June 9 European Parliament Elections. The vote will determine the 21 members of the European Parliament representing Greece, out of a total of 720 seats.
Slovenians in Bosnia to vote in EU election without country's consent
Slovenians with permanent residence in Bosnia-Herzegovina will be able to cast their ballots in EU election and referendums on Sunday at the Slovenian Embassy in Sarajevo, despite the Bosnian government's failure to give Slovenia, Poland and Romania the go-ahead to organise EU elections at their respective embassies.
PM Mitsotakis interview by ERT in France: North Macedonia will not progress toward Europe by opening a new front with Greece
The Prespa Agreement and the use of a single name (erga omnes) for the neighboring country "was the basic prerequisite for North Macedonia to become a member of NATO; that is the reason it was not accepted in NATO all these years," Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said during an interview to national broadcaster ERT on board the frigate 'Kimon' at the Naval Group shipyards in Lorient, France, on Thursday.
June 9 elections are about a dignified Romania in the EU, says Bucharest Mayor Nicusor Dan
Bucharest General Mayor Nicusor Dan, who is seeking a new term in office, said on Thursday that the June 9 elections are aimed at "civilization", "lawfulness" and "a dignified Romania in the European Union", urging the electorate to tourn out to the polls.
Moldovan PM participates in greatest digital event of country - Moldova Digital Summit
Prime Minister Dorin Recean has participated in the greatest digital event of the country - Moldova Digital Summit. In his speech, the PM stressed that, in the last years, the IT sector had made an important leap, becoming attractive for young people from Moldova and one of the biggest contributors to the country’s economic development, the government’s communication department reported.
Minister Duraković opens the 17th FIT Coding Challenge in Mostar
The FBiH Minister of Education and Science Jasna Duraković attended on Thursday the opening ceremony of the 17th FIT Coding Challenge, an event organized by the Faculty of Information Technologies of the University "Džemal Bijedić" in Mostar.
Plenković: Investment to expand LNG terminal good for Croatia
Upon its expansion, the LNG terminal in Omišalj will have a capacity of 6.1 billion cubic meters of gas per year and investments are being made in the gas pipeline which will be good for us and Croatia as a regional energy hub, Prime Minister Andrej Plenković said on Wednesday on the island of Krk.