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Farmers in BiH have a chance for export if the state pays incentives

By   /  24/02/2017  /  BA Business, BA Social, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Business, Headlines, Social  /  No Comments

  EU Special Representative Office held the last of forums about the development perspectives of BiH agriculture in BiH. The last one was held in city of Trebinje and gathered large number of farmers in this area. In the last several months, ten successful forums were held across BiH and brought together more than 1,500 […]

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Let us hope that after the referendum Turkey will face its responsibilities, Anastasiades says

By   /  24/02/2017  /  CY Politics, Cyprus, Headlines, Politics  /  No Comments

  Let us hope, to the extent that this can be permitted to us anymore, that after the referendum (in April, in Turkey) it will not be possible, at long last, for pretexts to be used in order for Turkey to avoid its responsibilities, said today the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Mr Nicos […]

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Reforms of the left wing in Albania

By   /  24/02/2017  /  AL Politics, Albania, Headlines, Politics  /  No Comments

Reform of the territory, pensions, economy accompanied by austere measures against informality and against electricity theft, judicial reform and educational reform, have been some of the main reforms that the left wing has managed to implement up until now after three and a half years in power The first word to be used was “Renaissance”. […]

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Albania: Rama and Basha make concessions

By   /  24/02/2017  /  AL Politics, Albania, Headlines, Politics  /  No Comments

“The electronic ballot counting is possible and we have no problems with it, but electronic ballot counting is fully compensated by the opening of ballot boxes”, said the PM Yesterday, debates in parliament were held in a state of almost double boycott. The opposition was not present in these debates, while all SMI lawmakers left, […]

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Most Bulgarian school pupils are learning English as a second language, Russian runs second

By   /  24/02/2017  /  BG Social, Bulgaria, Headlines, Social  /  No Comments

Close to 99 per cent of Bulgarian school pupils are learning a second language, and of these, 87 per cent are studying English, according to figures for the year 2015 released by European Union statistics office Eurostat. Just more than 83 per cent of school pupils in Bulgaria were learning a single second language, while […]

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IBNA Analysis/Economic developments at the focus of Premier Rama

By   /  24/02/2017  /  AL Finance, Albania, Finance, Headlines  /  No Comments

By Edison Kurani The Albanian Prime Minister is trying to “keep his feet on the ground”, while analyzing the economic developments in the country during the last three and a half years, since the left wing came in power. Rama compares several figures with the 8 years in office of the right wing and estimates […]

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IBNA Op-Ed/Populism for the people or for political credit?

By   /  24/02/2017  /  F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, Headlines, MK Politics, Politics  /  No Comments

By Sonja Stojadinovic The last 11 years in Macedonia have been mixed with a provincial type, xenophobic and social-economic populism, which has nothing to do with the interests and needs of the people, but with those who submit to the will of the elites. Macedonian politics is flooded by political stunts, where one often hears […]

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Political situation paralyzes Kosovo’s economy

By   /  24/02/2017  /  Business, Headlines, Kosovo, XK Business  /  No Comments

The political and constitutional situation is hindering economic development in Kosovo. The lack of political dialogue and dysfunction of parliament has led to a drop in the number of foreign investors in the country. According to official data from the Bank of Kosovo, direct foreign investments have not seen a solid growth during PM Isa […]

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VMRO-DPMNE warns tensions in case a government is formed between SDSM and BDI

By   /  24/02/2017  /  F. Y. R. O. Macedonia, Headlines, MK Politics, Politics  /  No Comments

VMRO-DPMNE led by Nikola Gruevski warns tensions in case a government is formed between SDSM (Macedonian Social Democratic Union) and BDI. This warning was also repeated in the meeting held last night between the head of this party and British Minister of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Alan Duncan, who is on a visit […]

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PIC worried about the situation in BiH

By   /  23/02/2017  /  BA Politics, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Headlines, Politics  /  No Comments

  Ambassadors of countries of Peace Implementation Council in BiH stressed after meeting in Sarajevo that they are concerned about the political situation in the country and that it is necessary to build the future on the basis of compromise and dialogue. Ambassador of Russian Federation to BiH, Peter Ivantsov, who initiated the meeting, said […]

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