Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Thursday criticized Germany’s participation in a European Union mission supervising an international weapon’s embargo on Libya.
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Turkey has expressed concern over the rising number of coronavirus cases as the daily infection toll exceeded 1,000 for the second day in a row … Read more
Protesters set up tents on a major crossroad and in front of the government building on Thursday, vowing to keep the center of the Bulgarian … Read more
Turkey adopted a new social media law on Wednesday that critics say will create a “chilling effect” on dissenting voices who have resorted to Twitter … Read more
A rupture in a pipeline in southwest Bulgaria on Monday halted the transit of Russian natural gas through Bulgaria to Greece, the head state gas … Read more
Greece and Turkey had another acrimonious exchange on Saturday over the conversion of the former church of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul into a mosque.
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As Western diplomats try to revive stalled talks on normalising ties between Serbia and Kosovo, Bosnian Serb leaders this week put pressure on Serbian President … Read more
People wait in line to be tested for COVID-19 at Pirogov hospital in Sofia, Bulgaria, 24 July 2020.
Bulgaria’s Chief State Health Inspector declared on … Read more
Mask will be distributed when schools in Turkey are reopened as planned, the national education minister said.
“We created an epidemic board in every school … Read more
The head of the political office of Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, Denitsa Zheleva, who had tested positive for coronavirus late on Thursday, was on … Read more
Bulgaria’s parliament on Friday appointed Kiril Ananiev as the new finance minister in the cabinet of Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, in a reshuffle following a … Read more
The Croatian parliament on Thursday approved the new centre-right cabinet led by Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic whose Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) won the most parliamentary … Read more
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov replaced his finance and other ministers on Thursday in a reshuffle designed to quell a wave of anti-corruption protests that … Read more
The eastern Mediterranean region where a Turkish ship will carry out a seismic survey is part of Turkey’s continental shelf, Ankara said on Wednesday, rejecting … Read more
Turkey’s defence industry chief said that his sector was ready to help Azerbaijan, which has seen border clashes with Armenia in which 16 people have … Read more
The European Union has decided to drop Serbia and Montenegro from its safe list of countries from which non-essential travel is allowed, and did not … Read more
Austria is expanding a list of countries from which planes won’t be allowed to land to include six nations in the western Balkans, as well … Read more
Workers put the ballot material in the distribution truck in Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia, 13 July 2020.
The Balkan nation conducts three days of … Read more
Bulgaria and Croatia still have work to do in fixing their economies and improving their institutions before joining the euro, European Central Bank … Read more
The head of the World Council of Churches has written to Turkey’s president expressing his “grief and dismay” over Turkey’s decision to change the status … Read more
The leaders of Serbia and Kosovo at the beginning of the weekend held their first talks in 18 months on resolving one of Europe’s most … Read more
Bulgarian President Ruman Radev urged for the country’s center-right government to step down on Saturday, accusing them of corruption and of having a “mafia character.”… Read more
A Bosnian Muslim woman mourns while touching a gravestone during a funeral ceremony at the Potocari Memorial Center and Cemetery, in Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina, … Read more
Bulgaria and Croatia took a big step toward adopting the euro currency, potentially becoming the newest members to the bloc after years of economic crises … Read more
President Tayyip Erdogan declared Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia a mosque on Friday with the first Muslim prayers to begin in two weeks, after a top court … Read more
The Serbian government has scrapped a plan to impose a weekend coronavirus curfew in Belgrade after two nights of protests in the capital.
Prime Minister … Read more
Bulgarian night clubs and indoor discos will close, spectators will be banned at all sports events and public gatherings will be limited to 30 people … Read more
A group of opposition supporters stormed the Serbian parliament building in Belgrade on Tuesday in a protest against a lockdown planned for the capital this … Read more
According to the latest information, 302 new cases of coronavirus were confirmed in Serbia over the weekend.
The Serbian news site B92, five more people … Read more
Croatia’s ruling centre-right Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ) is set to win a parliamentary election on Sunday, held at a time of rising coronavirus infections and … Read more
Croatians vote on Sunday to choose a government whose abiding challenge will be to haul the economy out of recession triggered by the coronavirus outbreak, … Read more
A fresh state of emergency was declared in the Serbian capital Belgrade, with a number of restrictions restored after a new increase in coronavirus infections … Read more
Ahead of the 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre, Serbian artist Vladimir Miladinovic has transformed the war diary of former Bosnia Serb commander Ratko Mladic … Read more
Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Thursday Turkey expects France to apologise after an incident between Turkish and French warships in the Mediterranean prompted Paris … Read more
Germany will keep reviewing travel advice for Turkey, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas told his Turkish counterpart on Thursday, saying any decisions were coordinated with the … Read more
A Turkish business delegation is set to visit Libya within two weeks to assess how Turkey’s companies and banks can help rebuild the war-torn country … Read more
Turkish power-ship operator Karadeniz Holding is preparing a bid to supply up to 1,000 megawatts of electricity to conflict-hit Libya and will submit it soon, … Read more
The Croatia government will finance a shorter working week for coronavirus-hit companies whose turnover fell at least 20% from the same month last year, the … Read more
The leaders of Greece and Turkey held a rare phone conversation, after months of increasing tension between the two neighbouring countries.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos … Read more