Croatia started voting for president on Sunday with incumbent Ivo Josipovic tipped as the frontrunner.
The second of three attempts by Greece's parliament to approve the Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ nominee for president has failed, sending the country a step closer to early general elections.
Lawmakers in Greece are to make on Tuesday a second attempt at electing the country's new President.
Romanians should say in five years that their country is the one which stunned the world with its transformation and reconstruction, the new President Klaus Iohannis has said.
The Greek Parliament failed to elect the country's President at the first round of voting on Wednesday.
The seven Bulgarians, followers of the Buddhist movement Falun Gong, that were detained in Belgrade on Tuesday, have been released on Wednesday evening and are expected to return to Bulgaria.
The seven Bulgarians who were arrested in Belgrade on Monday evening over their alleged plans to protest against the human rights violations in China, would return on Thursday, the spokesperson of Bulgaria's Foreign Ministry Betina Zhoteva says.
A tender for the privatization of the state-owned Telekom Srbija will be announced at the beginning of 2015, according to state-owned broadcaster Radio-Television Serbia (RTS).
Turkish President Recep Erdogan will begin chairing the meetings of the government next year.
Romania's Black Sea city of Constanta is seeking to attract tourists with a new large natural science museum complex, reports archdaily.
The new gas pipeline which may replace the South Stream gas pipeline may be called “Turkish Stream”, according to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The Greek government has decided that Parliament will have a vote on the new head of state two months earlier.
Russia’s decision to abandon the South Stream pipeline project is a problem for Serbia which is forcing Belgrade is going to study alternative options to ensure its gas supplies, Serbian Deputy PM Zorana Mihajlovic said on Tuesday.
UDMR ethnic Hungarian party, a junior partner in Romania’s government coalition, has decided to leave it following the defeat of Social Democrat Prime Minister Victor Ponta in presidential elections.
Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic canceled a visit to Serbia, following the release of former leader of the Serbian Radical Party Vojislav Seselj from the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY).
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