Month: February 2024

TIKA projects important for farmers

Podgorica, (MINA-BUSINESS) – According to the Ministry of Agriculture, the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) has implemented numerous projects of importance for farmers in Montenegro. Minister Vladimir Jokovic met with the TIKA Coordinator in Podgorica Nihal Ersoy to discuss…

HGK: GDP growth not surprising considering wage, retail sales growth

ZAGREB, 27 Feb (Hina) – The GDP growth of 4.3% in Q4 2023 is not surprising, notably when the growth of real retail trade turnover and real wage growth are taken into account, Croatian Chamber of Economy (HGK) chief economist Goran…

Italy against sending troops to fight in Ukraine – Tajani

Italy is against sending troops to fight in Ukraine, Foreign Minister Antonio Tajani said Tuesday after French President Emmanuel Macron floated the idea Monday. The possible sending of Western troops to Ukraine “is an idea of Macron’s,” said Tajani, who…

The World Bank with a project for the advancement of property rights in Kosovo

The Property Rights Initiative is the next project that Kosovo has benefited from the World Bank, namely from the State and Peacebuilding Fund implemented by ATRC. This project, which has been implemented since last year, aims to inform citizens of…

Jonas Staal’s ‘Propaganda Station’ to open at MoCA on March 1

Skopje, 27 February 2024 (MIA) – Exploring how art and culture are involved in the dominant forms of contemporary propaganda and the possibilities for counterpropaganda through emancipatory grassroots and liberatio_nMovements, Dutch visual artist Jonas Staal’s “Propaganda Station” exhibit will open…

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MoF: Public expenditures in January, 38.6 billion ALL

TIRANA, Feb 27 /ATA/ The general public expenditures, for the first month of 2024, reached about 38.6 billion ALL with an execution of 89.2 percent of the plan, while compared to the same period of 2023, this item was 10.3…

40,000 Romanian students benefit from study programmes in the European Union

Secretary of state in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Janina Sitaru pleaded on Tuesday at the debate titled “The future of education in Romania”, held at the Students’ Culture House in Bucharest, for the return home of young Romanians who…

Relations with Armenia can become even more productive, PM says

Greece and Armenia have historic ties that stretch across the centuries and can now become even more productive in view of the common challenges that lie ahead, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Tuesday, during joint statements with his Armenian…

The Network of Women Diplomats in Bosnia and Herzegovina officially inaugurated in Sarajevo

SARAJEVO, February 27 (FENA) – The Network of Women Diplomats in Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the presence of more than 60 women diplomats, was inaugurated yesterday at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In his welcoming address,…

Türkiye stresses importance of world court’s opinion on Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories

Türkiye on Monday underscored the pivotal role the International Court of Justice (ICJ) is playing in terms of its advisory opinion on Israel’s occupation of Palestinian territories. Speaking to reporters following the latest hearings of the world court, Deputy Foreign…

Cyprus EU Presidency to focus on gender equality, Minister says

Minister of Justice and Public Order Marios Hartsiotis has stressed that the Cyprus Presidency of the Council of the EU in the first half of 2026, will focus on priority areas that will have added value to the significant achievements…

Slovenian President: Bulgaria and Slovenia Have No Unresolved Issues, Can Focus on Cooperating on Important European or Global Issues

Bulgaria and Slovenia have no open or unresolved issues and can focus on cooperating on issues that are important for Europe and the world, Slovenian President Natasa Pirc Musar said here Tuesday. She was speaking at a joint news briefing…