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Fatmir Sejdiu stepped down from his office as president of Kosovo on 27 September after the Constitutional Court had ruled that he could not simultaneously hold the functions of the head of state and party leader. The president’s…
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On 3 October elections will be held at the regional and central levels in Bosnia and Herzegovina. According to polls, the elections will bring no radical changes to the Bosnian political scene. Parties which draw on nationalist…
On 14 September, during a meeting of the presidents of Azerbaijan, Georgia and Romania in Baku, representatives of the national energy companies signed a memorandum to create a joint venture group as part of the AGRI project, creating…
Analyses | | Tomasz Dąborowski
The chances of Romania and Bulgaria joining the Schengen Area in March 2011 are looking slim
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On 14 September, the parliament of Republika Srpska (RS) in Bosnia and Herzegovina adopted a state property act under which the republic’s government is taking over control of state-owned real estate located in RS. The government of…
Analyses | | Marta Szpala
As integration with the EU is a top priority for the Serbian government, it will strive to avoid confrontational rhetoric towards Kosovo and make a pretence of a willingness to establish dialogue with the government in Pristina.
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The agriculture ministries of Romania and Moldova, as well as business representatives from both countries, agreed at the beginning of September that Romania will quintuple its imports of Moldovan fruit (mainly apples and grapes).…
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On 14 September, during a meeting of the presidents of Azerbaijan, Georgia and Romania in Baku, representatives of the national energy companies signed a memorandum to create a joint venture group as part of the AGRI project, creating…
Analyses | | Tomasz Dąborowski
The replacement of some members of the cabinet will curb conflict inside the key party in the coalition and allow Emil Boc’s government to finish the implementation of the savings programme
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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on 1 August granted consent for a raise in public sector wages and a re-evaluation of pensions and social allowances in January 2011, the first one since 2009. The government hopes that this move…