Rio Tinto is seeking to develop the Jadar lithium project in Serbia but faces strong opposition.
In the final week of November, Romania’s stock market indices posted their steepest decline since the initial COVID-19 shock in February-March 2020.
Bloc’s giant investment offer may appeal to countries worried by Chinese “debt-trap diplomacy”. Beijing warns against geopoliticising infrastructure.
Move came at end of first day of ‘front door’ interventions by central bank on FX market that reportedly burnt up in excess of a billion dollars.
Montenegrin power company EPCG plans to hike the price it charges for electricity from January in line with rising prices on international markets.
Pristina follows governments of Croatia and Slovenia in tightening border restrictions but also introduces stricter rules for people inside the country.
Prices of sugar, flour, sunflower oil and other basic foodstuffs to be frozen at November 15 level.
Just 31.9% of respondents said Montenegro is going in a good direction as many complained the government's priorities do not align with those of the population.
Electric hypercar producer Rimac Automobili is one of the most successful Croatian companies and has an increasingly international workforce.
Clashes with police as environmental activists protest against legal changes they say benefit foreign investors in polluting projects.
The progress of both North Macedonia and Albania towards EU accession is stalled because of Bulgaria’s veto on the start of accession negotiations with North Macedonia.
The EU is planning a ban on travel from southern African countries after a new and highly infectious variant of the coronavirus virus was confirmed in Botswana and South Africa.
PSD and PNL put rivalries aside to form new government led by Nicolae Ciuca, ending lengthy political crisis.
Russian gas major had threatened to switch off gas supplies to Moldova over unpaid gas bill.
Nato member Croatia signs deal to bolster its air defences after tender process was delayed by the pandemic.
With Iran’s rial typically suffering only bad news given US sanctions, day-trippers didn’t need telling twice to make journey to bag some bargains.
Miners have gone home after two days of protests in Sarajevo, but say they won't return to the mines until their demands are met.
Bulgarian decision blocks opening of EU accession talks with both North Macedonia and Albania.
6,500 miners from seven mines in the Bosnian Federation held a protest in Sarajevo, forcing a shutdown of mining in the entity.
Russia claims that US bombers flying only 20 km from Russia’s border were rehearsing a nuclear strike on Russia from two different directions earlier this month, the Defence Ministry said in a statement on November 23.