News archive of February 2019

Skopje is new "hub for attacks against Vucic and Serbia"

According to Vulin, the capital of Macedonia has become a place where funding and support is provided for "snitches and crooks" from all over the region, for politicians who believe cooperating with foreigners is the only way they came come to power.

PM Dancila on Constantin Brancusi National Day: A day when we honour the sculptor, visionary, genius

Prime Minister Viorica Dancila says in a message on Constantin Brancusi National Day that February 19 is a tribute to the great Romanian artist who carried with him all over the world the Romanian national identity, adding that it is a day that we honor "the sculptor, the visionary, the genius, the maker of shapes inspired by tradition that became reference works of modern sculpture."

Honda to end production of Civic models at Turkey plant in 2021

Japanese carmaker giant Honda has announced that it will cease the production of Civic sedan model vehicles at its Turkey plant while closing the Swindon factory in the U.K. as part of its plans to restructure its global manufacturing network.

Vucic "cares about legacy, not daily politics"

This is what the president told Politico on the sidelines of the recent Munich Conference, the Brussels-based website is reporting.

"I believe in someone's legacy, that's what I would like to see," he is quoted as saying.

He also "stressed that a deal had to be done, Otherwise we'll face a catastrophe." Ciamba on art.7: Romanian Presidency at EU Council is ready to listen to everyone

AGERPRES special correspondent Tudor Martalogu reports: The Romanian Presidency at the EU Council, as an honest broker, is ready to listen to everyone, Minister-delegate for European Affairs George Ciamba argued on Tuesday in respect to article 7 (of the EU Treaty) regarding the rule of law in Poland and regarding the observance of the EU values in Hungary, a topic included on the agenda of the

Istanbul mesmerizes under a blanket of fog

A thick blanket of fog has covered Istanbul. Click through for photos shot by news agencies early Feb. 19 in Turkey’s largest city...

ISAP train calls three-hour stoppage on Thursday

Workers on Athens's ISAP electric railway will be walking off the job from 11 a.m. and until 2 p.m. on Thursday, their union said on Tuesday.

Irish Giant Acquires the Corrugated Plant in Lukovit

The Irish giant in the field of paper and packaging production Smurfit Kappa wants to acquire 100 percent of the Bulgarian company Vitalvel AD, it is clear from a notice sent to the Commission for Protection of Competition. It does not clear the financial parameters of the deal.

March with Temperatures and Rainfall in the Norms, Predict Weather Forecasts

It is expected that in March the precipitations and temperatures will be in the norm for this month, Prof. Georgi Rachev, the climatologist, said today on Nova TV. He added that the average monthly temperatures would be within the climatic norm, which is between 4 and 8 degrees.