Brussels-Capital Region

Charting Greek foreign policy and transatlantic outlook: A conversation with George Gerapetritis

The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) will be hosting a conversation with Greek Foreign Minister George Gerapetritis in Brussels on Monday, November 13, at 7 p.m. Central European Time (8 p.m. Greek time). 

European Commission confirms Serbia's progress in major areas

BRUSSELS - In its annual report on Serbia, the European Commission says the country has made progress on judicial and media reforms and on aligning with the EU foreign policy, diplomatic sources have told Tanjug.

The report commends two recently adopted media strategy laws - the Law on Public Information and the Media and the Law on Electronic Media, the sources said.

Petkovic: Pristina has rejected invitation to November 7 round of dialogue

BELGRADE - The head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Petar Petkovic confirmed to Tanjug on Monday Pristina had rejected an invitation to a new round of technical dialogue between chief negotiators scheduled for November 7, while Belgrade had accepted it.

Stano: New EU proposal on Serb municipalities balanced

BRUSSELS - EU spokesman Peter Stano said on Monday the EU had tabled a "balanced" proposal on the establishment of a Community of Serb Municipalities at the most recent Brussels meeting with leaders of Belgrade and Pristina and that Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic and Pristina's PM Albin Kurti had hinted a readiness in principle to accept the proposal.

‘Calling Palestinians terrorists has to stop’

It was June 29, 1982 and Andreas Papandreou had just returned from a fraught European Economic Community summit. The Greek prime minister gave his family a detailed account of what was said during the talks with his European counterparts with regard to the war that was raging in the Middle East at the time.