ForMin Aurescu and former heads of Romanian diplomacy meet in MAE Consultative Council on Friday

Foreign Affairs Minister Bogdan Aurescu and former heads of Romanian diplomacy meet on Friday in the Consultative Council of the Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE), to talk about Romania's foreign policy priorities in relation with the Eastern Neighbourhood, informs a MAE release remitted to AGERPRES on Thursday.


Stage set for classic Masters battle

The most hotly anticipated Masters in years gets underway early April 9 morning under the towering Georgia pines of Augusta National with a host of gripping potential story lines.
First and foremost is the return to competitive play of four-time winner Tiger Woods after a two-month timeout to try and get his game back together.

Serbia reaches semifinals of U18 volleyball EC for women

SAMOKOV - Serbia's U18 women's volleyball team beat Italy 3-0 (25-18 25-17 25-16) in the 4th round of Group A of the European championship in Bulgaria on Wednesday and qualified for the semifinals.

This victory puts Serbia at the top of the ladder in its group, but also reserves a spot at the world championship in Peru and the European Youth Olympic Festival in Georgia.

US-led Drills Involving Bulgaria Begin in Romania

Two Operation Atlantic Resolve military exercises started in Eastern Europe on Tuesday, a Pentagon spokesman has said.

The 173rd airborne Brigade jumped into Smardan Training Area, Romania, for a combined, multinational training exercise with Romanian allies the US Department of Defense quotes Col Steve Warren as saying.

Armed forces train leaders for new global challenges

Armed forces train leaders for new global challenges

The British Embassy in Macedonia held training for 30 high-ranking officials in the security sector.

UK Major General John Moore-Bick shares advice with representatives from Macedonia, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Serbia and Ukraine. [British Embassy Skopje]