Figures obtained by local daily Zeri show Turkish consortium Calik-Limak recovered its investment just one year after buying majority stake in KEDS, in revelations likely to embarrass PDK as it tries to form new government.
New ministers will be part of the acting government until a new executive is voted in by lawmakers - a remote scenario given the failure to elect a parliament speaker since the June general election.
Trainkos has suspended all its services except the Pristina-Skopje train saying it is unable to continue operations without funding from the government.
Time runs out for final review of current stand-by arrangement and disbursement of €15mn funding as negotiations over new coalition drag on in Pristina.
After 70 years of being told Nato was the enemy, most of the populations of the former Communist bloc continue to have mixed feelings about their former enemies – even if the geopolitics have changed radically.