Belgrade says Prime Minister Zoran Zaev is planning to change Macedonia's stance and support Kosovo's Unesco membership.
Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel described Erdogan's comments as an "unprecedented act of interference in the sovereignty of our country".
Belarus is in the top three spots popular with Russian holidaymakers, according to Yandex.Money, which analyzed the countries the Russians headed to for their breaks this summer.
Conservative VMRO-DPMNE puts pressure on new Social Democrat-led government with no-confidence motions against foreign, finance and agriculture ministers.
Croatian agriculture ministry will repeal a decree increasing inspection fees for imports of fruits and vegetables from non-EU countries aimed at protecting local farmers.
Simultaneous parliamentary and presidential polls will not be brought forward from end of 2019 says party, described by Erdogan as “fatigued”.
Turkey’s leading brewer Anadolu Efes announces initial agreement with world’s largest brewer AB InBev for 50:50 merger of Russia and Ukraine businesses, new enterprise to take on beer markets suffering longstanding decline.
Demanding cheaper loans to stimulate the economy, president asks how lenders' profits can rise 40% when GDP only expands 2.9%.
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.
Car industry supplier is closing plants in Bosnia and Serbia as it embarks on restructuring following takeover by Italian fund.
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.
Bosnia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia agree to take measures to protect their interests after Croatia hikes customs duties on imports from non-EU states to protect its farmers.
Lucifer heatwave that brought scorching temperatures across Southeast Europe highlighted infrastructure shortcomings, while drought takes its toll on agriculture along the Adriatic coast.
Energy Community opens case against Bosnia over environmental impact assessment of controversial Ugljevik III construction.
Ratings agency says lower tax revenues and higher social spending will push budget deficit up to 3.3% of GDP this year, as it lowers 2017 GDP forecast and assigns Macedonia’s BB rating a negative outlook.
Ruling GERB is trying to revive judicial reform process as required by the European Commission but critics say the latest changes violate the principles of the rule of law and judicial independence.
Ankara’s pledges to Beijing come as Turkey looks to position itself to gain from the massive One Belt, One Road initiative, but may disappoint EU leaders wary of slide to authoritarian rule.
Exporters from non-EU members on Croatia's borders hit by high import duties and new sanitary tests as Zagreb seeks to protect local farmers.
BHRT faced closure after the previous model for collecting licence fees expired and the broadcaster racked up $20mn worth of debt.
“America has no small allies, only strong allies,” says Mike Pence as he visits Estonia, Georgia and Montenegro days after US Congress votes for tough new sanctions on Russia.