Government efforts to shield populations from the energy crisis and rampant inflation have shifted the economic impact to next year, says the EBRD as it downgrades GDP growth forecasts for 2023.
Growth is expected to slow later in 2022 as the war in Ukraine affects tourism and other key sectors.
Montenegro moves closer to getting new government despite tensions among the 20 small parties forming the ruling coalition.
Sigma Energy's full-scale Sigma WEC prototype deployed off Montenegro's Bar in the Adriatic Sea.
US State Department says Russia covertly channelled over $300mn to foreign political parties, with Albania, Bosnia and Montenegro believed to be among the countries targeted.
Rising political instability at home and spillovers from the Russia-Ukraine military conflict weigh on Montenegro’s economic and fiscal outlook.
Top politicians in Montenegro are believed to be involved in the lucrative tobacco smuggling business.
Pro-Russian Democratic Front is the biggest of the 20 small parties that plan to back the country's next government.
Montenegro’s national security agency warns cyber attacks linked to Russia will get worse.
Widespread attacks on Montenegrin state institutions and Bulgaria's opposition Gerb party follow shutdown of Albanian government services.
Across the EU 72% of EU internet users aged 16-74 read online news sites, newspapers or news magazines, but only 59% of Romanians read news online.
MPs voted overwhelmingly in favour of the no-confidence motion in Dritan Abazovic's government.
Waste generation has increased sharply in recent decades, but waste management infrastructure has in general failed to keep up.
Gunman randomly shot passers-by on the street including children before being shot dead by police.
Bulgaria shifts back towards Russian orbit after reformist government toppled. Montenegro could be next.
The heatwave that caused havoc in Western Europe is now moving north and east, with temperatures in Southeast Europe expected to peak over the weekend.
Podgorica was hoping a strong summer season would finally allow its economy to bounce back from the pandemic woes but price hikes at hotels and restaurants are keeping visitors away.
Stagflation is here. The world is facing a global recession that could go on for several years as central banks everywhere will be forced to put through growth-crushing large rate hikes to control runaway inflation. But just how bad is it now?
After February 24, when the first Russian tanks rolled into Ukraine, looking at a map of Europe is no longer what it used to be.
Only when the Western Balkans is integrated into the EU, and the EU reforms itself, can Brussels really turn its attention to Ukraine or other potential accession candidates.