Gazprom unit that operates pipeline said to be withdrawing all technical support.
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.
Soaring prices have left citizens struggling to cover food and transport costs and worried about how they will afford to heat their homes during the winter ahead.
Facing a cold winter, Southeast European countries look to coal from Indonesia, gas from Azerbaijan and oil from Iran.
Grouper was set up as a startup by North Macedonia’s ex-finance minister Nina Angelovska in 2011.
The EU's screening process with North Macedonia officially started, but there is persistent unhappiness within the country over concessions made to Bulgaria to unblock the accession process.
Skopje builds up reserves for second month after several months of decline in fx reserves.
Albania and Croatia the latest to announce new measures to help their populations cope with soaring prices.
Opposition party says it won’t back constitutional changes required for North Macedonia’s EU accession progress if the treaty isn’t abandoned — but risks a new veto by Bulgaria if it is.
The warmer climate in North Macedonia's capital mean torrential rain and flooding are now more frequent.
Kosovo has the world's fifth largest lignite reserves of up to 14bn tonnes, but its thermal power plants are outdated and constantly need repairing.
Producer prices in utilities went up the most, by an annual 49% in July.
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.
Waste generation has increased sharply in recent decades, but waste management infrastructure has in general failed to keep up.
North Macedonia to get first electric car plant, which will also be the first to produce a complete car in the country.
Bulgaria shifts back towards Russian orbit after reformist government toppled. Montenegro could be next.
Actor who calls himself a “son of the Balkans” plans to set up film and music studios in North Macedonia’s capital to shoot Hollywood-calibre movies.
High import prices of food and energy are now spilling over into the prices of other products and services.
North Macedonia’s retail sales dropped by a real 2.6% year-on-year in June.
Extreme heat and droughts across several European countries have led to forecasts for this year’s harvests being reduced.