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Economy and trade ministers from Ankara, Belgrade and Sarajevo formally agreed to improve economic ties in an attempt to boost mutual trade.
Turkish soaps have replaced Latin American shows as must-sees for many TV viewers in the Balkans - tapping into nostalgia for a system of family values that people in the region have lost, and lament.
Beyond the florid talk of Turkish-Bosniak brotherhood, there is little sign that Turkey is taking much economic interest in Bosnia, or developing into a diplomatic force there.
While Kosovo’s power company expects the new Turkish grid owner to underwrite more than 400,000 euro in recently agreed upgrades, the consortium is making no commitments.
A Turkish soap opera has inspired locals in the Croatian city of Osijek to mull rebuilding the wooden Ottoman-era bridge that once spanned the river Drava.
Construction of four 42-storey skyscrapers, set to be the tallest buildings in Macedonia, started on Monday in Skopje.
As Turkey contemplates raising Macedonia’s NATO accession bid at the alliance's Chicago summit, Greek remains adamant that it will block any attempt to force its hand.
As the government of Sali Berisha continues to be shunned by the EU for its poor rule of law record and pervasive corruption, Tirana turns to its former imperial ruler for support.
Turkey's Limak group is to start building a kilometre-long underground street in Macedonia's capital, aimed at easing traffic.
Turkish soap operas lure increasing numbers of Macedonian tourists to Istanbul, where they hope to catch a glimpse of their favorite stars.
Ankara is getting involved in a fresh bid to end the four-year schism between Serbia's two Islamic communities.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdogan is paying an official visit to Skopje, aimed at closening the already warm political and economic links between the two countries.
The prime ministers of Bulgaria and Turkey have expressed a mutual desire to fast-track construction of the Nabucco pipeline.
Bulgaria and Turkey have agreed to speed up the construction of a gas grid interconnection between the two countries, their energy ministers said on Thursday.
Turkey has emerged as a key health tourist destination for Balkan citizens unable to access, or pay for, medical treatment at home.