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A member of European Forces (EUFOR) stands in front of the Bosnia and Herzegovina and European Union flags during Change of Command Ceremony in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina March 28, 2017. REUTERS/Dado RuvicPhoto: REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

2018 EU Draft Report on BiH Presented

“European Parliament’s rapporteur for Bosnia and Herzegovina Cristian Preda presented the 2018 Draft Report of the Committee on Foreign Affairs on Bosnia and Herzegovina based on the European Commission’s 2018 report on Bosnia. The Draft expresses concerns over the slowdown in the pace of reforms and adds suggestions […]

Bosnian Police Make Huge Drug BustPhoto: SIPA

Bosnian Police Make Huge Drug Bust

“Bosnian police have seized 665 kg (1,466 pounds) of a potent form of cannabis known as skunk hidden inside a truck, and arrested one person in one of the biggest drug hauls in the Balkan country, the prosecutor’s office said on Wednesday. The stash was discovered during a […]

Croatia Looks to Strengthen Cooperation with AlbaniaPhoto: Office of the President of Croatia

Croatia Looks to Strengthen Cooperation with Albania

“Cooperation between Croatia and Albania is constantly improving and the main precondition for its significant expansion is better transport connectivity, Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic and her Albanian host, President Ilir Meta, agreed at talks in Tirana on Wednesday. ‘We should strengthen our cooperation that is already fruitful, but […]

Croatia Looking to Build StatePhoto: SoccerPro

Croatia Looking to Build State

“Croatian State Property Minister Goran Maric said on Wednesday that building a national football stadium is needed and that he has to do it as soon as possible. ‘The construction of a national stadium is not only realistic, but it is necessary. It has to be done as […]

European Commission Recommends Kosovo for Visa LiberalizationPhoto: Traveleks

European Commission Recommends Kosovo for Visa Liberalization

“The European Commission says Kosovo has met all required benchmarks for its citizens to qualify for visa-free travel within Europe’s Schengen zone. But the proposal on visa liberalization for Kosovo must first be approved by the European Parliament and the Council of Europe, where several EU member states […]

Thaci: This Meeting With Vucic “Most Difficult”Photo: Associated Press

Thaci: This Meeting With Vucic “Most Difficult”

“Addressing the media after meeting his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vucic in Brussels said today’s round of dialogue, Kosovo President Hashim Thaci said the meeting ‘was short but the most difficult one since he started negotiations with Vucic six years ago.’ ‘It was a short but one of the […]

Tucker Carlson Doubles Down on Questioning NATO Commitment to Montenegro

Tucker Carlson Doubles Down on Questioning NATO Commitment to Montenegro

“Tucker Carlson‘s question to President Trump about NATO and Montenegro last night set off a bit of a firestorm, and Carlson tonight doubled down. Carlson questioned the NATO provision about defending member nations and name-dropped Montenegro in particular, asking, ‘Why should my son go to Montenegro to defend it from attack?’ […]

Montenegro’s Chinese Construction “Headache”

Montenegro’s Chinese Construction “Headache”

“Meant to be an iconic route to a more connected and prosperous future, a brand new highway financed and under construction by China has become a headache for the tiny Balkan country of Montenegro. Although the first 41-km section through difficult, mountainous terrain is not yet complete, the […]