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Bakir Izetbegovic Meets UN Secretary-Generalalchetron.com

Bakir Izetbegovic Meets UN Secretary-General

“The Secretary-General met with H.E. Mr. Bakir Izetbegović, Chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Secretary-General appreciated the commitment of the Government of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals and looked forward to continued cooperation between the Government of Bosnia […]

Migrants Arrested With Weapons in SarajevoPhoto: Carles Pobes Panisello

Migrants Arrested With Weapons in Sarajevo

“The Sarajevo police arrested a Syrian A.M. and an Algerian D.A. and found a weapons cache during Sunday raid in Sarajevo. The Sarajevo Canton’s Interior Ministry spokesperson, Suada Kuldija, told N1 that police officers stopped two persons asking for their ID’s but then the two started running away. […]

N1: “Croatian president commends Nelson Mandela’s legacy”Photo: N1

N1: “Croatian president commends Nelson Mandela’s legacy”

“Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic said in New York on Monday the legacy of Nelson Mandela could be a signpost for resolving current global problems, 100 years after the birth and five after the death of the South African leader. Mandela, born 100 years ago, spent 27 years in […]

Croatian President Honored at 25th Anniversary of the National Federation of Croatian AmericansPhoto: Office of the President

Croatian President Honored at 25th Anniversary of the National Federation of Croatian Americans

“The President of the Republic of Croatia Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović started off her visit to the United States by meeting with the Croatian community at a ceremony marking the 25thanniversary of the National Federation of Croatian Americans Cultural Foundation. ‘As Croatian President, I am especially proud of my Croatian […]

Kosovo Leaders Have Packed Day at the UN General AssemblyPhoto: impakter.com

Kosovo Leaders Have Packed Day at the UN General Assembly

The Kosovo delegation of President Hashim Thaci, Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj, and Foreign Minister Behgjet Pacolli began a long week of meetings and negotiations at the 73rd United Nations General Assembly in New York. They met on Monday with representatives from the Milenimum Corporation Challenge, the US State […]

Kosovo Police Start Implementing Law on Car Registration in the Serb-Dominated NorthMitrovica Guide

Kosovo Police Start Implementing Law on Car Registration in the Serb-Dominated North

“On Monday, the Kosovo Police have started implementation of an operation plan to stop participation in traffic of all unregistered vehicles in the northern part of Kosovo inhabited by Serbs. Pristina authorities have never extended their full authority in the north and this has created a heaven for […]

US Ambassador Delawie: We won’t just accept any agreementUS Embassy Kosovo

US Ambassador Delawie: We won’t just accept any agreement

“The outgoing US ambassador to Pristina Greg Delawie said on Monday Washington would not welcome any solution to Kosovo issue eventually reached by the two sides, the Beta news agency reported. In an interview with the Pristina Koha Ditore daily, Delawie said that because the Belgrade – Pristina […]

Macedonian President Against Changing the Identity of Macedonia

Macedonian President Against Changing the Identity of Macedonia

“‘No politician has the mandate to negotiate the identity of a nation. The majority of Macedonian citizens did not vote for a government that stipulates a change of the Constitution of the Republic of Macedonia for the purpose of changing the constitutional name of the state. Therefore, neither […]

Macedonian Foreign Minister Holds Press Conference on Name IssuePhoto: EWB

Macedonian Foreign Minister Holds Press Conference on Name Issue

” (Macedonian)Foreign Minister Dimitrov held a press conference related to all aspects of the Agreement with Greece. Dimitrov said there are firm guarantees regarding Macedonia’s NATO accession, because the agreement cannot enter into force if Greece fails to ratify the NATO accession protocols in its parliament. ‘The agreement […]

Jamestown Foundation: “High Turnout Critical for Macedonia’s Referendum”exploringmacedonia.com

Jamestown Foundation: “High Turnout Critical for Macedonia’s Referendum”

“In the run-up to Macedonia’s referendum on changing the country’s name (scheduled for September 30), the main focus of the government in Skopje has become ensuring a high turnout. In the current polarizing political environment, with President Gjorge Ivanov calling for a boycott of the referendum, the ruling […]