“The European Union’s poorest member is seeking to offer a clearer path toward membership for the western Balkans to prevent a return to the instability that ravaged the continent’s most volatile region two decades ago. Bulgaria, which will assume the EU’s six-month rotating presidency in January, is pushing for the world’s biggest trading bloc to offer more concrete guidance on how Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Macedonia, Kosovo and Bosnia-Herzegovina can join its ranks, Liliana Pavlova, Bulgaria’s minister in charge of the EU presidency, said last week in Sofia, the capital.” (Bloomberg)
New US Amb. to #BiH (@USEmbassySJJ)Received by Milorad Dodik
US Amb. Kohorst (@USAmbCroatia) Backs Kolinda (@KolindaGK).
@RepEliotEngel Urges #Europe for #Kosovo Visa Liberalization.
#Bosnia Arrests 5 Migrants With Links to Terrorism.
No Presidential Candidate from @Zoran_Zaev's SDSM & @AliAhmeti's DUI in #NorthMacedonia
Strong Efforts to Form a Gov't in #BiH
#Croatia, BiH, and #Montenegro Leaders Call for Investment.
US Amb. Nelson Arrives in #Bosnia to @USEmbassySJJ
Sen. @JimInhofe (R-OK) leads delegation to #Kosovo and meets @haradinajramush
Rep. @leezeldin Rep. Lee Zeldin (R, NY-1) Meets #Serbia(n) President @avucic over #BytyqiBrothers in Munich
One year after @avucic visited #Croatia....@KolindaGK makes clear her terms for a visit to #Serbia.
"Until progress has been made in resolving the issue of missing Croatian soldiers and civilians, there will be no reciprocal visit."
#Hrvatska #Srbija #Balkans #Balkaninsider