“Turkey’s Ambassador to Sarajevo Haldun Koç has recalled that in 2003, when the first Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Turkey was signed, trade volume stood at $70 million. Now the two countries have reached a $700 million level of trade, in a striking display of progress Bosnia and Herzegovina and Turkey have mutually made. Koç evaluated the agenda and bilateral relations between the two countries, noting that relations between Turkey and Bosnia and Herzegovina have always been special and very different in both historical and cultural terms.” (Daily Sabah)
@fodorstravel profiles #tourism in the National Parks of @Croatia_hr.
#Kosovo Prime Minister @haradinajramush resigns following an invitation for questioning to the Specialist Chambers in The Hague as a suspect.
#Belgrade listed as one of the five most creative cities in the world; a 'hub for contemporary #art in #Europe once again'. #Serbia. https://t.co/lBzpMIzKzd
.@HouseForeign Passes Resolution on the #BytyqiBrothers
@NATO Supreme Commander Meets with #Serbia's @avucic, Def. Minister
#Croatian PM @AndrejPlenkovic Shuffles Government
#Kosovo FM @pacollibehgjet , Parliament Speaker @KadriVeseliKS in #US
FM Darmanović in #WashingtonDC: 🇲🇪 #Montenegro and 🇺🇸 #UnitedStates are allies and friends that share the highest democratic values and firm Euro-Atlantic orientation, stressed during talks w/ @SenRonJohnson, @chelliepingree & @CSIS's Heather Conley3