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Beograd, 13. maja 2016. -Nezavisna Republika Srpska znacila bi podelu Bosne i Hercegovine, a jedan deo te zemlje bi verovatno postao radikalizovan, sto SAD ne zele, izjavio je danas profesor Univerziteta Dzon Hopkins Danijel Server (na slici) na konferenciji magazina Njuzvik u Beogradu. FOTO TANJUG/ DRAGAN KUJUNDZIC/ nrPhoto: Tanjug/Dragan Kujundzic

Serwer – America Needs Action in the Balkans, Not Just Congressional Reports

“It is clear that Moscow will do everything it can to disrupt democracy and discredit its representatives in all NATO countries, including the United States (US) and Montenegro, according to expert for South Eastern Europe, Daniel Serwer. Commenting on the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the Senate of […]

Pacolli Urges Kosovo to Pass Demarcation, Go Forward with Special CourtPhoto: KosovaPress

Pacolli Urges Kosovo to Pass Demarcation, Go Forward with Special Court

“Minister of Foreign Affairs Behgjet Pacolli has urged that the demarcation with Montenegro and the Special Court are two issues that should be closed as soon as possible, otherwise they would continue to tarnish the country. With regard to the Special Court, Pacolli said that Kosovo has an international […]

Emiratis Invest in First Montenegrin Wind FarmBalkan Green Energy

Emiratis Invest in First Montenegrin Wind Farm

“Masdar, Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company, signed a share purchase agreement with Akuo Energy, the leading French independent power producer in renewable energy, to enter into the Krnovo Wind Farm, Montenegro’s first wind energy project. Under the terms of the agreement, Masdar will acquire 49% of Krnovo Green […]

Montenegro WEEKEND ROUNDUP: President Vujanovic in Bulgaria on Monday; Vujanovic – Washington understands our decision on JerusalemVolodymyr/123RF/Budva

Montenegro WEEKEND ROUNDUP: President Vujanovic in Bulgaria on Monday; Vujanovic – Washington understands our decision on Jerusalem

“Montenegrin President Filip Vujanovic will pay an official visit to Bulgaria on January 15 at the invitation of the President of the Republic of Bulgaria Rumen Radev.According to the announcement from the office of President, Vujanovic will have meetings with the President and the National Assembly Tsveta Karayancheva and […]

SPECIAL: UK Lords Committee – “Western Balkans backsliding on democracy”Photo: Parliament of the United Kingdom

SPECIAL: UK Lords Committee – “Western Balkans backsliding on democracy”

“Russian influence is expanding and support for EU membership is in decline as UK’s influence fades after Brexit vote. Progress towards full democracy and commitment to the rule of law in the western Balkans is either stagnating or going backwards as the UK’s influence in the region declines, […]

Djukanovic leading presidential polls in MontenegroPhoto: CDM

Djukanovic leading presidential polls in Montenegro

“The leaders of the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) and Democratic Montenegro, Milo Djukanovic and Aleksa Becic, are the best candidates in the presidential elections. A Center for Human Rights and Democracy (CEDEM) political public opinion poll results shows these results. ‘Milo Djukanovic is the best candidate in […]

Johannes Hahn receives Mr Zoran ZaevPhoto: ec.europa.eu

EU Observer – “EU sets date for next wave of enlargement”

“The EU is preparing to pledge a 2025 deadline for the next wave of enlargement, but Balkans disputes could hold things back. ‘The Western Balkans partners now have a historic window of opportunity. For the first time, their accession perspective has a best-case timeframe,’ the commission is to […]

“As EU President, Bulgaria To Push For Reduced Roaming Charges For Western Balkans”Photo: Shutterstock/Welcomia

“As EU President, Bulgaria To Push For Reduced Roaming Charges For Western Balkans”

“The Bulgarian ambassador to the European Union says his country will work for reduced mobile-phone roaming charges between the EU and the countries of the Western Balkans that are not members of the bloc. Dimitar Tzantchev, whose country holds the rotating EU presidency from January through June, was […]