Russia and The Balkans

Putin En Route to Zagreb?

Putin En Route to Zagreb?

During her visit to Sochi, Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic officially invited Russian President Vladimir Putin to visit Zagreb. She pointed out that his last visit was in 2007 at an energy forum. (Sherbrooke Times)

Russia’s Economic New Best Friend is….CroatiaPhoto: Office of the President of Croatia

Russia’s Economic New Best Friend is….Croatia

Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic spoke today at the first Croatian-Russian Economic Forum. 90 companies have arrived in Moscow for the forum, which was developed as a part of the plan of Grbar-Kitarovic’s visit to Russia. Grbar-Kitarovic noted, “This year marks 25 years of the establishment of diplomatic relations. […]

Day Two: Grabar-Kitarovic Feeling Diplomatic, HolySputnik/Sergey Pyatakov

Day Two: Grabar-Kitarovic Feeling Diplomatic, Holy

“President of the Republic of Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic met in Moscow with Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev on the second day of her official visit to the Russian Federation. During the talks, President Medvedev of the Russian Government stressed the importance of twenty-five years of diplomatic […]

Russian-Macedonian Relations to Move Forwardsdsm.org

Russian-Macedonian Relations to Move Forward

“Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev met today with the Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the Republic of Macedonia, Oleg Shcherbak. Shcherbak gave support for for a vigorous policy to move Macedonia forward. They announced they were going to promote economic and cultural cooperations, government information services have […]

DEVELOPING STORY: Kolinda in Sochi

DEVELOPING STORY: Kolinda in Sochi

“Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović begins her three-day official visit to Russia at the invitation of her Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. The aim of the visit is to stimulate bilateral relations that have been neglected for years.  Grabar-Kitarović will begin her official visit to the Russian Federation by meeting with […]

Moscow Wants Speedy Clarification on Humanitarian Center in Nis

Moscow Wants Speedy Clarification on Humanitarian Center in Nis

“Aleksandr Chepurin (Russian Ambassador to Serbia) has stressed the need to, due to the scope of work, resolve the status of the Russian-Serbian Humanitarian Center (RSHC) as soon as possible. Chepurin, Russia’s ambassador in Belgrade, said this during a meeting with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, the president’s press service […]

Slovenian Tech Industry Creates Ties to Moscow

Slovenian Tech Industry Creates Ties to Moscow

“Representatives of four Slovenian technological companies and the Ljubljana Faculty of Computer and Information Science are visiting the Skolkovo Innovation Centre and the Internet Initiatives Development Fund in Moscow on Monday and Tuesday to forge new business ties and cooperation. According to the Slovenian SPIRT agency, which organizes […]

Slovenian Tech Delegation in Russia

Slovenian Tech Delegation in Russia

Four Slovenian technology companies have joined the Ljubljana Faculty of Computer and Information Science for a multi-day trip to Moscow. The delegation is visiting the Skolkovo Innovation Center in Monday and hopes to deepen cooperation business ties. (Translated from Si21).

Photo: Joaquim Alves GasparPhoto: Joaquim Alves Gaspar

Croatian President and Putin to Meet in Moscow to Discuss BiH

“The President of Croatia Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović will pay an official visit to Russia and meet with President Vladimir Putin next week, with the aim to induce bilateral relations that have been neglected for years…One of their topics will be the situation inBiH (Bosnia and Herzegovina). Grabar-Kitarovic repeatedly expressed […]

Russian MiGs Arrive in SerbiaAl-Jazeera Balkans

Russian MiGs Arrive in Serbia

Russia has delivered all six of the MiG-29s to Serbia after a meeting between then Prime Minister, and current President, Aleksandar Vučić and Russian President Vladimir Putin in March 2017. The MiGs are a gift from Russia to Serbia, but the modernization will still cost Serbia around $210.7 million. Russia […]