Croatia has qualified for the 2018 World Cup in Russia by defeating Greece on an aggregate of 4-1 over two matches. They join Serbia as the two Balkan countries to qualify for the tournament held in Russia for the first time. Politicians and influential figures from both Croatia and Serbia are expected to be in Russia from mid-June until mid-July for the tournament. Balkan Insider would like to congratulate Croatia for this huge achievement and joining their neighbors in the largest soccer tournament in the world.
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.@USAID is donating $1.2 million to #BiH to help its laboratory systems, activate case-finding & monitoring, support experts, bolster awareness & community engagement and strengthen prevention. #USAinBiH https://twitter.com/USAIDBIH/status/1244528920512409600
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Members of the 11th Contingent Army🇲🇪 returned to MNE last night from the #ResoluteSupport mission in Afghanistan. Their return was temporarily delayed due to #COVID19. After decontamination and health checks, soldiers were quarantined in #Danilovgrad. @Defence_mne #WeAreNATO4
Welcome to North Macedonia as the 30th Member of the #NATO Alliance. Its shared sacrifice in combat and commitment to NATO as a partner over the years has been resolute. We are proud to officially call them a @NATO Ally today. #WeAreNATO
It’s now official, North Macedonia is the 30th member of #NATO! Congratulations to all 🇲🇰 citizens on this monumental achievement. We will continue to support 🇲🇰 as a contributing member of the Alliance.3