“Korean Airlines has been granted approval by the Ministry of Transport to operate five flights a week to Croatia this year. The airlines currently only operates charter flights to Zagreb but this latest decision gives them the opportunity to introduce a regular scheduled connection.” (Dubrovnik Times)
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Lengthy full page reporting in Sunday @nytimes on migrant crisis on #Croatia - #Bosnia border.
The western Balkans are the last major thoroughfare for migrants trying to reach Northern Europe.
Croatia is trying to put a stop to that — often in very brutal fashion.
Our report from the Bosnian-Croatian border. With great 📸 from @LauraBoushnak
According to @WorldBank reports, the economic growth of the Western #Balkans slowed going from 2018 to 2019, raising concerns on how stable the contributing factors to the growth are.
Check out some stats here:
#US Presidential Special Envoy @RichardGrenell is Visiting #Kosovo and #Serbia through Friday, the #EU's @JosepBorrellF to Visit Next Week.
#BiH Presidency Member Dzaferovic Questions the Name "Republika Srpska."
Serbia's @avucic "Fed Up" With Lectures on Relationship With #Russia & #China.
#Kosovo News Outlet Publishes Details of #Belgrade - #Pristina Aviation Agreement.
#Montenegro Aims to Continue Strong Bilateral Relationship With China.
#Belgrade-#Pristina Flights to Resume After 20 Years.
@LevizjaRks's @albinkurti is Officially PM Designate in #Kosovo.
#Croatian PM @AndrejPlenkovic Urges EU Enlargement.
@USEAlliance Paper Calls for Strong #US - #UK Partnership in the Region