“The World Economic Forum is holding a strategic meeting on the Western Balkans in Geneva.
The objective is to address the challenges faced by the economies of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Kosovo, Montenegro and Serbia. Top officials from the six countries and Bulgaria, Croatia, Germany, Slovenia, Switzerland, and Turkey are attending the gathering. Tensions in Kosovo, relations between Macedonia and Greece, and elections in Bosnia and Herzegovina are some of the issues that are being discussed. Prime Minister Andrej Plenković is attending the summit. He said Croatia wanted to see these countries move closer to the EU since Croatia planned to make the Western Balkans a top issue of its European Council presidency in 2020.” (Voice of Croatia)