While Balkan Prime Ministers are in Budapest, the Atlantic Council’s event on Wednesday, A Coming Storm? Shaping a Balkan Future in an Era of Uncertainty will see Balkan Foreign Ministers descend on Washington, D.C. for the one day event. The following Ministers of Foreign Affairs are confirmed and will participate in the conference: Ditmir Bushati (Albania), Behgjet Pacolli (Kosovo), Nikola Dimitrov (Macedonia), Srdjan Darmanovic (Montenegro), Ivica Dacic (Serbia). Full Agenda with all Speakers here.
Covering Politics & Business News from the most fascinating corner of Europe. #BalkanInsider offers a curated morning email here: https://t.co/iB7GiDDXTk
#COVID-19 Update from the #Balkans.
@usambserbia Speaks to @SerbianLeaders on U.S.-#Serbia Relations and more.
#Croatia Postpones Western Balkans Summit Scheduled for May.
Acting #Kosovo PM @albinkurti Ready for Dialogue with Serbia.
#COVID-19 Cases Top 2,000 in #Serbia and 1,000 in #Croatia and #Slovenia as the Number of Deaths Soars.
@AKNationalGuard Returns Home From Deployment in #Kosovo.
@mfa_russia Spokeswoman Released a Statement Slamming Kosovo's Tariffs on #Serbia.
Thanks to @US_EUCOM, we are continuing our longstanding support to 🇲🇪 health system, this time with 3 monitors for @Klinicki_CntCG, which will allow doctors to monitor the vital signs of critical patients connected to ventilators.
#COVID-19 cases in numbers: #Serbia: 1,908; #Croatia: 1,182; #Slovenia: 997; #BiH: 654; N. #Macedonia: 555; #Montenegro: 197; #Kosovo: 145.
@Twitter Removes 8,000 Fake Accounts Related to Serbia.
@albinkurti Warns of Manufactured Tension in N.
The full impact of #coronavirus has yet to be felt or known. Take a look at some factors that will affect how the #Balkan region is able to come out of this pandemic: