Montenegrin Prime Minister Duško Marković was in the Macedonian capital today where he met with his Macedonian counterpart, Zoran Zaev. The two discussed bilateral cooperation and support for Macedonia’s ascension into the alliance. Marković is in Skopje to attend Summit 100 where business leaders and heads of states from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo are expected to attend. (translated from 24 Vesti)
#Croatia protests against domestic violence.
#spasime #Hrvatska #BalkanInsider
Security Min. of #Bosnia accuses #Croatia|n intelligence of a plot to make it appear as a “country of terrorists and terrorist camps, and a threat to regional security” by placing guns and explosive inside a Salafi mosque.
#BalkanInsider #BiH #Hrvatska
Thought provoking last question of the @HASCDemocrats from @RepKatieHill:
"What has the US been doing right or wrong in the #Balkans?' What risks still exist and what more should be done?" (2:11)
From @RepKatieHill (2:10) about #Russian interference during negotiations between @tsipras_eu / @Zoran_Zaev.
Wheelbarger: "Saw information operations...attempting to sow discord... heard from #NorthMacedonia that...efforts to undermine @NATO actually worked against them."
Senior @HASCRepublicans member @RepMikeTurner uses final question (58:17) to remind about #Dayton: Peace Accords: #ThrowbackThursdays
"#Bosnia has continued to lose our focus because people don't think there's a risk...General, is there a risk there?"