Parliament officially ratified the Paris Climate Accord confirming Montenegro’s fight against climate change. In total, 41 Parliamentarians (all present) voted in support. Sustainable Development and Tourism Minister Pavle Radulovic took the lead and pledged Montenegro would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 1,572 kilotons. He pointed out that President Filip Vujanovic signed the Agreement in New York last April with former UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon. (Photo Courtesy of the UN and translated from VIJESTI).
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Experience the #Balkans by experiencing its nature:
The #Prokletije mountains, or Albanian Alps, run along the border of #Macedonia, #Albania and into #Kosovo, making up one of the regions most beautiful scenes.
Fallout of @avucic Denying Racak Massacre Happened.
N. #Macedonia Won't Ratify NATO Protocol Early.
@NobelPrize Winner, Peter Handke, Won't Address His Views on Srebrenica.
#Slovenia is known for their amazing castles littered throughout the country. While Bled Castle (pictured first) is often the first thought, Predjama Castle, built within the mouth of a cave, rivals its beauty.
Congrats to the newly sworn in @PeaceCorps Volunteers!
Congratulations to the new group of @PeaceCorps Volunteers who had their swearing in ceremony today. Wishing them all the best as they head out to start their important work supporting local communities and organizations in North Macedonia. 3