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Turkish Defense Minister in SarajevoJulian Nitzsche

Turkish Defense Minister in Sarajevo

“Turkey and Bosnia and Herzegovina agreed to enhance cooperation in the field of defense, Turkey’s Defense Minister Nurettin Canikli said on Wednesday. Canikli’s remarks came during his official visit to Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital Sarajevo. Speaking to reporters after meeting his Bosnian counterpart Marina Pendes, Canikli described Bosnia […]

Saudi Arabia Donates $2 Million to BiH for Ammunition and Weapons StorageJulian Nitzsche

Saudi Arabia Donates $2 Million to BiH for Ammunition and Weapons Storage

“The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has donated US $ 2 million to the Ministry of Defense and the Armed Forces of BiH within the project “EXPLODE +” for the purpose of providing ammunition and weapons storage in our country. This donation will ensure the completion of infrastructure improvements […]

Agrokor Settlement Reached – Russian Banks to Own 46% of the CompanyPhoto: N1

Agrokor Settlement Reached – Russian Banks to Own 46% of the Company

“Deputy emergency manager in the Agrokor company Irena Weber talked on Thursday about the next steps in the process of restructuring of the indebted company, after the debt-for-equity settlement deal was passed in a creditors’ vote at the Zagreb Commercial Court yesterday. ‘The settlement passed yesterday with a very […]

Croatian Prime Minister to Attend Sofia Event to Boost Ties with China

Croatian Prime Minister to Attend Sofia Event to Boost Ties with China

“The leaders of Central and Eastern European countries (CEE) will attend the seventh 16+1 summit in Sofia on Saturday aimed at expanding their cooperation with China. Croatian Prime Minister, Andrej Plenkovic, is expected to use the occasion to strengthen the country’s relations with one of the world’s largest […]

Six Months In – Croatia Posts Record TourismPhoto: Vogue.com/Alamy

Six Months In – Croatia Posts Record Tourism

“According to data from the eVisitor system, which measures tourism traffic in Croatia, from 1 January – 30 June 2018 a total of 6.4 million tourists visited Croatia, which is growth of 12% from the same period last year. Overnight stays, a key measure in tourism, were up […]

Trump Nominates US Chargé d’Affaires in Turkey for Ambassador to KosovoUS Embassy Kosovo

Trump Nominates US Chargé d’Affaires in Turkey for Ambassador to Kosovo

“Philip S. Kosnett, the current Chargé d’Affaires ad interim at the United States Embassy in Ankara, has been nominated by U.S. President Donald Trump for ambassador to the Republic of Kosovo, according to a readout published late Thursday. ‘Over the course of his Foreign Service career, he served […]

Kosovo and Serbia Police Met Over Ivanovic Assassination

Kosovo and Serbia Police Met Over Ivanovic Assassination

“With a day’s delay, the EU Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo has released, via its Facebook page, a photo of unprecedented opportunity so far for the public: Kosovo and Serbian police at the same table discussing the investigation into the murder of Oliver Ivanovic. A brief description, […]

US Vice President Mike Pence Spoke to MacedonianPrime Minister Zoran ZaevPhoto: Alkis Konstantinidis / Reuters

US Vice President Mike Pence Spoke to MacedonianPrime Minister Zoran Zaev

“Vice President Mike Pence spoke with Prime Minister Zoran Zaev of the Republic of Macedonia to congratulate him on the historic agreement with Greece to resolve the long-standing name issue between the two countries. He welcomed the positive decision by the European Council on a path to open […]

Macedonian Parliament Ratifies Name Deal for Second TimePhoto: AP/Boris Grdanoski

Macedonian Parliament Ratifies Name Deal for Second Time

“Macedonia’s parliament has voted for a second time to ratify an agreement with Greece to change the former Yugoslav republic’s name, after the president temporarily blocked the deal. A total of 69 Macedonian lawmakers in the 120-strong parliament on July 5 approved the accord to rename the country […]

Macedonia Jails Seven Over Attack on Member of ParliamentPhoto: Mirror/EPA

Macedonia Jails Seven Over Attack on Member of Parliament

“A Macedonian court on Thursday jailed seven men for the attempted murder of an MP during an attack on parliament last year. On April 27, 2017 some 100 nationalists, many of them masked, stormed the assembly in Skopje to protest against the choice of a new parliamentary speaker, […]