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Moscow Wants Speedy Clarification on Humanitarian Center in Nis

Moscow Wants Speedy Clarification on Humanitarian Center in Nis

“Aleksandr Chepurin (Russian Ambassador to Serbia) has stressed the need to, due to the scope of work, resolve the status of the Russian-Serbian Humanitarian Center (RSHC) as soon as possible. Chepurin, Russia’s ambassador in Belgrade, said this during a meeting with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, the president’s press service […]

Kosovo Serb Judges Stand Up Kosovo PM ThaciPhoto: European Western Balkans

Kosovo Serb Judges Stand Up Kosovo PM Thaci

“Serbian judges and prosecutors did not show up at the oath in the office of Kosovo’s Prime Minister Hashim Thaci. Their appointment did not happen, because it’s ‘forbidden by the Republic of Serbia with the intention not to allow integration in the judicial system of Kosovo,’ which has […]

Turks Interested in Montenegro Airports

Turks Interested in Montenegro Airports

“Turkish company TAV is familiar with the plans of the Government of Montenegro to modernize its airports and is interested in entering Montenegro. There is a meeting in Skopje with the Minister of Transport and Maritime Affairs Osman Nurković and representatives of TAV. As announced by the Government, […]

MoU Signed on Cooperation and Competitiveness Signed at Summit100Facebook / Summit 100

MoU Signed on Cooperation and Competitiveness Signed at Summit100

A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed at the Summit100 conference in Skopje on business cooperation and the promotion of competitiveness in the Western Balkan states. Republika reports that, “The regional platform Summit100 and the Western Balkans Chambers Investment Forum (WB6CIF) signed a memorandum of cooperation thus committing […]

Slovenian Tech Industry Creates Ties to Moscow

Slovenian Tech Industry Creates Ties to Moscow

“Representatives of four Slovenian technological companies and the Ljubljana Faculty of Computer and Information Science are visiting the Skolkovo Innovation Centre and the Internet Initiatives Development Fund in Moscow on Monday and Tuesday to forge new business ties and cooperation. According to the Slovenian SPIRT agency, which organizes […]

Ahead of EU Presidency, Bulgaria Pushes for Balkan Neighbors

Ahead of EU Presidency, Bulgaria Pushes for Balkan Neighbors

“The European Union’s poorest member is seeking to offer a clearer path toward membership for the western Balkans to prevent a return to the instability that ravaged the continent’s most volatile region two decades ago. Bulgaria, which will assume the EU’s six-month rotating presidency in January, is pushing […]

Shell Sets Eyes on Bosnia

Shell Sets Eyes on Bosnia

Shell hopes to restart a working relationship with Bosnian Federation authorities. The Dutch multinational energy conglomerate hopes to explore for oil and gas fields in Bosnia. Shell executives are set to arrive in Sarajevo on October 23rd. In 2015, Shell had pursued similar geological testing. (Translated from Dnevni […]

Cannabis ‘Green Rush’ in Slovenia

Cannabis ‘Green Rush’ in Slovenia

Australian-Israeli MGC Pharma says “it has received positive results from its substantial cannabis planting” in Slovenia. This summer’s crop yield was over 8,800 pounds. MGC is also developing a partnership with University of Ljubljana to research cannabis genetics. (Business News Western Australia)

Slovenian Tech Delegation in Russia

Slovenian Tech Delegation in Russia

Four Slovenian technology companies have joined the Ljubljana Faculty of Computer and Information Science for a multi-day trip to Moscow. The delegation is visiting the Skolkovo Innovation Center in Monday and hopes to deepen cooperation business ties. (Translated from Si21).

EU Minister Recommit to Bosnia…with strings attached

EU Minister Recommit to Bosnia…with strings attached

“Meeting in Luxembourg, European Union foreign ministers have reiterated the bloc’s commitment to Bosnia-Herzegovina’s EU perspective as a single, united, and sovereign country. In a document adopted at an EU Foreign Affairs Council meeting on October 16, the ministers deplored that “a divisive rhetoric rooted in the past […]