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Pakistan Urges Stronger Cooperation With Bosnia

Pakistan Urges Stronger Cooperation With Bosnia

“Federal Minister for Industries & Production Ghulam Murtaza Khan Jatoi on Monday stressed the need for enhancing bilateral trade and investment relation between Pakistan and Bosnia for economic development and prosperity of both the countries Talking to Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina , who called on Federal Minister here, the […]

PM Plenkovic Presses Vucic on ReparationsPhoto: Office of the Prime Minister of Croatia

PM Plenkovic Presses Vucic on Reparations

“As part of his two-day visit, Serbian President Aleksandar Vučić was received by the Croatian Prime Minister in Banski Dvori today. In the days leading up to the Serbian President’s visit to Zagreb only Prime Minister Andrej Plenković made a point of emphasizing that this was an opportune moment to […]

US Amb. Kohorst – Sale of Croatian INA to Russian Company is a MistakePhoto: Time Out

US Amb. Kohorst – Sale of Croatian INA to Russian Company is a Mistake

“The United States Ambassador to Croatia Robert Kohorst said on Monday that the sale of oil and gas company INA [ZSE:INA] to a Russian company would be a mistake, Croatian media reported. The U.S. sees Russia as a disturbing factor in the region and Croatia should do business […]

New Hilton Hotel to Open in Zagreb

New Hilton Hotel to Open in Zagreb

“Hilton and Zagreb City Hotels d.o.o announced today development plans for Canopy by Hilton Zagreb. The project, featuring Hilton’s hotel brand that redefines the lifestyle hotel category, is scheduled to open in late 2018. The property will provide a comfortable stay for guests in search of thoughtfully local […]

State Symbols Dividing, Not Unifying Kosovo?

State Symbols Dividing, Not Unifying Kosovo?

“The symbols of the state, the anthem, the flag and the emblem are, in normal circumstances, symbols that unify and mobilize the citizens of the respective state, but in Kosovo even after ten years of the declaration of its independence, this is not happening, giving the developments in the country. […]

Breakfast in Des Moine, 10th anniversary celebration in Kosovo

Breakfast in Des Moine, 10th anniversary celebration in Kosovo

“Kosovo this week celebrates its 10th anniversary of independence it won with the assistance of the Iowa National Guard, and Maj. General Timothy Orr, the Iowa National Guard’s adjutant general, will be in Kosovo Thursday to help mark the occasion. But first there was business in Iowa. This morning, […]

Erdogan – We Support MacedoniaPhoto: Office of the Presidency of Macedonia

Erdogan – We Support Macedonia

“Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan supported the process of resolving the dispute with Greece at a meeting with Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, who is paying an official visit to Turkey with a government and parliamentary delegation. The President of Turkey assessed that this is good for the Balkans […]

Name Negotiations Resume in ViennaPhoto: Marcin Szala

Name Negotiations Resume in Vienna

“Foreign Minister of the Republic of Macedonia, Nikola Dimitrov, will meet with Foreign Minister of Greece Nikos Kotzias in Vienna today (February 12). Tomorrow, the two ministers will have a joint meeting with the personal envoy of UN Secretary-General Matthew Nimetz. The foreign ministers of Macedonia and Greece, Nikola […]

Montenegrin PM in Kosovo on Wednesday and ThursdayPhoto: Gov.me

Montenegrin PM in Kosovo on Wednesday and Thursday

“Prime Minister Dusko Markovic will visit Kosovo on Wednesday and Thursday, February 14 and 15, the Kosovo government announced today. Director of the Kosovo Public Relations Office, Donita Gashi, said that the complete program of the meeting will be published in a timely manner. Markovic was due to […]

RFE/RL –  Serbia’s Vucic Begins Uneasy But Useful Visit To CroatiaPhoto: Antonio Bronic (Reuters) / RFE/RL

RFE/RL – Serbia’s Vucic Begins Uneasy But Useful Visit To Croatia

“The presidents of Croatia and Serbia have pledged to intensify work on border issues, minority rights, and searching for missing persons from their 1990s war in an effort to improve strained bilateral ties. Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic kicked off an official two-day visit to Croatia — the first […]