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Wesley Clark Wants to See Serbia in NATO

Wesley Clark Wants to See Serbia in NATO

“Retired Commander of NATO forces for Europe, Wesley Clark, hopes that Serbia will look up to Montenegro when it comes to NATO integration. In an interview for Podgorica’s daily “Dnevne novine” Clark said that Montenegro “is the cleanest example of values such as stability, rising above conflicts in […]

Kosovo Local Election ResultsVoA

Kosovo Local Election Results

“It is already clear which municipalities will go to a runoff, and between which parties. The CEC is constantly publishing the results for municipal elections. The Self-Determination Movement took 32.81% while the Democratic League of Kosovo took 28.54% in the capital, Pristina, for assembly. The difference between mayoral […]

Srpska Lista Take 9/10 MunicipalitiesViewKosova

Srpska Lista Take 9/10 Municipalities

“According to the Serb List and the preliminary results, its leader and candidate for mayor of northern Kosovska Mitrovica Goran Rakic has also won convincingly. “There will be a runoff, but in four years,” said Rakic. Serb List representatives told RTV Pink that Rakic won 80 percent of […]

US Embassy Congratulate Kosovo on Local ElectionsShkelzen Rexha

US Embassy Congratulate Kosovo on Local Elections

“The United States Embassy congratulates Kosovo on the successful completion of the first round of municipal elections. We commend the Central Election Commission, the Polling Commissioners, the OSCE and all of the monitoring and observation teams for their hard work. While we are concerned by some reports of […]

Slovenian Presidential Runoff – No Laughing MatterReporter.SI

Slovenian Presidential Runoff – No Laughing Matter

“Slovenian leader Borut Pahor will compete against comedian-turned-mayor Marjan Sarec for the presidency in a runoff despite winning the first round by a wide margin. Pahor won 47 percent, the election commission in the euro-area country of 2 million people said on Sunday. That fell short of the […]

Amb. Koc: Tenfold Trade Increase Between Turkey and

Amb. Koc: Tenfold Trade Increase Between Turkey and BiH

“Turkey’s Ambassador to Sarajevo Haldun Koç has recalled that in 2003, when the first Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Turkey was signed, trade volume stood at $70 million. Now the two countries have reached a $700 million level of trade, in a striking display […]

Pahor Wins*DW

Pahor Wins*

“Slovenia’s President Borut Pahor, a former model and veteran politician known for his use of social media, won the most votes in a presidential election Sunday, but will face a runoff against an ambitious challenger. A near-complete vote count showed Pahor received 47 percent of Sunday’s vote. His […]

Post Presidential Visit, Sberbank Confronts Croatia

Post Presidential Visit, Sberbank Confronts Croatia

Sberbank CEO and Chairman of the Board Herman Oskarovich Gref weighed in on Russian television about the growing Agrokor scandal. Sberbank alleged that Agrokor cooked the books for the last seven years. He continued that actions of the Croatian government thus far affect the rights of creditors.  Last week […]

“Sweet Spot” Off Montenegro?Daily Beast

“Sweet Spot” Off Montenegro?

“Two blocks offshore Montenegro awarded to Greece’s Energean Oil & Gas are estimated to have 1.8 trillion cubic feet of recoverable natural gas reserves, Energean said on Thursday, citing an independent audit. The findings suggest that Montenegro “sits in the ‘sweet spot’ of untapped potential in the eastern […]

Croatian Fishermen Latest Catch in Border DisputePhoto: I Feel Slovenia

Croatian Fishermen Latest Catch in Border Dispute

Three Croatian fishermen from Umag spent the weekend as a political football in a growing international border dispute. Slovenian maritime police questioned the Croatian flagged vessel in the Bay of Piran. One of the fishermen was setting up concrete blocks to enhance his existing shellfish farm. The Croatian […]