“Croatian political elite have officially declared that they will do everything for the euro to become the official currency in Croatia. Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic launched a public debate on the euro with the Governor of the Cengral Bank Boris Vujic in a packed hall in front of representatives of executive and legislative authorities, academics, entrepreneurs, political leaders, and part of the trade union.” (translated from Vecernji List)
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Before #Podgorica became the capital of #Montenegro, #Cetinje stood as the capital, starting in 1878.
While it may not be the political center anymore, the culture and history left behind gives tourists a glimpse of the past.
Alleged #Russian GRU Officer Filmed Handing Bags to #Serbian Government Officials.
#Serbia's @avucic Hospitalized On Friday for Cardiovascular Issues.
#Croatian Presidential Elections Set for December 22nd.
Calling all England fans travelling to Pristina for the #KOSENG match on Sunday! A warm welcome awaits you in Kosovo, a country famous for its hospitality and friendly people. Have fun, make friends and enjoy the great food, sights and the football.
#Serbia’s @avucic was admitted to the hospital today for a cardiovascular problem. His condition is labeled as stable.
#RIP @TheAcademy award winning Branko Lustig from #Croatia.
Today, we remember producer Branko Lustig (left), a Holocaust survivor and two-time Best Picture winner for "Schindler's List" and "Gladiator." He will be greatly missed.