Candidates are already jockeying to become the next mayor of Podgorica. With over 187,000 residents, the capital city has nearly a third of Montenegro’s population. The Democratic Front (DF) lost the hotly contested national race last October. Looking for a comeback, the party is discussing Slaven Radunovic and Milan Knezevic as possible candidates. Knezevic has close relations with Israeli strategist Aron Shaviv. (CDM)
(Opinion) The Biden Administration Needs a Point Man for the Balkans by @AkriCipa: "The Biden administration needs to retain the Special Envoy position...Congressman @RepEliotEngel would be the perfect fit for the job."
.@POTUS: “We are committed to helping build a world in which the lessons of the Holocaust are taught and in which all human lives are valued.” #WeRemember https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2021/01/27/statement-by-president-joseph-r-biden-jr-on-international-holocaust-remembrance-day/
"We consider the Washington Agreements still in effect until some change can be possibly made in the future. I expect that we will build on the work that has gone on before." --@USAmbKosovo Kosnett at yesterday's @rtklivecom interview: https://youtu.be/j8JNh7_wLrA
President Biden & Chancellor Merkel discuss W. #Balkans in first conversation.
N. #Macedonia's @Bujar_O, @Dimitrov_Nikola meet with HR @JosepBorrellF & EUSR @MiroslavLajcak.
@albinkurti, 46 others banned from running in Kosovo elections.
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