“Top officials of Iran and Slovenia called for strengthening relations in the area of economy between their countries. The call was made during a meeting between Iran’s Ambassador to Slovenia Kazem Shafei and Slovenia’s General Manager of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Sonja Smuc. The two officials, during the meeting, held talks on bilateral relations and the development of cooperation in economy. Smuc highlighted the strong relations between Slovenia and Iran, underlining the stance of the Slovenian chamber on boosting trade.” (MENA FN)
Recap of @BillClinton, @madeleine , @GeneralClark in #Pristina for End of #Kosovo War Anniversary
@SenateForeign Hearing on N. #Macedonia's @NATO Accession, Given Boost by #EU Officials
#Serbian Foreign Affairs Committee Member in #Iran
From @AxiosWorld citing @nytimes...Kotor #Montenegro increasingly an "alternative" to Dubrovnik #Croatia.
President @BillClinton: “I want every single young person in this country to have an equal opportunity to decide to stay here, to work here, to raise a family here, to make money here, to build a business here, to build a future here.”
Albania's PM Edi Rama on Brexit Britain:
“Deal, no deal, soft border, hard border, no agreement. It’s the Balkans! It’s like the Bosnian parliament. While we are trying to Europeanise, it looks like they are Balkanising.”