“The Croatian capital could soon have direct flights to the capital of South Korea. The Korean airline, Jin Air, plans to expand its operations in Europe and one of the new destinations for 2019 is Zagreb, Dubrovnik Times writes. ‘In 2020, Jin Air plans to operate 52 domestic and international routes. In particular, plans have been made to introduce Budapest and Zagreb in 2019, and Bucharest and Belgrade in 2020,’ commented a representative of the Korean airline.” (Novinite)
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Soon after Crimean officials visited with members of the Serbian far-right Dveri party and Vojislav Seselj’s party, @NATO Secretary-General Deputy @JamesAppathurai is calling for #Serbia to be more open about its relationship with the West
#Balkan States Boycott #Handke's Nobel Prize Award.
#Croatian Presidential Election Heating Up.
#Slovenian PM @sarecmarjan Visits Troops in #BiH, #Kosovo.
Experience the #Balkans by experiencing its nature:
The #Prokletije mountains, or Albanian Alps, run along the border of #Macedonia, #Albania and into #Kosovo, making up one of the regions most beautiful scenes.
Fallout of @avucic Denying Racak Massacre Happened.
N. #Macedonia Won't Ratify NATO Protocol Early.
@NobelPrize Winner, Peter Handke, Won't Address His Views on Srebrenica.
#Slovenia is known for their amazing castles littered throughout the country. While Bled Castle (pictured first) is often the first thought, Predjama Castle, built within the mouth of a cave, rivals its beauty.