2 December 2020
  • 10:36 Teleworking is an opportunity for Slovenia’s companies in foreign markets
  • 10:14 Hot topics: Montenegro’s economy hit hardest by the health crisis; Serbia to get new government
  • 10:50 Great minds of Western Balkans
  • 13:24 NLB is the First Bank in Slovenia to Sign the Global UN Principles for Responsible Banking
  • 10:53 EBRD’s chief economist to speak at the export conference in Ljubljana

At the session of the Council for Demographic Revitalisation, Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović drew attention to the importance of having a synergy and coordination of all organs and parts of society in solving demographic problems in Croatia.

President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko is visiting Belgrade, and Minister of European Integration Jadranka Joksimović has welcomed him at the airport.

The Montenegrin authorities have announced they will join Serbia and Kosovo in supporting the establishment of the RECOM – a fact-finding commission on wars in the Balkans in the 1990s. In May, the Coalition for RECOM presented its action plan stating that the Balkan truth commission should be established by 2021 and begin its work on 16 April 2022. Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Slovenia must sign up by 10 July 2019.

Austria today started the EU Presidency and promised a clear European perspective for the countries of the Balkan region, including Kosovo. Meanwhile, European affairs experts argue it will take a long time for Kosovo’s integration in the EU because of its corruption problems as well as a number of open issues with neighbouring countries.

Adriatic Journal

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