6 June 2020
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Today, the President of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Denis Zvizdić,  presented the results of the meetings that took place last week in Sofia, London and Brussels, saying they were very successful. “The focus of the EU is still tied to the Western Balkans,” Zvizdić said. “How fast we will progress depends on us. The EU’s door remains open for BiH.” 

Russia is ready to do anything to destabilise the Balkans, according to a meeting of the British Foreign Affairs Committee, Serbia’s daily Blic reports. The committee met wihin the framework of the recent Western Balkans summit held in London. In its report, the committee notes the EU neglected the Balkans in the last 10 years, which has been exploited by other countries, including Russia, China, and Turkey.

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