1 June 2020
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President of Slovenia Borut Pahor announced he will officially inform the National Assembly on Monday that he will not nominate a candidate for a prime minister after a 30-day deadline has passed for the leading party  to put together a coalition.  Janez Janša’s SDS won the most votes in June elections but  lacks the necessary majority to form the government.

Kosovo’s Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj voiced his strong opposition to the statement by the US ambassador to Kosovo, Greg Delawie, suggesting that Kosovo and Serbia should decide on the possible division of Kosovo. Haradinaj said that “the division means war,” Tanjug reports. Following Haradinaj’s remarks, the Delawie denied making such suggestions, calling the reports “fake news”.

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