22 January 2021
  • 12:56 Advent, Zagreb and 2020
  • 09:51 The Adriatic Journal 2021 – Digital world anchors in reality
  • 09:28 Looking back on 2020
  • 09:49 China entering the Western Balkans: the long-term perspective
  • 10:36 Teleworking is an opportunity for Slovenia’s companies in foreign markets

Without recognising KosovoSerbia cannot join the EU, says a member of Angela Merkel’s party. According to the Bundestag deputy and CDU member Peter Bayer, Kosovo is de facto independent and Serbia should recognize it. Otherwise, Serbia will not be able to join the EU, Bayer said during a visit to Belgrade, the Deutsche Welle reported. He said Germany was against the ideas of border correction and the carving-up of territory. The Serbian media described these comments as a “cold shower for Belgrade”, noting that it was the first time that a German official had named the recognition of Kosovo as a precondition for Serbia’s accession to the EU.

Đukanović: We will create an environment in which investors will come: Montenegrin President Milo Đukanović stood out among global leaders at the World Economic Forum in Geneva, where investment in the new era of globalization was at the forefront of discussions. Đukanović said his country would seek to create an environment in which both foreign investment and free trade could be developed, and the objectives of sustainable development could be realized.

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