14 December 2019
  • 09:42 The essence of fashion is to be worn
  • 09:29 Hot topics: Slovenian government passes budget for next 2 years; Kurti secures majority to form government; Over 20,000 teachers go on strike in Zagreb; Montenegro and Italy switch on undersea power cable
  • 09:12 EU membership is a distancing target
  • 14:31 Top events in December
  • 10:29 Top events in November

Vučić and Plenković meet in Davos

After meeting with the Croatian prime minister Andrej Plenković, Serbian president Aleksandar Vučić said today in Davos that Croatia and Serbia need to improve mutual relations if they want to survive and that the whole region must stop thinking about the past and face the future instead. “I’m not happy about political relations in the […]

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Bosnian elections unlikely to settle political crisis

The results of the eighth general elections that were held in Bosnia and Herzegovina on Sunday are unlikely to ease the country’s political crisis. Milorad Dodik, a Bosnian Serb hardliner, has won a seat in the three-member presidency alongside Sefik Dzaferović and Željko Komšić. Dodik has already said his priority will be Serbs and Republika Srpska […]

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Bosnian upcoming elections plagued by irregularities

In the run-up to the general election which is due to take place in Bosnia and Herzegovina on Sunday, the campaigns have been marred by accusations of possible voter fraud, outside interference, as well as insults and hate speeches by opposing sides. Candidates from Serb, Croat and Bosniak sides have all been found by Transparency […]

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Nominee for governor of the Bank of Slovenia faces major obstacles

Slovenian and Croatian Prime Ministers Marjan Šarec and Andrej Plenković met for the first time on Wednesday at a summit of EU leaders in Salzburg. Both told reporters it was not a bilateral meeting as such, but that they only met on the sidelines of the summit. “We introduced ourselves to each other, as good neighbours […]

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Brussells approves visa liberalisation for Kosovo

With 30 votes in favour, 10 votes against and two abstains, the European Parliament’s Committee for Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, LIBE, has voted overwhelmingly for liberalisation of visas for citizens of Kosovo. In order for the visa-free regime to take place, the recommendation also needs to receive the green light by other instances of […]

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