Growing number of migrants from BiH and Croatia go to Germany
The German Federal Bureau of Migration (BamF) has released a new report on immigration and emigration from these countries during 2016 and 2017. According to the data, 50,122 persons from Bosnia and Herzegovina emigrated to Germany – 24,010 in 2016 and 26,112 persons in 2017. In Croatia, the situation the number is even bigger with 110,526 Croats […]READ MORE
Serbia cannot join the EU without recognising Kosovo
Without recognising Kosovo, Serbia 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 […]READ MORE
A long-lasting solution or a recipe for chaos?
The partition of Kosovo has become a hot topic throughout the summer, with shifting views towards the issue making headlines every day both in the region and internationally. Kosovo is eager to come up with a final agreement, as it would enable it to get a seat at the UN and open a path to […]READ MORE
Bosnian PM Zvizdić meets Merkel
At the invitation of Chancellor Angela Merkel, Denis Zvizdić, the President of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina, made an official visit to Germany today. Zvizdić and Merkel discussed the improvement in bilateral relations, BiH’s path to join the EU and NATO, cooperation in the Western Balkans and current international issues. What Merkel said […]READ MORE