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Greek Defense Minister Panos Kammenos on Tuesday predicted that the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) will fail to push through a name deal with Greece, while suggesting an alternative plan which, as he said, will serve the same geostrategic objectives as the Prespes accord without touching upon the name dispute between the two Balkan neighbors.
The Interior Ministry (MUP) announced this on Tuesday morning.
A press release said that the pile-ups happened in both directions of the highway at around 07:20 hours CET, involving multiple vehicles - more than 40 have been damaged, some completely.
B92.net has learned that 37 people have been injured, while the police put the number at between 35 and 40.
This has been stated by representatives of EU's foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini, according to Pristina-based Albanian language daily Koha.
They are further quoted as saying that a legally binding agreement between Belgrade and Pristina on the normalization of relations "must guarantee a viable solution that is in line with international laws."
Dacic assessed that this was proof that Western powers are keeping the two former leaders of the KLA ("Kosovo Liberation Army") "in the game."
Dacic told Radio Television Serbia (RTS) that he had information from Sheveningen about "prison cells being urgently freed up" - but that he did not believe that Thaci and Haradinaj would be arrested.
Jevtic and all other members of the Kosovo government from the Serb List submitted their resignations back in March, after the arrest of Office for Kosovo and Metohija chief Marko Djuric, and have not taken part in any of its sessions since.
The website states that the return of ministers from Serb List was influenced by a German delegation currently visiting Pristina.
TIRANA, October 4 /ATA / – Albanian Telegraphic Agency (ATA) and the Serbian Tanjug News Agency organized Wednesday in Tirana the international conference “Serbs and Albanians – Which Way Further?” in Tirana.
Serbia's state-run Telekom Srbija has made an offer to acquire Telekom Albania as it looks to expand in the Balkans, the Belgrade-based Vecernje Novosti reported on Monday, citing sources.
Telekom Albania has a 39 percent market share in Albania's telecommunications sector and is 99.79 percent owned by Greece's OTE.