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U.S. forces on rotation in Bulgaria wrapped up counterinsurgency training that included troops from Serbia, one of Moscow's closest friends in Europe.
Exercise Platinum Lion began July 30 and marks the first large-scale exercise the 1st Cavalry's 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team has conducted in southeast Europe on their deployment.
He added that Kosovo would surely be debated in the council in the future, Beta agency reported.
Commenting on the decision by the United Kingdom, which holds the presidency of the UN Security Council in August, not to discuss Kosovo in August, Djuric described the decision as a diplomatic mobilization of those supporting Kosovo's independence.
No Name Kitchen, NNK, an NGO that helps migrants and refugees in Bosnia and Herzegovina, on Wednesday on social networks accused Croatian police of beating a migrant and documented the claim with a photograph of his injured back.
It said its volunteers were dining on Tuesday in the town of Velika Kladusa when the man arrived and asked them to check his injuries.
The minister added that it "turned out there was no need to immediately ban plastic bags, since charging them in big retail chains is producing good results."
Asked whether plastic bags would in fact be banned, Trivan said this was the goal that is being "moved toward," and noted that 30 countries have done it so far.