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European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has warned the United States that there would be "war in the Balkans" if the EU collapses.
The website euractiv.com is reporting this, citing Juncker's exclusive interview to the Financial Times during which he revealed details of his conversation with US Vice President Mike Pence, that took place in Brussels on February 20.
Bosnia's House of Representatives voted on Thursday to dismiss deputy defence minister Sead Jusic, who was accused of breaching the law for agreeing to allow a Bosnian Army presence at January's anniversary celebration of the establishment of Bosnia's Serb-dominated entity Republika Srpska despite a Constitutional Court ban.
SARAJEVO - Stability, peace and security are key to political, social and economic development of the Western Balkan states, and the PMs of our countries have a responsibility to keep them on the European path, Chairman of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Council of Ministers, Denis Zvizdic, said on Thursday.
SARAJEVO - Western Balkan PMs on Thursday began a meeting in Sarajevo as part of preparations for the upcoming 4th Berlin Process Summit in Trieste in July.
The PMs were ceremonially welcomed at the headquarters of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) state institutions by their host, BiH Council of Ministers Chairman Denis Zvizdic.