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Romania will actively participate in debates on specific country recommendations issued by the European Commission, according to a press statement released on Wednesday by the Foreign Ministry (MAE).
"This criminal organization was created not only because of Montenegro, but also because of other areas, and it is clear that a similar situation was being prepared in Serbia, too. What was being prepared for then Montenegrin Prime Minister (Milo Djukanovic) was also planned in Serbia," Milivoje Katnic said in the Higher Court in Podgorica.
Lonely Planet's list of ten "essential destinations in Europe this year" includes Kosovo and Albania's capital Tirana must-see place on the continent.
Lonely Planet's website says says that Kosovo, which is included alongside Emilia-Romagna in Italy, Cantabria in Spain and Friesland in the Netherlands, "somehow stayed below the radar of most travellers".
A means of defense is being sought, Croatian daily Jutarnji List writes.
Namely, Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) is merely on the path of migrants, who, fleeing from their mostly war-affected countries, want to reach the EU. One of their routes goes through BiH, via which they enter Croatia and then Slovenia.
The foreign ministers of eight central European and Balkan EU countries are holding talks in Greece in which prospective bloc members from the Balkans are also represented.
Friday's meetings in a resort south of Athens bring together ministers from the so-called Visegrad Group — Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary — and Greece, Bulgaria, Romania and Croatia.
B92.net has learned unofficially that three persons received serious, but not life-threatening injuries.
The accident happened at around 05:00 hour CET when the bus for unknown reasons swerved into the opposite lane, drove off the road, and then turned over.
The bus belongs to a Kosovo Albanian carrier, and was traveling between Kranj in Slovenia and Pristina.
The prime minister of Macedonia has also urged all those who have the resources to invest in the production of cannabis, "because it is profitable."
He pointed out that "ethics and law in Macedonia" allow the cultivation of cannabis for medical purposes, and that eight licenses have been issued so far, while another "four or five" are under review.
Speaking at the South-East European Cooperation Process (SEECP) Summit in Brdo pri Kranju, Slovenia, on 24thof April, Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said that there is no alternative to the Balkans' EU perspective and that the SEECP remains a leading political format for open and honest discussions on the matters of importance to the region.
Secretary of State for Euro-Atlantic Bilateral and Strategic Affairs with the Romanian Foreign Ministry (MAE) George Ciamba, on Tuesday participated in the summit of South East Europe Co-operation Process (SEECP) heads of government at Brdo-pri-Kranju, Slovenia, organised by Slovenia as holder of the organisation's chairmanship in office.