News archive of July 2018
According to the daily Vecernje Novosti, London has made such a decision "because it believes that the situation in Kosovo is good and there is no need for it."
Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic says this turn of events was expected, and that the UK is "obviously not interested in the Serbian position."
"To us, this is a clear message," Dacic told the Belgrade newspaper.
A group of opposition deputies has drafted new legislation to combat money-laundering after the parliamentary majority voted last Thursday to pass a fiscal reform package which has sparked criticism, particularly from Moldova's Western partners and donors, for loopholes that could allow the legalisation of criminally-acquired funds.
The "No convicts in public offices" campaign has gathered, until now, 450,000 signatures and will continue in the next two weeks with a caravan that will cross 12 counties in order to reach the target of 500,000 signatures, said the Save Romania Union (USR) Chairman, deputy Dan Barna.
An alleged neo-Nazi was acquitted by a German court Tuesday for a bombing 18 years ago targeting Jewish immigrants, in what angry victims' advocates called a historic "legal mistake".