News archive of March 2022

Kosovo Promises to Probe Alleged Theft From Restored Castle

Kosovo's Ministry of Culture has pledged to investigate claims made in a scientific paper published in Serbia at the end of 2021 that archaeological items were stolen from the medieval castle of Novoberde/Novo Brdo in Kosovo during its restoration in 2015 and 2016 by a company from Belgrade.

Vučić in Belgrade: "We've changed the image of Serbia; No going back to the past"

SC Vodovac was fully packed half an hour before the start of the address.
Vui first thanked the citizens who supported his candidacy, and partners from the SPS, the Alliance of Vojvodina Hungarians, numerous associations and hundreds of thousands of people from Serbia and the entire region.

Montenegrin Deputy PM’s Push to Penalize ‘Fake News’ Condemned

Montenegrin Deputy Prime Minister Dritan Abazovic at a press conference. Photo: Government of Montenegro

On March 2, the leader of Black on White, the smallest bloc in the former ruling coalition, was proposed as prime minister-designate after he announced the formation of a new minority government.

Montenegro Govt Criticized for Again Delaying Russia Sanctions

Montenegrin Government session in Podgorica. Photo: Government of Montenegro

An MP for the largest opposition party, the former ruling Democratic Party of Socialists, DPS, Milos Nikolic, accused the government of ruining the country's reputation.

Ankara Backs Turkish Complaints About North Macedonia Census Result

Turkey said on Thursday that it supports the legitimate demands of the Turks in North Macedonia for a just and transparent census, following claims by a local ethnic Turkish association that the number of Turks recorded in the recent census is unrealistically low.

Putin: "It should be clarified to Germany"

After the talks, Putin gave an order to his assistant for economic issues, Maxim Oreshkin, to contact the German side, in order to clarify the mechanism for paying for gas in rubles, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov announced today.

Mariupol to be annexed to Donetsk

This is stated in the decree published on the website of the leader of the Republic.
"I consider creating a local administration of the Donetsk People's Republic - the administration of the city of Mariupol," the document reads.
The decree is dated March 31.
Pushilin previously spoke about the situation in Mariupol.

Kosovo Opposition Party Criticises PM Kurti Over Serbs’ Vote

After Kosovo's Prime Minister Albin Kurti seemed to dismiss the possibility of Serbs voting in Kosovo for presidential and parliamentary elections in Serbia this Sunday, an opposition party said the move will prove harmful for the country.