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Romanian Police 'Find Migrants' in Bulgarian Truck

Romanian police have found ten migrants hiding in a Bulgarian-plated truck en route to Germany, a Serbian newspaper says.

The vehicle's declared cargo was paper.

Nine Syrians and an Iraqi national allegedly paid EUR 4000 each to arrive in Germany, according to Belgrade-based newspaper Danas.

There were two children among those detained.

 

NATO: Kosovo's army is "internal matter"

NATO is not the one to decide on the structure, mandate and mission of the Kosovo Security Force (KSF), an unnamed NATO source has been quoted by a daily.

"The future of the KSF is an internal matter of the local Kosovo institutions," the Belgrade-based newspaper Danas said it learned "unofficially" from the western military alliance.

Germany Tells Montenegrins to Stay at Home

The German ambassador in Montenegro, Gudrun Steinacker, on Monday said Montenegrin citizens planning to live and work in Germany illegally will "certainly fail to succeed".

She said it was difficult to obtain accurate data on the number of citizens from the north of Montenegro who had gone to Germany to find jobs but noted that "a few thousand people are being mentioned in public.

Serbian Leader Plans Historic Visit to Albania

Serbia's Prime Minister says he intends to visit Albania to improve regional relations, frayed by the recent violence in Kumanovo, Macedonia.

"For each of our countries it is important to invest in peace and stability in the region, so that what happened in Kumanovo does not happen again," Vucic said in Sarajevo, where he is participating in a business forum.

Serbian Officials Row Over President's Diverted Plane

Oliver Antic, the advisor to Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic, has rejected claims made in an official report that the plane due to take Nikolic to Rome on April 17 had to return to Belgrade because "coffee was spilled in the cockpit".

Antic on Wednesday instead laid the blame for the incident on Zorana Mihajlovic, the Serbian Transport Minister.

"EU should openly say what it wants from us"

"EU should openly say what it wants from us"

BELGRADE -- The European Union is "not yet sure what to do with itself, or what it would do with us," Serbia's Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic has been quoted as saying.

In an interview for the Belgrade-based newspaper Danas, he stated that the EU should "clearly say what it wants from Serbia."

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