"The weakening and slowing down of the EU enlargement process in the Western Balkans opens up space for countries like Russia, and not only for them, but in different ways for both China and Turkey, and even for the Arab Emirates - the space for certain political and economic, and I would say religious activities," Vejvoda said.
The first electric buses in Sofia will be launched on the lines of the public transport today, announced Sofia Municipality.
Vehicles meet the Euro 6 standard. They will be presented to journalists at 12.00 am in the parking lot of Arena Armeec by Yordanka Fandakova, Mayor of Sofia, and China Ambassador Zhang Haizhou.
A Canadian court granted bail on Tuesday to a top Chinese telecom company executive wanted in the United States in a case that has rattled relations between China and the North American allies.
Tensions between the U.S. and China shifted to another course from tariffs. Last week, the Canadian police arrested Meng Wanzhou, Huawei's chief financial officer and daughter of the firm's founder, upon the demand of the U.S.
After the Kosovo government session on Tuesday, he said that Pristina had identified new possible measures against Serbia, but would only introduce them "if Serbia continues pressure and aggressive actions towards Kosovo," N1 reported.
Haradinaj also accused EU High Representative Federica Mogerini of "destroying the (Belgrade-Pristina) dialogue."
And this has proven to be "a very good commercial move."
Mihailo Vesovic, an adviser to the president of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce, said this, and added that Chinese companies will support Serbian firms when they digitize part of their production or move over completely to "industry 4.0, digitization."
At a press conference after his meeting with Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic in Bratislava on Tuesday, Pellegrini "stressed that his country continues to strongly support the territorial integrity of Serbia, and is not changing its stance on the unilaterally declared independence of Kosovo," Tanjug is reporting.
Pellegrini, who had invited Brnabic to visit Bratislava, organized a ceremonial welcome in front of the building of the Slovakian government, the Serbian government announced.
After that, a tête-à-tête meeting of the two prime ministers was held, as well as a working lunch, organized by Pellegrini in honor of Brnabic.
Maas also warned about the danger of further escalation of tensions.
Speaking in Paris at a meeting on curbing the spread of small arms from the Balkans, he said he also regretted the withdrawal of Serb representatives from institutions in northern Kosovo, Tanjug reported on Tuesday, citing Reuters.