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Berisha Rallies Support to Regain Albanian Opposition Leadership
Waving goodbye: Albanian Greens Helpless as Sea Devours Precious Beach
Albania’s Rama Dismisses ‘False Alarms’ Over Media Freedom
"Albania and Kosovo to have joint embassies in Africa and Asia"
US Names Wartime Serbia-Kosovo Negotiator as Belgrade Ambassador
US President Joe Biden has nominated retired diplomat Christopher Hill, a veteran of American involvement in the Balkans in the 1990s war years, as his country's new ambassador to Belgrade, the White House announced on Friday.
Hill, whose appointment must be confirmed by the US Senate, has previously been an ambassador in Albania, North Macedonia, Poland, South Korea and Iraq.
Fear and uncertainty among Serbs; United States: "We are worried"
At least 10 Serbs were injured during the police operation, two of whom were detained for hospital treatment. Sreko Sofronijevi was shot in the back and operated on. His condition is stable and he is in intensive care. Kosovo police point out that the action is directed against the alleged smuggling of goods.
Rights Groups Urge Albania to Cancel ‘Media and Info Agency’
Serbia's response to "unification of Albania and Kosovo"
Bulgaria and N. Macedonia at Loggerheads Again but Hope doesn't' Die
A no-confidence vote in the Romanian parliament overthrew the government of Prime Minister Florin Katsu, which took power in December 2020. The decision of the Social Democratic Party was supported by 281 MPs. The crisis in Romania began in September, when the coalition partner of the National Liberals - the USR-PLUS Alliance, stepped down from government.
Western Balkans' EU Bid Put into Question
EU summit in Brdo on strategic sovereignty and relations with W Balkans
Ljubljana/Brussels – EU leaders will gather in Brdo pri Kranju on Tuesday for a strategic debate on the EU’s international role in the light of developments in Afghanistan, the AUKUS security partnership and relations with China. On Wednesday, the Slovenian EU presidency will host an EU-Western Balkans summit, but no significant developments are expected.
Femicide in Montenegro Sparks Outcry Over Official Negligence
Resorts or Refugee Camps: Fleeing Afghans Get Mixed Reception in Balkans
Serbia’s Threat to Balkan Security Requires Coordinated Response
What remains unclear is what can be done about it.
Joint declaration denouncing Serbia's irredentist aims
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic (C), Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama (L) and North Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev (R) shake hands after the press conference. Photo: EPA-EFE/ANDREJ CUKIC.