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Several years later, he would become the youngest witness to testify at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in the trial of Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic, giving evidence about what his forces did that day in Gjakova/Djakovica.
Kapllani was deeply affected by his meeting with the boy in the Tirana hospital.
Federica Mogherini reminded the European public that support for European integration in the Balkans is enormous, reported NOVA TV.
Prior to the start of the EU summit in Sibiu, EU foreign policy and security chief Federica Mogherini sent a message to the European public about the importance of integrating the Western Balkans into the Union.
Speaking at an event organized by the ruling Serbian Progressive Party in Belgrade on May 4, Serbian Finance Minister Sinisa Mali said that Serbian GDP grew last year by 4.3 per cent.
The minister said this "has put Serbia among the [top] 10 economies of Europe in terms of GDP growth, and means we no longer compete with countries in the region".
Tomorrow morning Pope Francis will travel from Bulgaria to Northern Macedonia. About the moods in Skopje in the expectation of the Holy Father tells Eliana Dimitrova, journalist from the BNT.
Tomorrow at noon at Macedonia Square in Skopje Pope Francis will serve the Holy Mass. About 15,000 people are expected to attend, not only from Macedonia, but from Croatia, Albania, Kosovo.
Zarife Hasanaj. Photo courtesy: Ministry of Defence of Albania
"The incident occurred during a training mission," Bardhyl Kollcaku, a brigade general in the army told the media.
Zarife Hasanaj, 32, was part of a team participating in the Enhanced Forward Presence mission, a major NATO operation in Eastern Europe designed to encounter security threats from Russia.
At the first press conference after the Berlin summit, the Kosovo prime minister assessed that the "Berlin summit stabilized the region" and that the Paris summit in early July would be "a meeting of teams for the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, which will be exclusively dedicated to this process."