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"Change the approach towards Serbia; It's not fair..."

In an interview with HINA, Szijjrt stated that Russia is not a threat to any NATO member.
The head of Hungarian diplomacy was in Petrinja yesterday, where he opened a new elementary school, built after the devastating earthquake that hit this Croatian city at the end of 2020, for the construction of which Hungary donated almost 22 million euros.

US F-16 Flyover Rattles Tensions in Bosnia Ahead of Disputed Holiday

Tensions surged in Bosnia and Herzegovina as US F-16 aircraft flew over the nation, displaying solidarity mere hours before the disputed "holiday" in Republika Srpska, a region predominantly inhabited by ethnic Serbs, branded unconstitutional by Sarajevo.

Bulgaria Considers New International Operations Amid Global Climate

Defense Minister Todor Tagarev revealed that Bulgaria is contemplating involvement in fresh overseas operations given the current global situation. While specifics weren't disclosed, recent discussions have revolved around contributing to an international initiative safeguarding shipping in the Red Sea, although deploying a ship isn't an immediate consideration.

Hungary's Orban Urges EU to Halt Ukraine Membership Talks and Funding

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has called on European Union leaders to refrain from making decisions on initiating negotiations for Ukraine's membership and withholding financial aid at next week's summit in Brussels. Orban's plea comes amidst the European Commission's proposal to consider Kyiv's readiness for negotiations, contingent on further obligations by March 2024.

Erdoğan vows 'not to leave an inch of Gaza' to Israel

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has vowed staunch support for Palestinians in Gaza, pledging not to relinquish "a single inch of Gaza's land to Israel" amid the ongoing conflict with militant group Hamas.

This is how Kissinger spoke about Kosovo and Metohija ​

During his rich career, he also spoke a lot about the Western Balkans, judging that Kosovo and Metohija are a "national temple" for Serbs.
Kissinger thus questioned American policy in the Balkans, saying that "there is no clear definition of US interests in the Balkans".
"Europeans should deal with events in their own backyard," Kissinger said, the Guardian recalls.

Borrell informed them: "Progress by the parties is needed"

He said that during the meeting he informed the ministers of foreign affairs of NATO member countries about the state of dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina, and the situation in the Western Balkans.

NATO session scheduled; Western Balkans on the agenda

The focus of the meeting will be the Russian war against Ukraine and the war between Israel and the Palestinian Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
The Secretary General of the Alliance, Jens Stoltenberg, said before the meeting that the heads of diplomacy of the member countries will discuss the possibility of a permanent increase in the number of members of the KFOR mission in Kosovo.

'No peace in Middle East unless Palestinian state is formed'

There will be no peace in the Middle East without the establishment of an independent State of Palestine, the Turkish parliament speaker has said, calling on the international community to take action to this end amid the ongoing Israeli offensive against the civilians in Gaza.

Stoltenberg to visit Belgrade during November 19-22 trip to region

BRUSSELS - NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg will be visiting the Western Balkans from November 19 through 22 and travel to Belgrade on Tuesday, November 21, NATO announced on Friday.

On Sunday, Stoltenberg will go to Bosnia and Herzegovina, where he will have a working dinner with the members of the country's Presidency.

New CHP leader plans visits to Turkish Cyprus, Azerbaijan

The recently elected leader of the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) has outlined his foreign policy agenda, with plans to make his first official visits to Turkish Cyprus and Azerbaijan.

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