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EU answer to W Balkan issues, Pahor tells Munich conference
Pahor hods several bilateral meetings in Munich
As Bosnia Wrestles with Electoral Reform, Croatian President Eyes Votes
More Countries in the Red Zone for Entering Bulgaria (Full List)
Tonin and Wallace talk Ukraine, Western Balkans
Ljubljana – Defence Minister Matej Tonin and his British counterpart Ben Wallace met in Ljubljana on Wednesday to discuss mainly the developments in Ukraine and the situation in the Western Balkans. “A bad peace is better than a good war,” said Tonin, commenting on the former, as Wallace again called on Russia to maintain dialogue.
Would Turkey intervene militarily in Bosnia-Herzegovina? "A main obstacle is Russia"
Unlike in the 1990s, Turkey is now a geopolitically stronger force, intervening in Syria and Libya without anyone's permission, so its potential engagement in Bosnia-Herzegovina is possible.
Ankara already has military bases in Bosnia-Herzegovina and is in a stronger situation than it was in Syria or Libya.
Croatian Minister: The President Embarrassed us in front of Bulgaria and Ukraine
Pahor, Janša stress good relations with neighbours in address to diplomatic corps
Brdo pri Kranju – President Borut Pahor and Prime Minister Janez Janša highlighted Slovenia’s good relations with all of its neighbours as they hosted the annual reception for the diplomatic corps at Brdo pri Kranju on Tuesday, which was attended by some 85 diplomats accredited to Slovenia. Pahor also discussed relations with Russia and China.
Migrants Pay Deadly Price for Europe’s ‘Border Security’
Bulgaria will Donate 250,000 doses of the Pfizer Vaccine to Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bulgaria: From Today Changes in the List of Countries falling into the Red Zone
As of today, 20 January, citizens of the Republic of North Macedonia, Israel, Turkey, and Serbia, and members of their families arriving from a Member State of the European Union (EU), the European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, The Republic of North Macedonia, Israel, Turkey, and Serbia are a