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Natalija Trivic, Republika Srpska's Minister of Education and Culture, confirmed on Friday that 19-year-old Slavko Mrsevic, who has autism, may attend graduate classes with his peers after he was initially barred from attending high school.
Bulgaria will financially support 9 Western Balkan countries and the Eastern Partnership by providing grants of BGN 3 485 028 million for the implementation of projects for the development of education, science, culture, social integration and civil society.
This was announced by the press center of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Bosnia and Herzegovina's revised Strategy for War Crimes Processing, which was approved in February last year by the country's judicial overseer, the High Judicial and Prosecutorial Council, has not even made it onto the agenda of the Council of Ministers, the executive branch of the state government, BIRN has learned.
This was published by Pristina-based Koha.
"Haradinaj has, according to the valid rules, constitutional powers and law, so far addressed all issues on the agenda and will continue to deal with all issues related to the agenda," Doneta Gashi, Haradinaj political adviser, told the newspaper.
Dimitrova said that Bulgaria is one of the countries with a serious demographic problem.
In the current year, 60,000 less children are expected to be born at the national level, which represents a new negative demographic record for Bulgaria.
In the period from January 1 to December 1, 2017, 58,000 children were born, and 53,543 in 2018.
For the fourth Saturday in the row, anti-government protesters gathered in the Serbian capital Belgrade to raise their voice against political violence, thus demanding resignations of officials as well.
Columns of people marched near or past most of the major institutions, including parliament, government buildings, but also the public broadcaster, RTS.
A Human Rights Watch report published on Tuesday alleged that Croatian border police have been threatening, beating, insulting and extorting money and valuables from migrants and refugees, and pushing them back into Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Croatia has denied the allegations against the police, according to the report.