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Leaders in Bosnia, Bulgaria, Kosovo and Serbia on Friday warmly congratulated British Conservative Party leader Boris Jonson on his striking victory in the UK parliamentary elections. Johnson, who took power in July after toppling a minority government led by Theresa May, called the election on a pledge to "get Brexit done" if he won a majority.
Bosnians, at home and among the diaspora communities in the US, Europe, and Australia, are in fact affecting change outside the political process by investing in the country's grassroots economic, cultural, civil society, and educational development. These commendable efforts will take time to develop and mature.
The Cantonal Assembly unanimously adopted the declaration, filed by Democratic Action Party (SDA).
This declaration strongly condemns the award of the Nobel Prize for Literature to "the Srebrenica genocide denier", as they put it.
North Macedonia's President Stevo Pendarovski is on a two-day official visit to our country. In front of the Palace of Serbia, he was greeted by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, with national honors, a guard and the intonation of the anthems of Serbia and North Macedonia.