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Three former High Represenatives to Bosnia, Carl Bildt, Paddy Ashdown, and Christian Schwarz-Schilling, expressed their concern in an open letter to EU Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini on Thursday over Croatian attempts to dispute the legitimacy of the election of Zeljko Komsic as the Bosnian Croat member of the state's tripartite presidency.
Prime Minister Viorica Dancila on Monday participated in Zagreb in the opening of the Summit of the heads of gov't with the member states of the Central European Initiative (CEI), an opportunity to announce that Romania is forthright with its preparations for taking over the rotating presidency of the Council of the EU, a Government press release informs..
Croatia's national football team captain Luka Modric will not be prosecuted for giving false testimony at the trial of the former FC Dinamo chief Zdravko Mamic, the news agency Hina reported on Monday.
"There are not enough grounds for suspicions to raise an indictment against Modric," Kresimir Devcic, a court spokesman, was quoted as saying on Monday.
On his first visit to Croatia in several years, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said he and Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic had agreed on the need to resolve the thorny dispute over ownership of the Croatian energy company INA.
"I came to change this unnatural situation and return our relations to the normal track," Orban told the press conference on Monday.
Prime Minister Viorica Dancila on Monday had a meeting in Zagreb with her Croatian counterpart Andrej Plenkovic, whom she discussed with the economic and commercial relations existing between the two states, but also about Romania preparing to take over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union on January 1, 2019.
He added said that the headline of the Dec. 1 article heard around the region was worlds apart from what he actually said.
I never said anything on creating a regional pact against Serbia. The headline of the article and what I actually said are two completely different things, Hoxhaj told the Montenegrin Antena M TV.
Bucharest, Dec 1 /Agerpres/ - Approximately 4,000 Romanian and foreign servicemen from all categories of forces marched, on Saturday, December 1, in the National Day Military Parade taking place at the Arch of Triumph in Bucharest.
Bucharest, Dec 1 /Agerpres/ - The Military Parade on the National Day of Romania has begun on Saturday in Bucharest, with 4,000 Romanian and foreign servicemen to march under the Arch of Triumph.
The start of manifestations was done by the review of the Honor Guard by President Klaus Iohannis, after which the National Anthem was sung.
Bucharest, Dec 1 /Agerpres/ - Approximately 4,000 servicemen and specialists of the Ministry of National Affairs (MApN), Ministry of Internal Affairs (MAI), Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI), Protection and Security Service (SPP) and the National Penitentiary Administration, along 200 military vehicles and 50 aircraft, with 500 foreign servicemen from allied or partner countries among them, w