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Vucic on Kosovo deal: It'll be worse-than-hell difficult

But he added that this would be exceptionally difficult.

VVucic poke for the US agency during the Munich Security Conference, to say that task will be harder than the Greece-Macedonia deal, and will first have to see cancellation of Pristina's taxes on Serbian goods increased by 100 percent, and a free flow of people and goods.

The President of the Macedonian Parliament Comes to Bulgaria to Vote on the Protocol

Macedonian Parliament Speaker Talat Xhaferi will attend the vote in the Bulgarian National Assembly on his country's NATO Accession Protocol, reported the Bulgarian National Television. 

On 15 February, the Parliamentary Defense Committee approved the Protocol. Voting is expected to take place on Wednesday - 20 February.

North Macedonia Says Police Prevent 'Terrorist Act'

Police in North Macedonia have prevented a planned "terrorist act" by supporters of the Islamic State (IS) militant group, the Western Balkan country's Interior Ministry says, reported by Radio Free Europe. 

Greek PM proceeds with mini cabinet reshuffle

In a mini cabinet reshuffle announced by spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos, Greek Prime Minister Alexis on Friday replaced five of his ministers while giving up his own role as foreign minister, a post he temporarily filed following the departure of Nikos Kotzias in October.

Tsipras planning mini cabinet reshuffle to fill ministerial posts

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras suggested he will proceed with a mini government reshuffle in the coming days to fill up the positions of deputy ministers who are expected to, or have already resigned, based on remarks he made at a meeting of ruling SYRIZA's political secretariat on Thursday.

The announcement may be made on Friday.

We must not allow Serbia to win, says Pristina official

He added that "Serbia should not be allowed to benefit from Kosovo's mistakes," pointing out that currently no western partner was on Pristina's taxes on goods from central Serbia, increased by 100 percent in November.

14 dead as bus crashes in Macedonia

The accident happened on Wednesday around 5 pm when the Durmo Tours bus crossed a protective fence onto the opposite side of the highway, and then slid off the road and rolled into a shallow ditch near the village of Laskarci.

About 30 people were injured in the accident.

North Macedonia finally takes its seat at NATO

North Macedonia's defense minister, Radmila Sekerinska, says she's filled with pride as her country takes a seat at NATO's table for the first time.

Speaking to reporters Wednesday at a meeting of NATO defense ministers, Sekerinska said North Macedonia has "shown that change is possible if you have the right amount of political leadership."

NATO flag hoisted in capital of North Macedonia

Members of an honor guard hoist the NATO flag next to that of the newly named North Macedonia in front of the government building in Skopje Tuesday.

FYROM prepares for name change

Authorities in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) began removing official signs from government buildings and streets in the capital Skopje early on Monday to replace them with new ones featuring the country's new name, North Macedonia.

FYROM prepares for name change by removing signs

Authorities in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia have begun removing official signs from government buildings to prepare for its new name: North Macedonia.

"Government of the Republic of Macedonia" signs were removed from the country's main government building early Monday in the capital Skopje.

Bulgaria Warns FYROM Over NATO Membership

/ekathimerini/ If the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) wants to be a full member of NATO and the European Union, it must fulfill the commitments it has undertaken towards Bulgaria and Greece, Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense Krasimir Karakachanov has said.