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Serbian politician visits Bedouin village, dances with hosts

The trip to the village of Hammata - locate south of Marsa Alam - shows the significance assigned by the hosts to the visit of Markovic - president of the United Serbia (JS) party, member of the Serbian National Assembly, and President of the Assembly of the town of Jagodina.

Kosovo won't get army on Nov. 28, media receive confirmation

Although members of the Kosovo Assembly supported the KBS transformation in the first reading of the law, it is not yet known when theA assembly will be given the law for another reading, RTK2 reported.

According to unofficial information, November 28 as the date to proclaim the Kosovo army has been abandoned "because it is marked as day of the Albanian Flag," Zeri said.

"Two countries support visa liberalization with Kosovo"

Only two countries supported the entry of Kosovo into the Schengen area.

This is written in a report by the Kosovo Foreign Ministry which daily Koha Ditore said it had seen. This report was made after a meeting held this month with representatives of the 17 EU member states.

Serbia Grateful to Bulgaria for its Vote in Energy Community

Prime Minister Ana Brnabic held a bilateral meeting with Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov in Sofia on Thursday.

During it, she "expressed her gratitude for support for voting in the European Energy Association," the Serbian government announced on its website, citing a statement the PM made for Tanjug, reports b92.net

Map: Gruevski's 'Great Escape' Through the Balkans

Data from the Macedonian, Albanian and Montenegrin police now paint a relatively accurate picture of former prime minister Nikola Gruevski's escape route through the Balkans to Hungary to avoid serving a two-year prison sentence.

Gruevski 'passed through' Montenegro

A former prime minister of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) who is on the run following a prison sentence on corruption charges entered Montenegro earlier this week from Albania but left the same day, Montenegro's police said Friday.

Snow arrives in Serbia/PHOTO

It can be said that it came as a surprise to tourists, who have been dispatching selfies with snow from Kopaonik to friends and family since the morning.

Macedonia's Gruevski Fled via Albania and Montenegro, Police Confirm

Albania police confirmed on Thursday evening that Macedonia's former Prime Minister, Nikola Gruevski, travelled through Albania to Montenegro on November 11 via the Hani I Hotit/Bozaj border crossing.

He travelled as a passenger in a car owned by the Hungarian embassy in Albania, according to the police announcement.

PM attends digitization summit in Sofia

The aim of the Digital Agenda is digital transformation and modernisation of public administration, greater cyber security and the improvement of business climate in the region.

The Summit has been opened by Prime Minister of Bulgaria Boyko Borisov and European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society Mariya Gabriel.

Kurz invites Western Balkans PMs to Vienna on Nov. 19

The talks will be attended by the prime ministers of Albania, Macedonia, Montenegro, the chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia-Herzegovina, and the prime minister of the interim institutions in Pristina.

The Prime Minister of Serbia Ana Brnabic is also expected to attend the Vienna meeting.

Largest Serbian flag raised at Nikola Tesla Airport/PHOTOS

"As a gate to Belgrade and to Serbia, the airport has joined the state's initiative to enliven the cult of the flag," said the airport's executive director, Senka Jelenkovic.

"As you can see, the flag is imposing, it is 72 sq meters in size (12 by 6 meters), displayed on a 25-meter pole," she said.

(Tanjug/Filip Kraincanic)

Croatians Detained in Serbian Prison Camps Sue Belgrade

Three Croatian citizens who were detained in prison camps in Serbia after the fall of Vukovar are suing the authorities in Belgrade for compensation, one of them, Dragutin Guzovski, told BIRN on Wednesday.

Kremlin discloses what Putin told Thaci

Sputnik is reporting this on Wednesday.

Putin "pointed out to Thaci that Pristina needs to reach a consensus with Belgrade and told him that Russia will support a joint decision by Belgrade and Pristina," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has been quoted as saying.

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