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Railway Line will Link Albania and Greece

Albania and Greece will connect with a railway line by building a route from Lerin via Kostur to Pazardzhik. The project will be funded by Interreg-IPA CBS Greece-Albania, reports Darik. 
At a meeting in Kostur dedicated to the rail link between the two countries, it was emphasized that the project would be part of the trans-European network.

Vucic satisfied with Macron's letter

Vucic assessed the letter as a good announcement and a good signal before Macron's visit to Serbia.

In a statement to TV Pink, he said this was "not a circular letter" that would have gone to everyone who attended the (scandalous) ceremony in Paris (on Nov. 11) - "but about a special letter for Serbia, handed over by the president of France."

"Ex Macedonian PM passed through Serbia on way to Hungary"

The president stressed that this happened before an international arrest warrant was issued for Gruevski in Skopje, who fled the country in order to avoid serving two years in jail because of alleged abuse of office related to buying an armored Mercedes car.

The Macedonian Interior Ministry issued the arrest warrant on the evening of Nov. 13.

Vucic: Serbia Had 'No Grounds' to Arrest Gruevski

Aleksandar Vucic confirmed on Monday evening that Nikola Gruevski, who fled last week as he was due to start a two-year jail term in Macedonia, exited Serbia at the Tompa-Horgos-Roszke border crossing with Hungary on November 12, the same day as he arrived in Serbia from Montenegro.

"Israel did not recognize Kosovo, and has no plans to do it"

And it does not even plan to do it, he added, according to daily Blic.

"We did not recognize Kosovo and, as far as I know, our stance on this issue will not change," Nahshon told the Serbian media in Israel, adding that relations between Israel and Serbia are excellent, the newspaper has reported.

Montenegro to vote for Kosovo

He said that "relations with neighbors are the pillars of the foreign policy," Sputnik reported.

Darmanovic said that Montenegro will not deal with negotiations between Kosovo and Serbia, but also expects their continuation.

He also said that Montenegro will once vote again in favor of Kosovo joining Interpol because "there is no reason to change the decision."

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

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.