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Serbia has a dangerous plan for Kosovo and the Balkans?

Haliti said that "Serbia's making efforts that no one in the region, neither Croatia, nor Bosnia-Herzegovina, nor North Macedonia, nor other states that were once part of Yugoslavia, can be stable states, and that this was prepared in the Memorandum of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts".

"EU to react to Ana Brnabic's statement"

Brnabic gave this statement at the summit of the leaders of the Western Balkans in Tirana, in response to the request of the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, who called on Serbia to recognize the so-called Kosovo, the media report.

Week in Review: Making Bad Situations Worse

Wrong Direction

The House of the National Assembly in Belgrade, Serbia, 28 April 2020. EPA-EFE/ANDREJ CUKIC

Serbia's existing legislation on access to information provides a good framework - at least in theory - for those seeking to hold government to account. In practice, of course, it is routinely undermined and ignored by authorities determined to undermine transparency.

The Assembly supported the Proposal to change the Constitution

Earlier today, Prime Minister Ana Brnabi stated that the topic of the rule of law is extremely important for the government and that is why she is determined to implement changes to the Constitution so that the judiciary would be independent, more responsible and more efficient.

"Greece to recognize Kosovo? No way"

The former MP, otherwise a member of Prime Minister Mitsotakis' New Democracy, based his assessment on talks with several ministers from the Greek government.
"History, faith and friendship bind us to Serbia. I believe in the government of Prime Minister Mitsotakis, which keeps its old friends and makes new ones," said Mayor of Katerini Koukidimos.

"I believe we will get respect" VIDEO

At a press conference in the Serbian presidency, Vucic said that at yesterday's meeting with senior US State Department official Matthew Palmer and EU special representative for dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina Miroslav Lajcak, he repeatedly reiterated that Serbia does not stand for a frozen conflict and doesn't want to " leave it to our children."

Powerful Blast Rocks Ammunition Plant in Cacak, Serbia

A series of explosions rocked an ammunition plant's facilities in the Serbian town of Cacak in the early hours of Friday morning, but there were no reports of casualties, local media said.

Media in the Balkans Are Like Dog That Whines Softly – EURACTIV Conference

Media freedom across Europe needs to be supported, but the situation in the Balkans is particularly deplorable - independent media are at risk and will not survive on their own. These conclusions united the participants of the conference mottoed "Media Freedom in the Balkans", organized by EURACTIV Bulgaria.

Vučić met with Szijjártó: Political relations with Hungary the best in history PHOTO

The meeting started at 8 am, and the atmosphere from today's meeting was shared on the Instagram account "buducnostsrbijeav".
Vui talked with Szijjrt about further improvement of bilateral cooperation, Serbia's European path, the fight against the pandemic, transit capacities, gas supply and use, as well as the strategic partnership of the two countries in numerous areas.

"Kosovo is not ready to negotiate borders"

US Special Envoy for the Western Balkans Matthew Palmer adds that he believes that there are much more productive areas for discussion at this moment that need to be addressed.
Such as, for example, missing persons, an area around which both parties can reach an agreement.

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