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SARAJEVO - The armed forces of the Balkan states will continue to cooperate closely within the B-9 forum with a view to strengthening regional security, but also assisting each other in the crisis situations caused by natural disasters, their chiefs of the general staff concluded in a meeting in Sarajevo.
Austria "fully supports reforms in Serbia"
VIENNA, BELGRADE -- Austria fully supports the economic and political reforms in Serbia, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić said, recapping his visit to Austria on Wednesday.
Vučić told the RTS that his Austrian hosts fully support the economic reforms in Serbia, as well as the necessary political reforms.
Islamabad's High Court on Thursday ordered police to press charges against the CIA's former station chief for murder, conspiracy and waging war against Pakistan.
Judge Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui issued the orders following a 2010 court petition by drone activist Kareem Khan, whose brother and teenage son were killed in a US drone strike in North Waziristan tribal district.
Macedonia's journalists union is taking the case of the expulsion of reporters from parliament in December 2012 to the European Court for Human Rights in Strasbourg.
It decided on this move after the top court in Macedonia ruled that their expulsion from the chamber by police had been done “for their own safety”.
Construction of a modern high-standard prison in Bosnia is set to start this month after the authorities on June 4 signed an agreement with the Czech-Spanish company OHL, which is to carry out the works.
A small group of people led the battle of reforms over the past two years. They took on an inordinate share of the political cost, were lambasted by parties and unions, but nevertheless gave their all.
BELGRADE - Following the Serbian government's decision to back the participation of the representatives of the Srpska electoral list in the Kosovo-Metohija legislative elections, a meeting has been held at which the conclusion was made that Serbs in northern Kosovo will heed the government's call to vote in Sunday's elections, the government Office for Kosovo-Metohija said in a statement.
BELGRADE - Head of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung offices in Serbia and Montenegro Henri Bohnet has said he expects the chief topics of the coming meeting between Serbia's Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel will be the situation in Serbia after the floods, economic reforms, EU integration, normalisation of the relations with Pristina and Berlin's expectations o
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is expected to visit Turkey on Monday, for the first time since he was elected last year, a Turkish official said.
The Iranian leader is expected to meet Prime Minister Recep Tayyip ErdoÄan in Ankara for talks on bilateral ties and the broader Middle East, the official told AFP on Thursday.