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Former PM rules out speculation he plans to form his own political party
Two days after voting against changes to the bank capitalization framework, former Prime Minister and PASOK leader George Papandreou on Tuesday said he would never jeopardize the government's parliamentary majority, while ruling out speculation that he plans to form his own political party.
BELGRADE - The presidents of Serbia and the Czech Republic, Tomislav Nikolic and Milos Zeman respectively, agreed on Tuesday that relations between the two countries are marked by a long-standing friendship, and Nikolic noted that it is particularly important to Serbia that Prague supports the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue and opposes further conditioning of Serbia along the EU path.
The pilots' strike of the German airline Lufthansa will also affect the flights to and from Bulgaria.
A special section on the Lufthansa website shows, that flights from Sofia to Munich and Frankfurt from April 2 to April 4, included, as well as the early morning flight to Munich, are cancelled. Same applies to the flights from Munich and Frankfurt to Sofia, April 2-4.
BELGRADE - Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) leader Aleksandar Vucic said on Tuesday that the coalition he is leading has a sufficient number of competent people he can form the best possible government with.
In an interview with Deutsche welle, Vucic said that he will be striving to prevent ministries from functioning like entities that belong to parties.
Star Wars icon Darth Vader does not have the slightest doubt that he will win Ukraine's May 25 Presidential elections.
Vader earlier announced his bid on behalf of the Internet Party of Ukraine, which already has 280 000 members and has been joined by 72 000 people just over the past 24 hours, Ukrainian news agency UNIAN has reported.
Kosovo Police said the investigation into Monday night's attack on three Serbian police officers, one male and two females, is ongoing, but they had no information on the motive.
“The officers survived the attack and are out of danger. The investigation will reveal the motives,” Baki Kelani, police spokesperson, told Balkan Insight.