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Kosovo Must be Patient Over Visas – EU Representative Says

"The situation is not positive [and] I hope that it will be solved quite soon," he told BIRN in an interview.

Szunyog reiterated that the process led by the European Commission had concluded that Kosovo had met all of the conditions for visa-free travel into the EU's passport-free Schengen zone.

NATO Cannot Cede the New Art of Modern Warfare to Russia and China

As early as the Russian military campaign in Georgia in 2008, it was clear to anyone paying attention that cyberattacks had become a critical element of conventional warfare strategy. Instead, the Kremlin's brazenness in using military force to show that Georgia would be broken up before joining NATO shocked us, while the EU's attempts at instant war diplomacy distracted us.

Albanian Tourism Struggles to Escape Shadow of COVID-19

A report by the country's Institute of the Statistics said that pre-COVID, tourism employed about 64,000 people in 2019 and contributed some 3.23 per cent to the country's GDP.

However, tourism was hit hard in 2020 because of the restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the year saw far fewer entries by Albanian or foreign visitors.

Sebic wins bronze medal!

At the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Milenko Sebi won a bronze medal in the discipline men's 50-metre rifle.
Sebic shot a total of 448.2 rounds and came to the medal after a direct duel with Norwegian Jon Herman Heg, who shot 438 rounds.