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Bulgarian Vice President Criticizes NATO's Position on Ukraine Conflict

Vice President Iliyana Yotova expressed reservations about supporting the declaration adopted by the Parliamentary Assembly of NATO in Sofia. The document calls for Ukraine to be permitted to use supplied weapons to target military sites inside Russia. Yotova highlighted that many European voices disagree with the decision made in Sofia.

NATO Assembly Allows Ukraine to Target Russia with Supplied Weapons

The NATO Parliamentary Assembly has adopted a declaration permitting Ukraine to use Western military aid to strike targets within Russian territory. This decision was made during the plenary session in Sofia, with the majority of delegates supporting the measure despite nine opposing votes.

Vucic: What Bakoyannis did is disgrace, she did not even speak with Belgrade

SJENICA - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Friday Council of Europe (CoE) rapporteur Dora Bakoyannis, who recently recommended that the so-called Kosovo be admitted to the organisation, had not even fulfilled the fundamental obligation to speak with Belgrade before a Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) session, and noted that what she had done was a "disgrace."

Serbian delegation to PACE notes "far-reaching" consequences of Pristina's CoE admission

BELGRADE - A member of the Serbian delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) said on Friday the delegation had told EU member states that "rewarding" Pristina for its refusal to establish a Community of Serb Municipalities by admitting it to the CoE would have an effect on regional stability in the Western Balkans and the Belgrade-Pristina dialogue, noting that th

Pantic Pilja: PACE has trampled all norms of international law

STRASBOURG - The head of the Serbian delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) Biljana Pantic Pilja said on Tuesday evening the body had made a "disgraceful decision" by adopting a recommendation to grant CoE membership to the so-called Kosovo, trampling all norms of international law.

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