They got a direct warning: The world is on the verge of total collapse
"There are many indications that the West does not want to accept reality, they want to escalate the situation, they want to send more and more weapons. Now the decision has been made to send tanks, which, of course, will not change the situation on the battlefield. Then, some talk about the possibility of delivering planes to Kyiv.
Vucic Can’t ‘Swear’ Serbia Will Not Join Sanctions on Russia
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Thursday evening that he could not "swear" Serbia will not impose sanctions on Russia at some point, over its invasion of Ukraine.
EU’s donors’ conference for Türkiye, Syria postponed to March 20
The European Union has announced that a donors' conference for Türkiye and Syria after devastating earthquakes will take place on March 20 instead of March 16 in Brussels.
Attacks on Critical Journalists’ Property in Bosnia’s Banja Luka Condemned
The Delegation of the European Union to Bosnia and Herzegovina has condemned the attacks on the vehicles of two journalists from Banja Luka, a day after they criticised a law that threatens freedom of speech.
Vucic: Serbia will Not Recognize Kosovo's Independence
"The Serbian leadership will not sign a capitulation, will not support the membership of the self-proclaimed Republic of Kosovo in the United Nations, and will not recognize its independence." This was stated by Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on "Happy TV".
Ukraine nuclear plant outages an 'unacceptable risk': France
France on Thursday warned of the "unacceptable risk for nuclear safety and security" from power cuts at a major Ukrainian power plant, after a Russian missile strike left it running on diesel generators.
"France has taken note and is concerned over information of a new disconnection (from the grid) at the Zaporizhzhia plant," foreign ministry spokeswoman Anne-Claire Legendre said.
Brnabic: We are pursuing best but most difficult policy for our country
MT KOPAONIK - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic said on Wednesday the policy being pursued by Serbia at this time was the best but also the most difficult for the country.
UN Chief: Gender Equality is "300 Years Away"
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that the progress toward gender equality is "vanishing before our eyes," and it will take 300 years to bridge that gap, according to the official release from the UN.
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UN: London's plan to Stop Illegal Migrants violates International Law
The UK government's proposed asylum law is "very worrying", the UN refugee agency has warned.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees representative in the United Kingdom, Vicky Tennant, commented to the BBC that the measure would violate international law and was not necessary to stop Channel crossings.
For Bosnia’s Youth, the Disappeared Remains an Open Wound
From her childhood, she remembers the series of raw emotions, from hope through dismay to pain, that her mother experienced upon learning that Braco's remains had apparently been found, but then finding out it wasn't him.