Turkish president slams "impertinence of U.S."
ANKARA -- Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday slammed the "impertinence" of the United States over the pressure it is exerting on his country.
Washington is pressuring Turkey to allow the use of the Incirlik airbase to U.S. war planes attacking extremists of the Islamic State.
BELGRADE - In a telephone conversation with Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, US Vice President Joseph Biden underlined that the United States fully supports Serbia's European path.
Significant progress has been made in bilateral cooperation, Vucic and Biden agreed on Wednesday.
BELGRADE - Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic met on Wednesday at the Serbian government with US Senator Christopher Murphy, who expressed gratitude for Serbia's commitment to the fight against terrorism, and the adoption of a law that prevents Serbian citizens from participating in armed conflicts abroad.
In an open letter sent to US Vice President Joseph Biden on Tuesday, timed to coincide with his expected meeting with Djuknovic on April 8, the signatories of the letter told Biden that Milo Djukanovic represents "the antithesis of democracy, rule of law and the fundamental values of Western civilization.