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US Senators Push New Legislation to Boost ties to Balkans

New legislation introduced into the US Senate aims to support economic development in the Western Balkans through initiatives on infrastructure, trade and anti-corruption, including codification of sanctions to deter destabilizing activity. It also aims to strengthen security in Bosnia and Herzegovina and encourage Albanian and North Macedonian integration into the EU.

Putin is desperate, will he help him?

According to foreign media, he would ask for help in the form of military forces, that is, for Kim Jong-Un to send 100.000 soldiers for combat operations in Ukraine.
In return, "desperate Putin" as described by the "Daily Mail" in the text, the Russian president would send aid to North Korea in the form of food and energy.

Putin's friend announced "good news": The end of the war?

He added that last month's wheat delivery agreement could be a step in that direction.
"The good news is that the Kremlin wants an agreed solution. The first success is the wheat agreement, which could perhaps be slowly extended to a ceasefire," Schrder told Stern weekly and RTL/ntv, adding that he met Putin in Moscow last week.

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