Zvečan: Kurti's special forces set out to arrest Serbs; KFOR helicopter landed

Almost at the same time as the information about the action of the Kosovo Police in Zvean, local residents reported to the Kosovo online portal that the KFOR helicopter had landed in itkovac, in this municipality.
The main street in Zvean is blocked on both sides, writes Kosovo Online.

Bulgaria presents Two Candidates for European Commissioner - Daniel Laurer and Iliana Ivanova

The Council of Ministers today discusses the proposal of candidates for European Commissioner. Two candidacies were presented, an opportunity provided in Ursula von der Leyen's letter. The two candidates are Daniel Laurer and Iliana Ivanova. Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov told the media after the extraordinary meeting of the government.

Kosovo Indicts Serb Ex-Policeman for Wartime Attack on Civilians

The prosecution announced on Friday that it has charged a Kosovo Serb, who it identified only by the initials M.Dj., with participating in an attack on ethnic Albanian civilians during the war in 1999.

The former policeman Mfrom the village of Vitomirica in Kosovo Peja/Pec municipality has been charged with war crimes against the civilian population.

Key demand by farmers resolved

Representatives of Slovenian farmers and the government have managed to resolve a key demand that led to massive protests by farmers this spring as they agreed that mitigating measures on farmland that is part of Natura 2000 sites would be voluntary.

The President in Austria: Bulgarian Business offers Good Opportunities for Mutually Beneficial Partnerships

"Bulgarian business offers good opportunities for mutually beneficial partnerships", said President Rumen Radev at a round table in Vienna organized by the Austrian Chamber of Commerce. Representatives of Bulgarian and Austrian businesses in the field of energy, the banking sector, the automotive industry and high technologies participated in the forum.

Bulgaria: WCC-DB with Seven Conditions for GERB in order to Still have a Government

The co-chairman of "We Continue the Change" Kiril Petkov announced that together with their coalition partner "Democratic Bulgaria" they decided to confirm the declaration of the "Denkov-Gabriel" cabinet, however, they set seven conditions in order for their joint rule with GERB to continue.

Politicians claim that Bulgaria has been Sending Military Aid and Weapons to Ukraine since the Start of the War

Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov stated that, with the intention of providing more decisive military aid to Ukraine, the government strictly complies with the decisions of the National Assembly on this issue. This is how Denkov responded to what was stated today by Rumen Radev, according to whom the cabinet is increasingly pushing Bulgaria to participate in the war: