Bulgarian President Rumen Radev stated today that he has always - both in Bulgaria and in Brussels - maintained that the country should not interfere by providing arms to Ukraine in the conflict with Russia. He emphasized that he does not support participation in the initiative of the European Union countries to send 1 million projectiles to the attacked country.
President of the Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK), Memli Krasniqi, said that the elections were the result of escalation in the north, which resulted in the deterioration of relations with the international community.
Krasniqi also said that he should not have insisted on sending the mayors to municipal facilities, reports Siri.
The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vui, and the President of Hungary, Katalin Novak, will attend the session.
The prime ministers of the two countries, Ana Brnabi and Viktor Orban, are also present.
It is the first session to be held, and members of the governments of the two countries are also present at the session.
Dejan, then 20, had been nearing the end of his military service in Kosovo, then a southern province of Serbia, when NATO launched air strikes to halt a brutal Serbian counter-insurgency war. At the time, Serbia and Montenegro were all that was left of Yugoslavia, still joined together after the other four republics - Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia and Macedonia - had seceded.