Pirc Musar:Slovenia to support Serbia on EU path, Kosovo must do its part of job

BELGRADE - Slovenian President Natasa Pirc Musar said on Thursday in Belgrade her country would continue to support Serbia on its EU path and that Kosovo must do its part of the job and ensure an implementation of an agreement on a Community of Serb Municipalities.

Exhibition in Kosovo Showcases Wartime Civilian Invalids’ Pain

On March 28, 1999, Besa Guci was getting her children ready for sleep when a grenade landed in the room and killed her one-year-old daughter Ndriqesa. 

Besa, then pregnant with another baby, was injured by the explosion along with her husband and two other children. Even to this day, she has a piece of glass in her eye.

Bulgaria’s Deputy PM Mariya Gabriel: Hate Speech in North Macedonia is Inadmissible and Unacceptable

"Immediate measures have been taken in connection with the case of the attacked and beaten co-chairman of the association of Bulgarians in the Republic of North Macedonia Bekir Kadrieski in the town of Struga" - this is what Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Mariya Gabriel commented:

Vucic: Serbia will always stand with its people in Kosovo-Metohija

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Wednesday evening Serbia would always stand with its people in Kosovo-Metohija and would never allow an expulsion of Serbs from the province, but noted that "we must act in the wisest and the most intelligent manner, always and at all times."

Haradinaj called for Kurti's dismissal: "Albin could be a spy of Serbia"

Haradinaj claimed that Prime Minister Albin Kurti could be "spy of Serbia for threatening Kosovo's alliance with the USA and NATO".
Haradinaj called for the dismissal of Prime Minister Kurti and his government a national emergency and urged MPs to be part of the vote of no confidence.