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Rama finally commented on Haradinaj's resignation

He stated that Haradinaj's move is politically and tactically sound and a normal thing to do under the circumstances.
As Pristina's Gazette reports, Rama hadn't commented on Haradinaj's resignation on his own but was forced to respond to a question he got from journalist, focusing in his answer to "linking his role in the so-called KLA with Haradinaj's indictment".

Boyko Borissov Continues to Be the Most Approved Party Leader in Bulgaria

The share of Bulgarians who believe that the government will finish its full mandate is increasing. This shows the results of a Trend research study ordered by "24 hours". According to the data, the most approved party leader in Bulgaria remains the Prime Minister and Chairman of GERB Boyko Borissov.

Serbia's President Aleksandar Vucic to address public tomorrow at 10 am

This will take place at the building of the General Secretariat of the President of the Republic.
Serbian President will address the public tomorrow pertaining to the resignation of Prime Minister of the Interim Institutions in Pristina Ramush Haradinaj, commenting also on the potential implications of this act, Tanjug learns.

Merkel: Dark clouds cast over the dialogue between Belgrade and Pristina

In the interview with the correspondents in Berlin, Merkel pointed out that Germany has great interest for European integration of "Serbia and Kosovo", to make progress on this road, but, as she stressed, in order to do that, it is necessary to restore Belgrade-Pristina dialogue.

Bulgarians Mark 182 Years Since the Birth of Vasil Levski

Bulgaria marks the 182th anniversary of Vasil Levski's birthday. The center of the celebrations will again be Karlovo, the native town of the Apostle of Freedom.
In front of the monuments of Levski in the country wreaths and flowers will be placed. A number of different events are planned for the anniversary of the birth of Levski.

Greek PM reversing plan to take priests off state payroll

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis (l) on Tuesday assured Archbishop Ieronymos that his government will not push through with plans to remove priests from the state payroll, reversing a decision by the previous leftist administration. Mitsotakis stressed that articles 3 and 13 of the constitution, which determine relations between the Church and state, would not be changed.