The International Monetary Fund is facing pressure to reevaluate how it imposes fees on loans it disperses to needy countries like war-torn Ukraine which is one of the fund's biggest borrowers.
The move comes as more countries will need to turn to the IMF, as food prices and inflation internationally continues to rise.
“Turkey pushes unfortunate people many times by force towards our borders”, the minister stated
Vui, answering a journalist's question after the meeting with Jens Stoltenberg, said that Serbia is a militarily neutral country.
"Serbia wants to preserve peace, it wants to secure its own sky, its own land, its own people, its own population, and that is how it will behave in the future," said President Vui.
“Kissinger’s moves signaled to the broader Turkish establishment that aggression works. Kissinger flattered the Turkish notion that size matters”
This is what Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti said on the occasion of the upcoming meeting on August 18 in Brussels with Serbian President Aleksandar Vui, Koha reported.
Kurti stated that the agreement depends on the Serbian side, because the Kosovo side is ready and unwavering for mutual recognition.
This was stated by the deputy head of the Russian delegation, Andrey Belousov, commenting on the Memorandum on Security Assurances in connection with Ukraine's accession to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, which was signed in 1994. That agreement was signed by the United States of America, Russia, the United Kingdom and Ukraine in Budapest.