US Senate: Kosovo-Serbia Dialogue Remains Key Issue in Western Balkans

The Kosovo-Serbia dialogue remains one of the main issues of concern in the Western Balkans, the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on Thursday heard.

State Department Counsellor Derek Chollet warned: "We are not seeing great effort on the implementation of this agreement by either party."

Bosnian Ministers Approve Controversial Gas Pipeline from Serbia

Bosnian Council of Ministers, the country's state-level executive government, voted on Thursday in favour of a construction of a new gas pipeline from Serbia.

The so-called Eastern Interconnection will bring natural gas to cities and towns in the Serb-dominated Republika Srpska entity.

Bosnian Serbs Hold WWII Victory Day Parade with Russians

A Russian-style 'Immortal Regiment' parade to commemorate the Day of Victory over Fascism in World War II was held on Tuesday in Banja Luka, the main city of Bosnia's Serb-dominated Republika Srpska, attended by Bosnian Serb president Milorad Dodik and Moscow's ambassador to the country, who used the event to justify Russia's war against Ukraine.

Vučić: The noose is not around Vučić's neck but around our country VIDEO

"Difficult times are ahead of us. The only thing they are interested in are sanctions, independent Kosovo. A decisive year is ahead of us, probably one of the most difficult," said Vui.
"Many challenges await us, it's not a noose around Vui's neck but our country. They can't blackmail me, it's an attack and a noose for our country," said Vui.

Sharing the Spoils: When Milosevic and Tudjman Met to Carve Up Bosnia

The Hague Tribunal's archives reveal fascinating details about the confidential meeting between Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic and his Croatian counterpart Franjo Tudjman at Karadjordjevo in 1991, when they discussed forming their own expanded states at Bosnia's expense.