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Defying Russia, Montenegro finally joins NATO

Once the Balkan stronghold of pro- Russian sentiments, tiny Montenegro is today silently celebrating its entry into NATO in a historic turn that has made the Kremlin furious. Despite the Russian anger and a deep split within the nation of some 620,000 people ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
Montenegro becomes NATO's 29th member Zee News, 2 weeks ago

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Serbia welcomes its first female, gay Prime Minister

Belgrade : In a historic move opposing the widespread homophobia prevalent in the Balkans, a gay woman was appointed as the new Prime Minister of Serbia. 41-year-old Ana Brnabic, a non-party technocrat and a graduate of the University of Hull in England was ...
 Sify6 days ago Serbia president names gay woman as PM in Balkan first  Zee News6 days ago Serbia gets its first openly gay woman prime minister: All you need to know about Ana Brnabic  First Post.com6 days ago
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EU hopes for Western Balkan common market deal by mid-2018

The European Union hopes six Balkan countries will agree at a summit on July 12 in Italy to create a regional common market that could be working within a year, a top EU official said on Tuesday, in the bloc's latest step to re-engage the region.
 DNA2 weeks ago EU urges Western Balkan nations to improve cooperation  DNA4 weeks ago

Bulgaria to conduct food product checks amid quality concerns

Bulgaria said on Saturday it would conduct checks on different food products of multinational companies sold in the Balkan state and compare them with food sold in richer western European countries, amid concerns over quality.
 DNA3 weeks ago
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Bulgarian PM hints at further delay to warplane purchase

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borisov on Friday cast doubt over the Balkan country's decision to enter talks to buy new Swedish-made Gripen warplanes to replace its ageing Soviet-designed MiG-29s.
 DNA3 weeks ago

Do more to support infrastruture projects in Balkans, Germany's Gabriel tells EU

Germany's foreign minister Sigmar Gabriel urged the European Union on Thursday to support infrastructure projects in the Western Balkans and warned Kosovo it needed to improve relations with Serbia to progress closer to membership of the bloc.
 DNA2 months ago Germany's Gabriel says Balkans must reform and unite to get into EU  DNA2 months ago Germany's FM Gabriel says Germany ready to support Serbia's EU bid  DNA2 months ago

ANALYSIS-On Serbian airwaves, a battle for heart of Balkans

The 21st-floor offices of Studio B boast an unrivalled view of the Serbian capital, taking in Orthodox Church domes, a Gulf-financed property development and a citadel built by Celtic, Roman, Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian rulers.
 DNA1 month ago On Serbian airwaves, a battle for heart of Balkans  DNA1 month ago

Albanian split deepens as Socialists force through election of president

Albania's Socialist party used its majority in parliament to force through the election of a new president of the Balkan country on Friday, leaving its politics polarised as the opposition maintains a two-month-old boycott.
 DNA1 month ago
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Past repackaged: EU plan for Balkan market faces resistance

Serbian President-elect Aleksandar Vucic likes to use the past to explain the future.
 DNA2 months ago Serbia's powerful PM claims landslide presidential win  MSN India2 months ago Serbia PM the runaway favourite to become president  DNA2 months ago Serbian PM the runaway favourite to become president  Reuters2 months ago

Tens of thousands fear for jobs as Balkan retail giant in crisis

From cashiers and farmers to drivers and travel agents, tens of thousands of people are fearful for their jobs linked to the Balkans' biggest food producer and retailer, as it struggles with crushing debt. The financial woes of Croatian group Agrokor have ...
 Zee News2 months ago
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