Balkans

Românii sărbătoresc 90 de ani de la Marea Unire

În ziua în care pe scena politică se fac calcule, românii sărbătoresc Ziua Naţională. În Capitală, autorităţile au pregătit o paradă specială de tehnică militară. Pentru prima dată, după 50 de ani, românii vor putea admira cu această ocazie şi defilarea Cavaleriei Jandarmeriei din Bucureşti. Manifestări deosebite au loc şi …

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Mii de bucureşteni au participat la parada militară de Ziua Naţională

Câteva mii de bucureşteni, au participat, luni, la parada militară de la Arcul de Triumf, la sfârşitul căreia politicienii prezenţi în loja de onoare au aplaudat frenetic, după care s-au urcat grăbiţi în limuzinele cu girofar şi au plecat fără a da niciun fel de declaraţii.

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Kosovo Party Wants Serbia at World Court

Pristina – The Alliance for a New Kosovo party, AKR has asked Kosovo’s government to take Serbia to the International Court of Justice for alleged war crimes during the 1998-1999 conflict. The Alliance for a New Kosovo, an opposition party led by businessman, Behgjet Pacolli, has asked Kosovo’s government prepares a …

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Macedonia MPs Reject Veterans Bill

Skopje – Macedonia’s parliament on Thursday rejected a bill that would have granted financial compensation to soldiers and policemen wounded or killed in the 2001 conflict between Macedonian state forces and ethnic Albanian guerillas.. The bill, which foresaw one-off payments for families of dead servicemen and various pension, healthcare and unemployment …

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US: No More Debate on UN Kosovo Plan

Brussels – The United States Assistant Secretary of State Daniel Fried says there will be no more talks with Serbia on the UN Plan’s for the deployment of the EU mission to Kosovo. “I don’t think the debate on the six-point plan will be reopened, I think it’s time to stop …

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Bulgaria Fraud Costs EU ‘up to €100m’

Sofia – The director of the European Anti-Fraud Office, OLAF, claims the EU budget had lost between €10 million to €100 million because of misuse of EU money in Bulgaria, local media report. However, Franz-Hermann Bruener declined to specify the exact amount of the losses caused by the violations in Bulgaria …

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Kosovo’s Independence ‘Justified’ Say Allies

Pristina – The International Steering Group on Kosovo’s final status says Pristina’s independence is justified given the recognitions of its statehood by 52 countries, including neighbouring states. Kosovo’s Foreign Minister Skender Hyseni and Minister for Economics and Finance, Ahmet Shala were given a warm welcome by the International Steering Group in …

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Serbia Looks to Closer US Relations

Belgrade – Serbia’s ambassador to the US, Ivan Vujacic says Belgrade returned its envoys to countries which have recognised Kosovo’s independence in hope of improving ties. Belgrade initially called back for consultations its ambassadors from countries that recognised Kosovo’s unilateral independence proclamation in February, of which the United States was one …

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Serb Army Gets Nod to Join Global Peace Ops

Bujanovac – Serbia’s Army has received a certificate to join military peace operations all over the world, especially in the medical field, says Defence Minister, Dragan Sutanovac. Sutanovac, who attended a military medial exercise called Safe Way in Bujanovac spa in southern Serbia, which was joined by the armies of Macedonia …

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