Prime Minister Ana Brnabić and the European Union (EU) Ambassador to the Republic of Serbia Emanuele Giaufret presented today a new initiative worth 8 million euros, to encourage “green” transformation Read More
Prime Minister Janez Jansa’s rightwing government faces an opposition determined to unseat him in the spring general election.
NYON, Switzerland — For Aleksander Čeferin, having eyes in the back of his head was essential this year in European football. Čeferin, the UEFA president, found himself in the vortex Read More
Bulgaria’s Health Minister Assena Serbezova issued an order on December 17 amending the list of foreign countries classified respectively as red, orange or green zones according to their Covid-19 situations. Read More
Resolution condemns ‘climate of hostility, distrust and polarisation’ in current holder of EU presidencyThe European parliament has rebuked Slovenia’s government for “attacks, smear campaigns and slander” against journalists and critics, Read More
Kosovo historians have reacted angrily after Serbia’s Interior Minister, Aleksandar Vulin, last week denied the January 1999 Reçak massacre in central Kosovo, calling it a “big lie and an extraordinary Read More