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Party of Serbia’s president involved in massive money laundering, corruption (report)

25.07.2017

Belgrade, dtt-net.com – The ruling Serb Progressive Party (SNS) of president Aleksandar Vucic is involved for years already in a massive money laundering scheme by obliging citizens it employs in the public and private sector to pay a monthly fee of ten percent of their salaries and also a whole one-month salary in cash, according to the findings of a local daily.
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Macedonia court rejects detention for ex-PM

25.07.2017

Skopje, dtt-net.com - A court in Macedonia has rejected a request of the prosecution to detain former prime minister Nikola Gruevski charged of election fraud.
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UN war crimes court grants provisional release to 2 former Serbian security officials

25.07.2017

The Hague, dtt-net.com – The International Criminal Tribunal for former-Yugoslavia (ICTY) has granted provisional release to two former high-level officials of the Serbian State Security Service who are on re-trial over war crimes charges during the wars in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) in early ‘90s.
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Albania’s new President takes office

25.07.2017

Tirana, dtt-net.com – The leader of Albanian Socialist Movement for Integration (LSI), Ilir Meta took office as country’s new president.
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Kosovo president sets date for constitutive session of parliament

25.07.2017

Pristina, dtt-net.com – Constitutive session of Kosovan parliament will take place on August 3rd, after June 11 early election, country’s president decided.
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Albania’s main opposition party re-elects leader

25.07.2017

Tirana, dtt-net.com – The former mayor of capital Tirana, Lulzim Basha on Saturday was re-elected at the helm of Democratic Party (PD) for another mandate by landslide majority.
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Nearly half of Serbia citizens support EU path

25.07.2017

Belgrade, dtt-net.com – Nearly half of Serbia’s citizens are supportive of country’s EU membership aspirations, according to a new survey.
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No NATO entry for Macedonia unless name row with Greece solved

21.07.2017

Skopje, dtt-net.com – A top NATO official told Macedonia’s government that the country cannot join the western military alliance without solving dispute with neighbouring Greece over constitutional name.
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Kosovo parties still deadlocked over formation of new government

21.07.2017

Pristina, dtt-net.com – Kosovan political parties have entered in a deadlock to form new government after June 11 early parliamentary elections as none of them can rule alone.
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Bosnia’s House of People approves election law changes

19.07.2017

Sarajevo, dtt-net.com – The House of People of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) parliament today approved a proposal of electoral system reform sought by Croat parties which seek changes the way Croat member of BiH’s presidency and of upper house of the parliament are elected, but the proposal is likely to be failed at the House of Representatives by Bosniaks.

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Montenegro court postpones trial of two pro-Russia lawmakers over coup attempt

19.07.2017

Podgorica, dtt-net.com – Montenegrin High Court today decided to postpone a trial against two pro-Russia members of the parliament from the opposition and twelve others over attempted coup in October.
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Bosnia’s PM optimistic over EU candidate status

19.07.2017

Sarajevo, dtt-net.com – The head of government of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), Denis Zvizdic, believes that the country will obtain candidate status for membership in the European Union next year.
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Macedonia’s PM vows to send draft-law on Albanian language to the parliament

18.07.2017

Skopje, dtt-net.com – Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev today said that his government will put forward a draft-law for wider use of Albanian language to the parliament for approval as a junior member is threatening to quit his ruling coalition if not done so until the end of August.
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Albania and Kosovo citizens the biggest hopefuls over EU membership benefits

18.07.2017

Tirana, 18 July 2017, dtt-net.com – Of six Western Balkans countries, citizens of Albania and Kosovo are those who think by far that EU membership would beneficial, but not those in Montenegro and Serbia, according to a survey.
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EU officials encourage Macedonia to pursue with reforms despite blockade by Greece

18.07.2017

Brussels, dtt-net.com - Officials of the European Union (EU) continue to encourage new Macedonian government over reforms as the country’s EU path is being blocked by Greece because of row over Macedonia’s constitutional name.
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Earlier News

Albania’s main opposition party re-elects leader

Nearly half of Serbia citizens support EU path

No NATO entry for Macedonia unless name row with Greece solved

Kosovo parties still deadlocked over formation of new government

Bosnia’s House of People approves election law changes

Montenegro court postpones trial of two pro-Russia lawmakers over coup attempt

Bosnia’s PM optimistic over EU candidate status

Macedonia’s PM vows to send draft-law on Albanian language to the parliament

Albania and Kosovo citizens the biggest hopefuls over EU membership benefits

EU officials encourage Macedonia to pursue with reforms despite blockade by Greece

Montenegro asks EU for help amid wildfires

Mogherini urges Bosnia to focus on reforms for EU path

UN mediator over Macedonia-Greece name row meets with Greek FM

EC recalls conditions to Kosovo over EU visa liberalisation

Bosnia’s minister says 2 terrorist threats foiled last month



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