Western Balkans and EU News

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03.07.20

Tirana, 03 July 2020, dtt-net.com – An Appeal body in the capital Tirana confirmed today the sacking of judge after being sacked in February for failing to justify wealth as authorities in Albania continue with the vetting process in judiciary and rule of law structures.

03.07.20

Skopje/Prishtina/Tirana, 03 July 2020, dtt-net.com – Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), Kosovo, Montenegro and North Macedonia, as well as Serbia, continue to be faced with the spread of Covid-19 infections as all the six countries are being faced with the second wave.

03.07.20

Prishtina, 03 July 2020, dtt-net.com – A member of the opposition Democratic Party of Kosovo (PDK) and former deputy-minister Friday addressed public threats to several political opponents, publicists and a journalist, as the internal debate in Kosovo following the war crimes charges against President Hashim Thaçi and several others is dividing the society and is deteriorating.

03.07.20

Brussels, 03 July 2020, dtt-net.com – EU member countries will start discussing negotiating frameworks proposed by the European Commission (EC) for Albania and North Macedonia as of next Monday, officials in Brussels said.

03.07.20

Tirana, 03 July 2020, dtt-net.com – Kosovan Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti said he is still trying with the USA special envoy Richard Grenell to set a date for talks with Serbia in Washington over what the American official first called ‘economic’ issues between the two countries, after the cancellation of June 27 meeting because of war crimes charges filed against Kosovan President Hashim Thaçi.

03.07.20

Belgrade, 03 July 2020, dtt-net.com – State of emergency was declared today in the capital Belgrade amid increase of numbers of infections with Covid-19 as the country is being hit by the second wave as are all other countries in the Western Balkans region.

03.07.20

Prishtina, 03 July 2020, dtt-net.com – Kosovo Albanian war veterans have announced a street protest in the capital Prishtina for next week, after war crimes charges filed by the prosecution of the Special Court in The Hague against President Hashim Thaçi and several others.

02.07.20

Belgrade, 2 July 2020, dtt-net.com – Serbian Ministry of Health said 359 people tested positive of Covid-19 in the last 24 hours, which is the highest number of confirmed cases in a day since the outbreak of pandemic in the country.

02.07.20

Skopje, 02 July 2020, dtt-net.com – North Macedonia health authorities said another 173 people tested positive of Covid-19 and 13 more died from the virus in the country in the last 24 hours.

02.07.20

Skopje/Brussels, 02 July 2020, dtt-net.com – Caretaker Prime Minister of North Macedonia said he believes that the country will open first chapters in EU membership negotiations this year, as the European Commission (EC) asked yesterday member countries to approve negotiating framework for the country.