Greek Foreign Ministry: "As a NATO member, we welcome the scope of US CAATSA sanctions imposed on Turkey"
Çavuşoğlu: Turkey can not relinquish its rights and interests in the Eastern Mediterranean due to EU sanctions or criticism
The Turkish Ministry of Defense: Greece is betting on European support as an alternative to negotiating with us
Turkish Ministry of Defense: The Greek naval warnings are a provocation and a violation of neighboring relations
Foreign Minister Djordje Radulovic says Montenegro won't lift sanctions on Russia, as the country must respect European Union rules if it wants to join the Union
The Croatian government today decided to declare an exclusive economic zone in the Adriatic Sea
The Slovenian government has decided to temporarily ease some restrictions to curb the spread of COVID19 starting on Tuesday. Public transportation will restart at around half capacity, while hair salons, flower shops, car washes and dry cleaners will be allowed to reopen
In the last 24 hours, 1,472 new cases of the coronavirus and 65 COVID19 related deaths were recorded in Croatia. According to data from the ECDC, in the past two weeks, Croatia has had the largest number of active cases per 100,000 inhabitants of all European countries
Montenegro's new Foreign Minister, Djordje Radulovic, said the country will continue with sanctions against Russia despite the demands of some parties in the new majority to lift them
Police attacked twice with tear gas when protesters attempted to approach the main police building in Tirana, as well as a municipality Christmas tree in the city center
More than 21 years after the bodies from three mass graves in Kosovo were found, the remains 12 victims may be exhumed again.
OSCE does not discuss the topic of replacing Russian troops with observers in Transnistria - Lukashevich
830 or 31% of coronavirus tests positive in Slovenia on Saturday, 22 Covid-19 deaths
Authorities in Romania have decided to extend the state of alert because of the COVID19 pandemic for another month, starting December 14th. The present restrictions will remain in place including the nighttime curfew
EU leaders approve sanctions on Turkish officials over gas drilling
Council Of Europe Urges Bosnia To Act To Avoid Migrant Crisis RFE Bosnia
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Protesters clashed with riot police in Tirana last night - unappeased by the resignation of the Albanian Interior Minister following the fatal shooting by the police of an unarmed 25-year-old
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Demonstration in Tirana
Serbia's FM underlines Belgrade's strong support for Cyprus after meeting with Cypriot counterpart CNA
As of Saturday, shops and shopping malls in Croatia will have to navigate additional COVID19 restrictions. In shopping malls, the maximum number of customers allowed into the facility will be determined based on maintaining 16 square metres between customers
EU leaders today agreed to impose limited sanctions on Turkish individuals and companies over the crisis in East Med involving oil exploration
An NGO that connects members of the Kosovo diaspora condemned the decision to annul a former ruling which allowed diaspora postal votes that arrived after the deadline to be counted
Kosovo's Health Minister requested the director of the Central University Clinic of Kosovo, Valbon Krasniqi, to take responsibility for a "lack of organisation", after @JetaXharra and a camera crew discovered anyone can enter COVID19 hospitals.
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Tirana, Albania: Another protest has been announced today and the police have the water cannons ready. The protest is over cases of police brutality
The Kosovo government's Missing Persons Commission is planning to review the identification of victims' remains from three wartime massacres by collecting blood samples for verification.
Albanian protesters clashed again with police in the capital Tirana last night despite the resignation of the Interior Minister over the police shooting of a 25-year-old man. This comes after PM Edi Rama called the fatal shooting "an isolated" event
Helicopters of Bosnia's Armed Forces and services of the country's Republika Srpska (RS) entity are searching for an aeroplane with two crew members that disappeared above the mountains of Kozara near the northern Bosnian town of Gradiska on Thursday
An opposition push to stop the majority in North Macedonia's parliament from allowing online voting sessions amid the COVID19 crisis has resulted in an almost total blockade of its work, leaving key bills, including the 2021 budget, on hold
Outgoing Moldovan President Igor Dodon plans a trip to Moscow on December 24-25. His term of office expires on December 23
Police book 50 citizens and 4 establishments for COVID19 measures violations