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Croatia has announced that its FSRU LNG terminal on Krk island will be commissioned on January 1. It's a vital component of the North-South Gas Corridor that will run from the Polish LNG terminal in Swinoujscie to Croatia. CEE is swiftly ending its dependence on Russian gas
Former judge at the EU Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo, Malcolm Simmons, says he wishes to inform the country's parliament of the "wrongdoings" that he witnessed during his time in office
Cyprus Foreign Ministry: We hope that Turkey will adjust its behavior and go to dialogue
Cyprus Foreign Ministry: We are not optimistic about Turkey's stance, but we hope they will retreat
Croatian teachers staged a protest today in front of the Education Ministry building in Zagreb, dissatisfied with their working conditions during the pandemic
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Shortly after Bulgaria's authorities announced new measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus, anti-lockdown protests started in the centre of Sofia. The protesters were mainly affiliated to far-right nationalist Vazrajdane party. Clashes with the police also occurred
After a session of Serbia's Crisis Staff, epidemiologist Branislav Tidorovic announced that the school holidays across the country will run from December 21 to January 18
#Kosovo reports nine deaths and 704 new #coronavirus cases
The Croatian Civil Protection Authority reported today that 3,603 people tested positive for the coronavirus in the past 24 hours – which is a record single-day spike in cases
Croatian MP Marijana Petir has been criticised after proposing a budget amendment setting aside some €200,000 for "persecuted Christians and other people in need"
The Synod of the Cypriot Orthodox Church supported the decision of Archbishop Chrysostom on the recognition of the Ukrainian Church
Borrell: European leaders will decide to respond to Turkey's actions at the December summit
Borrell: The European Union hopes for a change in Turkey's position before the European Summit on December 10th
Voting on the European Parliament draft resolution on Turkey tomorrow, Thursday
A draft resolution of the European Parliament calls for imposing sanctions on Turkey without delay
A draft resolution of the European Parliament calls for the resumption of negotiations to unify Cyprus under UN auspices
Draft resolution of the European Parliament condemning Turkey's illegal activities in Varosha, Cyprus
A draft resolution of the European Parliament rejects Turkey's attempts to divide the island of Cyprus
Bulgaria's ruling coalition's push to file a new draft of the constitution and convene a "Grand National Assembly" to fully implement it failed today. Only 111 MPs voted in favour of the idea, much below the 160 votes needed for it to pass.
A UN round table on the future of Bosnia and Herzegovina, marking 25 years since the signing of the Dayton Peace Accord, descended into insults and mutual accusations.
Erdogan accuses the European Union of adopting a policy of "dualism"
Cypriot Defense Minister: Turkey's continued spread of tension in the region will expose it to sanctions
Cypriot Defense Minister: Sanctions on Turkey remain on the table
Serbia and Kosovo have asked each other to open up military archives to help reveal where missing persons from the 1998-99 war are buried.
The father of a student whose unsolved death sparked protests in Bosnia's Serb-dominated entity in 2018 is accused of defamation in a case brought by senior police officials
Turkish Ministry of Defense: "We expect all parties, especially our allies, to act in accordance with international law, maritime law and custom laws"
Montenegro's outgoing DPS-led government is filling a string of public sector vacancies. And the new hires could spell trouble for the next government, experts warn
Cyprus Foreign Minister: Respect for international law is the basis of any dialogue with Turkey
Cyprus Foreign Minister: Turkey should abandon "gunboats" diplomacy
Igballe Rugov, a veteran human rights activist and the head of @KWN_Rrggk, staged a solo protest calling for the dismissal of deputy PM Driton Selmanaj after his comments about wartime missing persons
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IRGC affiliated Qeshm Fars Air EP-FAA outbound, tracking NW, suggests stop over at Belgrade before Venezuela again
At least 21 migrants and refugees died in the first nine months of this year trying to cross Bosnia en route to Western Europe
North Macedonia to be the first country in Western Balkans to decriminalize and legalize sale of marijuana, "to support tourism hit by the COVID19 pandemic". The country is already producing medical marijuana for exports
European Union: Turkey bears full responsibility for the tension in the region
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Albanian PM Edi Rama called on citizens to exert more prudence in order to avoid another lockdown, as it could cause economic losses. His call comes after a spike in COVID19 infections and a soaring death toll over the last several weeks
Slovenia has registered 1,302 new cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours and 59 COVID19 related deaths. There are currently 20,337 active cases in the country
In the last 24 hours, 2,323 new coronavirus infections were recorded in Croatia, bringing the total number of active cases to 19,161. The country also reported 47 COVID19 related deaths
The EU extended the restrictive measures it has imposed on representatives of the separatist government in Transnistria. But observers noted that the list of individuals sanctioned includes people who are no longer part of Tiraspol's administration