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Map. History of Balkans conflict

27 February 2021
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Erdogan says Turkey will continue to "defend its rights" in the eastern Mediterranean
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Erdogan anticipates possible European sanctions by downplaying them
A meeting of EU countries' European affairs ministers again failed to make progress to overcome Bulgarian objections to the start of membership negotiations with North Macedonia
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Kosovo's largest opposition party Vetevendosje announced yesterday that Pristina Basic Court has decided to temporarily suspend the operation of two Kelkos Energy hydropower plants, after a party activist filed a lawsuit against the company.
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We can reveal that financial police in North Macedonia has filed a criminal complaint of tax evasion against Simonida Kazic - the acting director of the Serbian State Lottery - as part of a wider investigation into media acquisitions
[email protected]: Time for Serbia to move on, Kosovo is independent and is never going back
The French Foreign Minister calls on Ankara to clarify its position to reduce tension with the European Union
Dodon invited Sandu to discuss the holding of early parliamentary elections. It is necessary to agree on their date and joint actions in this regard, the current President of Moldova said.
Serbia voted against a UN resolution urging Russia to withdraw its forces from Ukraine's Crimea region, again declining to follow the position of the EU, which it is seeking to join
A meeting of EU countries' European affairs ministers today once again failed to signal a start of North Macedonia and Albania's EU membership negotiations
Nicolae Ciuca has become Romania's interim PM after the resignation of Ludovic Orban over his National Liberal Party's poor results at the weekend's parliamentary elections
The Montenegrin Health Ministry eased some measures on today, including reopening shops, cafes and restaurants from 7 am to 8 pm and loosening the current lockdown from 10 pm to 5 am
A record 66 COVID19 related fatalities were reported in Slovenia today, while a total of 1,627 new coronavirus cases were confirmed. Currently, the rate of infection sits at 26.4 %
14, 257 Bulgarians that applied for unemployment benefits in the week between November 30 and December 6. This figure is unprecedented in terms of weekly data and is most likely caused by the light lockdown the government has imposed on November 28
Romanian authorities today reported 213 fatalities among patients previously diagnosed with COVID19 in the past 24 hours, which is the largest number of deaths registered in a single day since the onset of the pandemic
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Greek Foreign Minister: Turkey is transferring mercenaries to Libya and endangering security and stability in the region
Lesvos: another pushback under way, Eftalou area. 23 people on board engine fuel removed by @HCoastGuard vessel ΛΣ 1482 month ago
Lesvos: another pushback under way, Eftalou area. 23 people on board engine fuel removed by @HCoastGuard vessel ΛΣ 148
Greek Foreign Minister: Turkey is trying to violate international concepts and principles and acts outside the framework of international law
Greek Foreign Minister: Turkey is acting in violation of international law and is working to provoke neighboring countries
Greek Foreign Minister: The cooperation between Jordan, Greece and Cyprus is not directed against anyone
Jordanian Foreign Minister: The tension in the eastern Mediterranean must be ended through negotiations and on the basis of respect for international law
Jordan's Foreign Minister: The rights of states in the Eastern Mediterranean region must be respected
Jordan's Foreign Minister: We discussed the current tension in the Eastern Mediterranean
Jordan's Foreign Minister: We agreed with Greece and Cyprus on the need to solve the Libya crisis
Jordan's Foreign Minister: We stress the principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of countries
European Union: All options are on the table regarding Turkey at the European summit
The media reports of the Croatian government's apparent dismissal of five members of the Scientific Council, who have recently signed an appeal expressing their concern about the spread of the COVID19, inspired sharp reactions
Romania's new interim PM, Nicolae Ciuca, said today that managing the health crisis brought about by the COVID19 pandemic will be the government's priority during his tenure.
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Turkey: The solution to problems with Europe depends on the European summit
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Turkish Foreign Minister: Greece did not respond to Ankara's diplomatic efforts
Moldova's Constitutional Court has blocked legislation which sought to switch control over the national intelligence agency back to parliament – where newly elected President Maia Sandu's pro-Russian Socialists opponents still have a majority
Romania's Defence Minister Nicolae Ciuca was named interim prime minister, after Ludovic Orban resigned over his National Liberal Party's poor results at the weekend's parliamentary elections
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Police conduct 4,197 checks for violations of COVID19 measures, report 76 citizens and 4 establishments
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