2018年2月6日 星期二

Balkan Insight Daily Newsletter - Tuesday, 6 February 2018

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Tuesday, 6 February 2018 

Border Dispute Clouds Montenegrin PM's Kosovo Visit

Montenegrin Prime Minister Dusko Markovic is set to visit Pristina on Tuesday – a day after Kosovo's parliament again failed to proceed to a vote on a vexed border agreement.
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Serbian Rightists To Protest on Kosovo Independence Day

Serbian nationalists opposed to the independence of Serbia's former province have said they intend to stage a protest march on Kosovo Independence Day.
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EU to Showcase New Enlargement Strategy for Balkans

The European Commission is to present a new enlargement strategy for six Balkan countries - widely seen as an attempt to motivate them to continue following the EU's agenda.
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Bosnian Croat Ex-Policeman Cleared of Leading Village Attack

Former Croatian Defence Council military policeman Zdenko Andabak was acquitted on appeal of committing war crimes during an attack on the village of Grborezi in the Livno municipality in 1993.
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Mladic Seeks Conviction Annulment Due to 'Mild Dementia'

Former Bosnian Serb Army chief Ratko Mladic's defence asked the UN court to annul the verdict sentencing him to life imprisonment for genocide and other crimes because his mental faculties are impaired.
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Most Macedonians Back 'Name' Deal, Survey Shows

A majority of Macedonian citizens would support a compromise solution to the long-standing 'name' dispute with Greece, if that aids the country's Euro-Atlantic prospects, a survey has shown.
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Protest Against AIDS Movie Sparks Fears in Romania

Protesters interrupted a screening of a French AIDS drama in Bucharest, claiming it violates traditional Romanian values, causing concerns about further intimidation among the country's LGBT community.
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Izetbegovic: Bosnian Croat Entity 'Impossible Without War'

After Bosnian Croats called for the establishment of a third, Croat-ed entity in the country, the Bosniak member of the tripartite presidency, Bakir Izetbegovic, warned that this could cause armed conflict.
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