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Serbia votes in favor of EU-backed judicial reform, Vucic himself announces result

More than 60% of those who voted in a referendum to change Serbia's constitution over judicial reform said “YES” yesterday, albeit with a very low turnout.

World » Southeast Europe | January 17, 2022, Monday // 14:44 | Viewed: 1787

The deadline for a scheduled vaccination of Greeks over 60 has expired, 90% have been vaccinated

Ninety percent of Greeks over the age of 60 have been vaccinated against the coronavirus or have booked an appointment for vaccination, government sources reported.

World » Southeast Europe | January 17, 2022, Monday // 09:32 | Viewed: 1837

Croatia's Population has Shrunk by nearly 400,000 in the last 10 years

Croatia's State Statistical Institute has released the first census data.

World » Southeast Europe | January 15, 2022, Saturday // 10:27 | Viewed: 2177

North Macedonia has Released Vlado Buckovski as Chief Negotiator with Bulgaria

The Government of the Republic of North Macedonia has relieved Vlado Buckovski of the post of Special Representative of the country in the negotiations with Bulgaria for resolving the dispute between the two countries, BTA reported.

World » Southeast Europe | January 12, 2022, Wednesday // 16:17 | Viewed: 2594

SDSM Leader: North Macedonia and Albania have done Everything, Now it's the EU's Turn

The Republic of North Macedonia and the Republic of Albania, as neighboring and friendly countries, share the same values ​​and have a common future. This common future is in the EU, and I am convinced that both countries will soon start negotiations for

World » Southeast Europe | January 12, 2022, Wednesday // 14:01 | Viewed: 2488

New Government in North Macedonia

Today in the Assembly of the Republic of North Macedonia Dimitar Kovachevski from SDSM will submit the composition and structure of the new government, MIA reported.

World » Southeast Europe | January 11, 2022, Tuesday // 12:42 | Viewed: 2381

Period of Validity of Certificates in Greece will be Reduced if there is no Booster Dose

From February 1, the validity of the certificates for citizens without a third dose of a vaccine in Greece will be reduced, Sky TV reports. The period of validity of the certificate for people without a third dose is seven months.

World » Southeast Europe | January 9, 2022, Sunday // 19:46 | Viewed: 2175

The US has imposed Sanctions on Dodik and his TV station

The United States has blacklisted Bosnian Serb (BiH) presidency member Milorad Dodik and imposed sanctions on its affiliate, Alternative Televizija (ATV). This was announced in a press release published on the website of the US Treasury Department.

World » Southeast Europe | January 6, 2022, Thursday // 09:46 | Viewed: 2033

Serbian Police in Bosnia Calling for a New Genocide like the one in Srebrenica

A large group of Serbian police in Bosnia and Herzegovina is calling for a repeat of the Srebrenica genocide. This happened during the New Year celebrations, BGNES reported.

World » Southeast Europe | January 4, 2022, Tuesday // 09:16 | Viewed: 3581

What happened in 2021 in the Balkans, while the World and Bulgaria looked Elsewhere

Thousands of protests, crises, attacks against (or in defense of) metropolitans and patriarchs, a complete change of the political map, a sharp and forced rupture of the umbilical cord between the mafia and the government...

World » Southeast Europe | December 31, 2021, Friday // 11:33 | Viewed: 4425

How will the Balkan Countries Celebrate New Year’s Eve during a Pandemic

Mass open-air celebrations, noisy parties, fireworks and sumptuous meals ... These unchanging pictures on New Year's Eve for the second year in a row will be marked by the Covid pandemic and the restrictions it imposes. Here is how the people of the Balka

World » Southeast Europe | December 30, 2021, Thursday // 12:36 | Viewed: 2931

Mandatory Vaccination in Albania

From January 4th, all employees in the public administration, supermarkets and shopping centers in Albania will have to have a certificate of vaccination against COVID-19, otherwise every 5 days they will have to present a negative test result to prove th

World » Southeast Europe | December 27, 2021, Monday // 09:36 | Viewed: 5153

From December 19, Greece will be Entered only with a Test

As of Sunday (December 19th), Greece is introducing a mandatory negative coronavirus test for those entering the country, whether or not they have been vaccinated. Citizens must submit a PCR test done up to 72 hours before arrival or an antigen test up to

World » Southeast Europe | December 18, 2021, Saturday // 12:11 | Viewed: 2686

Dramatic Increase in COVID-19 Infection in Balkan Countries

Countries in the region still see a dramatic increase in the number of new coronavirus infections. With the exception of an increase in the number of new coronaviruses in Slovenia and Croatia, the worst situation on Wednesday is in Romania, where there ar

World » Southeast Europe | October 28, 2021, Thursday // 10:43 | Viewed: 4089

For the Serbian Patriarch, North Macedonia does not exist

The Serbian Orthodox Church, the most loyal ally of modern Serbian chauvinism in the Balkans, began celebrations on the 700th anniversary of the death of King Stefan II Milutin (1282-29 October 1321) in RN Macedonia, but without inviting local scholars

World » Southeast Europe | October 26, 2021, Tuesday // 07:49 | Viewed: 4127

Local Elections are being Held in North Macedonia

1,824,864 people have the right to vote. 301 candidates are running for mayor and 10,600 for municipal councilors. Twelve candidates are running for mayor of the capital, Skopje. The second round of elections will take place on October 31.

World » Southeast Europe | October 17, 2021, Sunday // 11:13 | Viewed: 2842

44 Percent of Adults in North Macedonia have been Vaccinated

A total of 791,141 people have been fully vaccinated in the Republic of North Macedonia by October 4th, and 425 have received a third booster dose, the country's health ministry announced on Tuesday, MIA reported.

World » Southeast Europe | October 6, 2021, Wednesday // 09:21 | Viewed: 2545

Protests and Political Instability in Slovenia Before EU-Western Balkans Summit

In the past three weeks, three protests with a record number of protesters in Slovenia’s history, took place in the country. The demands were early elections and the abolition of binding measures regarding COVID-19

World » Southeast Europe | October 4, 2021, Monday // 20:36 | Viewed: 4588

Entering North Macedonia will Require Vaccination Certificate Starting September 1

From September 1, local and foreign citizens will be able to enter the territory of the Republic of North Macedonia with either a certificate that they have received at least two doses of vaccine against COVID-19

World » Southeast Europe | August 18, 2021, Wednesday // 11:01 | Viewed: 2326

Greece: Bulgarian Tourists Evacuated as Wild Fires Continue amid Extreme Heatwave

The fight against the fire on the Greek peninsula of the Peloponnese continues.

World » Southeast Europe | August 2, 2021, Monday // 14:14 | Viewed: 4458

Turkey: Images from Space Show Dramatic Scenes of Fires in Turkey

High-resolution photos were taken by the American observation satellite WorldView-2 from Maxar from an altitude of 770 km.

World » Southeast Europe | August 2, 2021, Monday // 13:21 | Viewed: 3215
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