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August 03, 2022
Montenegro Government Signs Controversial Agreement With Serbian Orthodox Church
Montenegro's government has signed an agreement that regulates its relations with the powerful Serbian Orthodox Church despite criticism from the pro-European political forces, arguing that the deal would help heal deep internal divisions.
July 01, 2022
Montenegrin President Urges Calm Over Government Deal With Serbian Church
Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic has downplayed a seemingly imminent agreement between the government in Podgorica and the Serbian Orthodox Church in an effort to ease tensions in his fractious Balkan coastal state.
June 23, 2022
Balkan Leaders Frustrated Over Stalled EU Membership Bids As Bloc Moves To Grant Candidate Status To Ukraine, Moldova
The leaders of six Balkan countries complained on June 23 about the lack of progress on their bids to join the European Union just as the bloc was prepared to grant Ukraine and Moldova candidate status.
June 20, 2022
EU Rapporteur Adds To Pressure For Brussels To Give Balkans 'Something' Amid Ukraine Push
A European Parliament rapporteur for Kosovo has said ahead of this week's decision on possible candidate status for Ukraine and two other post-Soviet republics that the bloc "must also give something" to hopeful members in the Western Balkans.
April 28, 2022
Montenegro Elects New Minority Government That Aims To Speed Up EU Membership Process
Montenegro's parliament on April 28 approved a new minority government led by Prime Minister Dritan Abazovic, who said a main goal of the new government is to unblock the process of European integration.
April 26, 2022
From Mariupol To Montenegro: A Ukrainian Boy And His Parrot Find Refuge
When 10-year-old Zahar Shvets fled Mariupol, he could not leave behind his beloved pet parrot, Sonic. Now, along with his mother, Halyna, they have found sanctuary in Montenegro after the owner of an apartment reached out on social media, citing her own memories of the 1990s Balkan wars..
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German-Built Howitzers Pound Russian Targets In Ukraine3
Explosions Hit Military Airport In Ukraine's Russia-Annexed Crimea, Killing One Person4
Ukrainian Tanks, Artillery Defy Russian Forces Near Bakhmut5
Ukraine Says Positions In East Shelled To Prevent Troop Transfers, Plot To Kill Top Officials Foiled6
Ukraine Unleashes A 'Hurricane' Of Rockets Against Russian Forces7
Ukrainian Farmer Says Russian Occupiers Barbecued 100 Cows And Stole His Equipment8
UN Chief Calls For International Access To Ukrainian Nuclear Plant After New Attack9
How Viktor Orban Is Using Sports To Expand Hungary's Influence Abroad10
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