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Belgrade Media Report 19 April

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LOCAL PRESS

• Dacic: Greater Albania biggest threat to peace in Balkans (Tanjug/RTS/Beta)
• Stefanovic: Dangerous and irresponsible statement by Rama (RTS/Tanjug)
• Djuric to Rama: Impolite to eye parts of foreign territories (RTS)
• Achievements of Brussels dialogue are at stake (RTS)
• EU reacts to Rama’s statement (Beta)
• NATO concerned about Rama’s statement (Beta)
• Djuric with EULEX representatives on attacks on Serbs (FoNet)
• Gojkovic: MPs elect and dismiss parliament speaker (Politika)
• Serbs targeted in new incident in Kosovska Mitrovica (RTS/Tanjug)
• Protests continue across Serbia (Beta)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina
• HNS Presidency holds session in Mostar; Covic: HDZ B&H will send amendments to B&H Election Law in parliamentary procedure in next five to six days (TV1)
• B&H MoD finds Dodik’s speech on Day of RS Army disputable (Nezavisne/Glas Srpske/BN TV)
• Dodik sends open letter to Bishop Komarica saying his untruthful statements do not contribute to peace and coexistence (RTRS)
• Cormack: OHR will stay until B&H becomes functional country (BHT1)
Montenegro
• Koenders: Vast majority of Dutch MPs support Montenegro in NATO (CDM)
fYROM
• Parliament filibuster continues, debate focused on the Tirana platform (MIA)
• The way out of the crisis is up to the Macedonian parties, says Ahmeti after meeting with Bildt (Meta)
• Gruevski has informed Bildt about “the priorities that are well known to the public” (Meta)
• Zaev meets with four ambassadors: Macedonia must continue with the democratic processes (Meta)
Albania
• Basha: Formation of a technical government, opposition’s main non-negotiable condition (ATA)
• Rama: Germany’s message was clear (ATA)
• Rama: Vetting, irreversible process, it may be delayed, but not stopped (ATA)
• Parliament approves establishment of two ad-hoc vetting committees (ADN)

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SOURCES

• Kukan: Without respecting the rule of law there is no EU accession (European Western Balkans)

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Belgrade Media Report 18 April

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LOCAL PRESS

• Vucic: Serbia is secular; State and Church agree on key issues (B92/Tanjug)
• Djuric: ZSO to help Serb people to act towards survival (RTS/Tanjug)
• Miscevic: Belgrade has done everything to continue dialogue (TV N1)
• Vucic says he has no information that Croatia has S-300 (B92)
• Vulin: Rama wants to blackmail EU by threatening with war (RTS)
• Serbian Chamber of Commerce: Milanovic Inzjenering, Albanian Delia Group sign partnership agreement (Beta)
• Masked Albanians shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ assault Serb man (Tanjug)
• Ugljanin congratulates Erdogan (RTS)
• Germany ready to commit itself to Western Balkans (Danas)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina
• Izetbegovic: HDZ B&H unilaterally launches changes to B&H Election Law which is impossible; Covic denies HDZ B&H blackmails SDA (TV1)
• Izetbegovic counts on four SDA MPs to adopt Law on Excise Duties (TV1)
• Karamatic’s statement on revival of Herzeg-Bosnia sparks reactions (TV1)
• Mostar SDA and HDZ B&H disagree with Inzko’s statement on Mostar (Oslobodjenje)
• American Croats lobbying for changes to Law on Elections and reorganization of Federation of B&H (Vecernji list)
Croatia
• Russia denies it sent weapons to Croatia in early 1990s (T portal/Vecernji list)
Montenegro
• Indictment against Mandic and Knezevic submitted (RTCG)
• Draft law submitted to parliament (RTCG)
fYROM
• Carl Bildt in surprise visit to Macedonia (Meta/Lokalno.mk)
• Ivanov: Even if a parliament speaker is elected I will not assign the mandate (Meta)
• SDSM: We shall unblock parliament in accordance with the Rules, the Constitution, and the laws (Meta)
Albania
• President remains optimistic political parties will reach solution to crisis (ATA)
• Gabriel: Implement vetting, end parliament boycott (ATA)
• General Elections- Draft decision on “parliamentary mandates” at Law Committee (ADN)

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SOURCES

• Kosovo’s Cover-Up of Ethnic Cleansing of Serbian Christian Minority Continues (Sputnik)
• Albanian prime minister: EU faces ‘nightmare’ if Balkan hopes fade (Politico)

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Belgrade Media Report 13 April

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LOCAL PRESS

• Gabriel to Vucic: Normalization of relations with Pristina unavoidable condition for Serbia’s EU accession (RTS/Beta/Politika)
• Dacic, Gabriel: Improvement of overall cooperation with Germany (Beta/RTS)
• Nikolic receives Zhang (Tanjug/Novosti/Politika)
• Monument to philosopher Confucius unveiled in Belgrade (Tanjug)
• Mihajlovic: Government has no jurisdiction over any of protesters’ demands (Politika/Beta)
• Threats should be taken seriously (Politika)
• Protests continue in Belgrade and other towns (Beta)
• Preparations for possible SNS counter gathering (Novosti)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina
• B&H CoM removes from agenda records from extraordinary telephone session; Initiative for the removal of the CoM of B&H to be launched (BN TV/RTRS)
• Izetbegovic denies plans to file the motion disputing the name of RS, talks about Dodik, Vucic and McCain (TV1)
• Covic: Abolition of cantons would mean blockade of all processes in B&H (Vecernji list)
• Ljubic: Who should elect Croat representatives if not Croats? (Vecernji list)
• Croats ready to establish parallel institutions if Bosniaks reject their proposals (EuroBlic)

Montenegro
• Senator John McCain: Russian behavior unacceptable (RTCG)
• Trump and Stoltenberg welcomed Montenegro as the 29th NATO member (CDM)
• No extradition until the end of proceedings (Pobjeda)

fYROM
• Parliament filibuster over the Tirana platform continues (MIA)
• British Ambassador Garrett criticizes filibuster in parliament (MIA)
• MFA’s reaction to Kotzias: Greece should not be worried – Irredentism is not characteristic for Macedonia (Meta)

Albania
• Mogherini and Hahn call on Albanian parties to complete formation of vetting bodies (ATA)
• General Elections-CEC: 45 parties registered (ATA)

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SOURCES

• Macedonia’s Crisis Damages Relations With Albania (BIRN)

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Belgrade Media Report 12 April

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LOCAL PRESS

• High level of political relations between Serbia, China (Tanjug/RTS)
• Djuric: China, Serbia friends forever (RTS)
• Support of OSCE in drafting statute of Community of Serbian municipalities (RTS/Tanjug)
• Daut Haradinaj continues with threats (RTS/RTK2)
• Greek Defense Minister visits Greek soldiers within KFOR (RTS)
• Vucic wins in repeat elections (Beta/RTS/Tanjug)
• DS demands dismissal of REM members (Beta)
• Protests continue across Serbia (Beta)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina
• HR Inzko informs AFET about situation in B&H (Hayat)
• US Senator McCain visits B&H (TV1)
• Dodik calls on SDS to vote for dismissal of B&H CoM (RTRS)
• B&H Presidency holds session, no support to Ivanic’s proposal (N1)
• SDA plans to file motion to B&H Constitutional Court to declare the name of the RS unconstitutional (Nezavisne)
fYROM
• Parliament filibuster continues for 11th day in a row (MIA)
• Tirana has nothing to do with the platform of the Albanians in Macedonia, says Rama (Meta)
• Althauser: Parliament should organize itself and elect a government (Meta)
• Kotzias: Those who refused to negotiate about the name, will now not allow a government to be formed (Meta)
Albania
• Parliament approves ad-hoc parliamentary vetting committee (ATA)
• Rama – There is no crisis, elections will be held (ATA)

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SOURCES

• Serbia – An Autocracy Blessed by EU and Russia (Intelligencer Post)

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Belgrade Media Report 10 April

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LOCAL PRESS

• Vucic, McCain: Talks in three directions (B92)
• McCain and Stefanovic attend joint exercise (Radio Belgrade)
• Vucic urges Pristina and Brussels to resume dialogue (RTS/Beta)
• Djuric condemns Haradinaj’s threats (Tanjug)
• Rikalo: Request submitted for Serb List to be registered as party (RTS)
• Gojkovic: Protests are political (Tanjug/TV Pink)
• Jankovic’s staff announce criminal charges (Beta/Danas)
• Police, army trade unions rally with students (Beta)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina
• B&H HoR could discuss Law on Excise Duties in urgent procedure (BHT 1)
• EUSR Wigemark: Political culture in B&H is very crisis-oriented (Face TV)
• Door of Europe are open for Dodik (EuroBlic)
• Radoncic: Izetbegovic should leave political scene (Nezavisne novine)
• Cerar: Slovenia strongly advocate Euro-Atlantic integration of B&H (Dnevni avaz)
Croatia
• McCain meets with high-ranking officials of Croatia (HRT)
Montenegro
• Montenegro ordered Nikic’s extradition (Pobjeda)
• Boskovic: Russia is in a continuous attack on Montenegro (CDM)
fYROM
• Gjorcev: SDSM cannot prevent the remaining MPs from discussions (Meta)
• Gruevski: There will be a serious reaction if SDSM attempts to violate the Rules and Regulations (Meta)
• If necessary, the MOI is prepared to defend Parliament (Meta)
Albania
• Political crisis, Basha meeting with former Socialist MP (ADN)
• PS-PD attempts for dialogue, Bylykbashi letter to PM staff (ADN)

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SOURCES

• NATO official hopes Serbia-Kosovo tensions will ease after vote (Reuters)
• A Serbian Election Erodes Democracy (The New York Times)

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Belgrade Media Report 06 April

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LOCAL PRESS

• Dacic: Kosovo not a UN member so it cannot sue Serbia (Beta/RTS)
• Dacic: Serbia-Spain relations at high level (Beta)
• Drecun: New game by Pristina (B92)
• Jablanovic again heads Serb List (Politika)
• Vulin not informed about replacement at helm of Serb List (Beta)
• Stojanovic: Jablanovic doesn’t have support of Serb List (RTS)
• Chepurin: Vucic received mandate to continue his policy (RTS)
• Improving overall strategic partnership between China, Serbia (RTS)
• Dikovic, Benko meet in Hajdukovo (Beta)
• RIK announces repeat voting after which it will announce final results (RTV/RTS)
• List with students’ demands (Danas/Beta)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina
• B&H HoR’s majority votes against adoption of amendments to Law on Excise Duties in urgent procedure (N1/TV1/RTRS)
• Johnson meets Zvizdic, Crnadak, affirms UK’s support on reform path (N1)
Croatia
• Poll: HDZ losing support, SDP and MOST gaining (Hina)
Montenegro
• Analysts: Vucic’s victory will not change relations between Montenegro and Serbia (Pobjeda)
• Government is preparing law on protocol ratification (Pobjeda)
fYROM
• EP mediators again urge for formation of new Macedonia’s government without delay (MIA)
• Poposki: Restoring of EU prospect necessary for settling Macedonia’s political crisis (MIA)
• Almost all of SDSM MPs left parliament session (Meta)
Albania
• Political crisis in Albania, everyone prepared for a solution, no concrete steps (ATA)

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SOURCES

• Serbia’s president-elect on his critics, Merkel and the outlook for the region (Politico)
• Brussels is Letting Bosnia’s Reform Agenda Slip Away (BIRN)
• Croatia Opposition MPs Take ‘Agrokor Law’ to Task (BIRN)

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Belgrade Media Report 04 April

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LOCAL PRESS

• Latest RIK results (FoNet)
• Vucic: Protests are alright as long as they are peaceful (Beta/B92)
• Djuric: Great Vucic’s victory in Kosovo and Metohija (Tanjug)
• Vucic won more votes than Nikolic and Tadic together in 2012 (RTS)
• PACE observers: Campaign peaceful, election commission transparent (Beta)
• Friendly relations between Serbia, Turkey give important contribution to regional peace (Beta)
• Scott: Vucic’s victory a commitment to prosperous Serbia (Tanjug)
• Kosachov: Vucic to choose between EU and Russia (Beta)
• What are the jurisdictions of the president of Serbia? (RTS)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina
• Covic meets Vucic, Plenkovic, Vujanovic at separate meetings in Mostar (N1)
• Vucic meets Ivanic, Vujanovic; discus economic issues as well as current situation in region (N1)
• Covic hosts informal dinner attended by regional leaders; discuss current political situation (FTV)
Croatia
• PM: Croatia advocates B&H EU journey and equality of Croats (Hina)
Montenegro
• Rama: When I am in Montenegro, I feel like in Albania (CDM)
• Ananije Nikic, a suspect in coup case, arrested in Moscow (Dnevne novine)
fYROM
• Tusk to Ivanov: Find a solution based on democratic principles and common sense (Meta)
• Zaev expects Tusk to offer precise suggestions to end Macedonia crisis (MIA)
• Bushati: Involving the Albanian platform into the Constitution will have positive effects (Meta)
Albania
• Political crisis, Meta meets with PJIU leader Idrizi (ADN)

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SOURCES

• I’m Here to Help: Outgoing Serbian President Congratulates Vucic on Victory (Sputnik)
• Serbia’s prime minister just became president. What’s wrong with this picture? (Washington Post)
• Albanian foreign minister: New Balkan alliances oppose tribunals (EurActiv)

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Belgrade Media Report 03 April

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LOCAL PRESS

• Vucic wins presidential elections in first round (RTS/RTV/Beta/Tanjug)
• Vucic wins 44.7 votes in Belgrade (Blic)
• Vucic: Important day to show direction Serbia wants to go (B92/Tanjug)
• SNS: Vucic received 80 percent of votes in Kosovo and Metohija (FoNet)
• Statements by other presidential candidates (RTS)
• Foreign diplomats congratulate Vucic on his victory (RTS/N1)
• President of Belarus congratulated Aleksandar Vucic on his victory (N1)
• Nikolic to be president until 31 May (B92)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina
• Serbian presidential elections; reactions from B&H (Fena/Srna/RTRS)
• Voting in Serbian presidential elections take place at two polling stations in B&H (TV1)
• Dodik: By refusing to support Law on Excise Duties, SDS is playing political game at state level (RTRS)
• Dodik: SNSD MPs will not attend B&H HoR’s session on 5 April (Fena)
Croatia
• Grabar-Kitarovic congratulates Vucic on election victory (Hina)
Montenegro
• Membership in NATO will not endanger relations with Serbia (CDM)
• Membership fee in NATO published (CDM)
• Prime Ministers of Montenegro and Albania congratulates Vucic on election victory (N1)
fYROM
• VMRO-DPMNE presents “Manifesto for a Unified Macedonia” (Meta)
• Ivanov congratulates Vucic on Serbian presidential election (MIA)
Albania
• Rama-Meta 4 hours dinner to decide the future of the coalition (ADN)

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SOURCES

• EU Congratulates Vucic On ‘Convincing’ Win, Hopes EU Path Remains (RFE/RL)
• Putin congratulates Vucic on winning Serbian presidential election (TASS)

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Belgrade Media Report 29 March

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LOCAL PRESS

• Vucic not to visit Kosovo due to conditioning of Kosovo (RTS)
• Roads towards Leposavic blocked (RTS/Beta)
• Djuric: Blockades – attack on freedom of movement of Serbs (Tanjug/RTS)
• Kocijancic: Authorities in Kosovo to ensure conditions for people to attend meetings ahead of Serbian presidential elections (Tanjug)
• RIK appoints members of electoral boards (RTS/Tanjug)
• Popovic: Talks on Kosovo must be returned to UN (Tanjug)
• Canak: Vucic cannot count on our votes (Tanjug)
• BIRODI: In prime time news Vucic given 250 minutes more than all other candidates together (Beta)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina
• B&H CoM passes amendments to Law on Excise Duties (TV1)
• Declaration on Protection of General Framework Agreement for Peace in B&H and Accelerated Path to EU sparks heated discussion in RS Assembly (BN TV)
• Dodik condemns Declaration on Protection of General Framework Agreement for Peace in B&H (RTRS)
• Prosecutor’s Office investigates Softic (Dnevni avaz)
• Interdepartmental Task Force for Amendments to Election Law of B&H holds session (BHT1)
• EUFOR warns politicians in B&H: If needed, we are prepared to intervene (Nezavisne)
• Covic met with Head of the EU Delegation to B&H Wigemark (Nezavisne)
fYROM
• VMRO-DPMNE and DUI with counter-arguments regarding the Law on Languages at Parliament (Meta)
• VMRO-DPMNE proposed a “Signpost” or a specific agreement between the parties for solving the crisis (Meta)
• MEP Fleckenstein: EU to offer democratic measures as initial attempt for resolving Macedonia’s political crisis (MIA)
Albania
• SMI: Elections cannot be developed without opposition (ADN)

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SOURCES

• US Senate backs Montenegro’s membership of NATO (EurActiv/Reuters)
• BiEPAG in EP: The Crisis of Democracy in the Western Balkans – Authoritarianism and EU Stabilitocracy (European Parliament TV)
• Albania heads for potentially the worst political crisis in 20 years political crisis as Democrats threaten election boycott (IntelliNews)

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Belgrade Media Report 28 March

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LOCAL PRESS

• Putin, Vucic: Relations will develop positively (Beta/Tanjug/RTS)
• Djordjevic: Overhauling of MiGs to take place in Serbia (RTS)
• Kuburovic: No reason for France not to extradite Haradinaj (RTS/Beta)
• Djuric briefs Hellbach on Belgrade-Pristina dialogue (Tanjug)
• DJB calls OSCE to count votes in Kosovo (Tanjug)
• Seselj: OSCE manipulates with votes (Novosti)
• Association of Families of Kidnapped, Killed Persons in Kosovo supports Vucic (Novosti)
• Stamatovic would rebuild institutions as Serbia’s new president (Beta)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina
• NATO might activate MAP even without registering of prospective military property to B&H (EuroBlic)
• Dodik: Bosniaks will never give up on attempts to abolish RS (Glas Srpske)
• Dodik announces he will meet President Putin in July (Fena)
• Resolution from Federation of B&H is attempt of Bosniak domination over Croats (Vecernji list)
Montenegro
• Why the coup failed: DF incompetent, Velimirovic ratted out the plan (Dnevne novine)
• EU enlargement continues (RTCG)
fYROM
• BESA will not support SDSM and DUI choice for Parliament Speaker (MIA)
• “For United Macedonia” initiative stages protest in Skopje (MIA)
• Zaev believes Parliament session will pave way for an SDSM led Government (MIA)
• EC: Council decides on opening of accession negotiations (MIA)
Albania
• Fleckenstein advises Albanian opposition (ADN)
• Opposition’s firm decision: No elections with Rama as PM (ADN)
• Opposition’s protest, maximal support by US (ADN)

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SOURCES

• Few Foreign Observers to Monitor Serbian Elections (BIRN)
• Why NATO continues to divide the Balkans (Eurasia Times)
• In defiant jab at Russia, Senate all but assured to approve Montenegro’s NATO bid (The Washington Post)

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Belgrade Media Report 22 March

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LOCAL PRESS

• Responsible policy of Serbia as factor of stability in Western Balkans (Beta/Tanjug)
• Visit of Vucic to Moscow proof of improving relations (RTS/Beta)
• Serbia grateful to N. Korea for stance on Kosovo (Beta/B92)
• Nikolic: Retirement does not mean I will stop working (Novosti/Politika)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina
• State-level coalition in B&H in serious crisis (FTV)
• SNSD and DNS parliamentarians to continue to boycott sessions of B&H Parliament (Oslobodjenje)
• Moore criticizes Izetbegovic for not sharing fact about Softic’s status with citizens and coalition partners (Nezavisne)
• Federation of B&H HoR adopts resolution that condemns federalization; Croats left the session (TV1)
Montenegro
• Dikic should have handed the phone over to a DF politician? (Pobjeda)
• Husovic: DPS-BS coalition doesn’t need to last forever (Dan)
• Radunovic: There is no crisis in DPS-BS coalition (Pobjeda)
fYROM
• SDSM leader expects government mandate, resumption of parliament’s work (MIA)
• Ahmeti: We are part of the majority and we will not breach the agreement (Meta)
• BESA leader: Hahn asks for state interests to prevail towards settling the crisis (MIA)
• Solution to political crisis lies in the institutions, says party leader Sela (MIA)
• Protesters told Hahn that he is not welcomed and voiced anti-EU slogans (MIA)
• Parties agree number of seats in the Committee on Elections and Appointments (MIA)

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SOURCES

• EU to Macedonia: ‘Stop playing with fire’ (EUobserver)
• Russia, Bosnia sign deal settling Soviet-era debt (Associated Press)

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Belgrade Media Report 21 March

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LOCAL PRESS

• Vucic, Fleckenstein: Serbia factor of peace in Western Balkans (RTS/Tanjug)
• Djuric: Serbian state to preserve its institutions in Kosovo and Metohija (Novosti/Beta)
• Will Serbs in Kosovo vote in presidential elections? (Tanjug/B92)
• New trial against Ivanovic to open on 24 March (Politika)
• EC resumes proceedings against Serbia over Russian gas (Beta)
• Russian electoral commission to monitor presidential elections in Serbia (Beta/Politika)
• Two suspects from Kosovo caught smuggling 13 kilos of drugs (Beta)

REGIONAL PRESS

Bosnia & Herzegovina
• Session of B&H HoP postponed due to lack of quorum (BN TV)
• Covic: Political situation in B&H is concerning (FTV)
• Ivanic: Bosniak-Croat relations in Federation of B&H are creating crisis in B&H (Srna)
• Prosecutor’s Office of B&H receives criminal reports filed by NDP against Softic and Izetbegovic (TV1)
• Crnadak: Commission for investigating case of opening of ICJ’s letter to Ivanic continues its work (EuroBlic)
• Former ICTY Prosecutor requested one million EUR to work on revision of ICJ’s ruling in case of B&H’s lawsuit against Serbia (Glas Srpske)
Croatia
• Citizen of Montenegro arrested for war crimes in Croatia (Hina)
Montenegro
• Coalition can be terminated (Dan)
• Russian influence without long term consequence (RTCG)
• Montenegro to join EU through urgent procedure? (Dnevne novine)
• Vote for demarcation (RTCG)
fYROM
• SDSM refuses proposal for early elections, wants to form a government (MIA)
• Brussels will not comment on “Gruevski’s platform”: We haven’t seen it and we won’t speculate (Meta)
• President Ivanov extends gratitude for Hungary’s initiative on rejecting so-called ‘Tirana platform’ (MIA)
• Hahn will not meet with “For a United Macedonia”, nor is there confirmation for Ivanov (Meta)
• Macedonia should remain on its EU and NATO path: French Ambassador (MIA)
Albania
• Xharra: The crisis in Macedonia is a result of the clash between Russia and the West (Zeri.info)
• Basha threatens PM: Resign or you will end like Mussolini! (ADN)

INTERNATIONAL MEDIA SOURCES

• In Serbian election, the comedy candidate is no joke (Reuters)

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