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The Balkans will not be isolated after Croatia joins the EU and I do not see any reason to stop the EU enlargement, Croatias President Ivo Josipovi has said. Ivo Josipovi (FoNet, file) I believe in the future of Bosnia-Herzegovina, he told Turkish
They turned football stadiums into battlegrounds and then fought real wars. Now, nearly 20 years after the wars ended, the Balkan states are mulling the formation of a joint football league, hoping to give a new life to the once-thriving competition.
Croatian FM Vesna Pusi and Slovenian State Secretary Tone Kajzer have initialed a memorandum of understanding that should solve a bank dispute. The memorandum of understanding was initialed in Zagreb and it represents a solution for Ljubljanska Banka.
Whether the name of the war-scarred town on the Danube is written in the Latin or Cyrillic alphabet is a sensitive question. Croatia's upcoming entry into the European Union is forcing residents of the Balkan country to answer it. More than twenty
Croatian and Slovenian Foreign Ministers Vesna Pusi and Karlo Erjavec failed to reach a final solution for Ljubljanska Banka on Tuesday night in Brussels. The ministers did not manage to agree on the beginning of a ratification of Croatias EU
The International Criminal Court for the former Yugoslavia ordered the release of Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac and reversed all of their convictions. Gotovina and Markac participated in an ethnic cleansing operation in Croatia's Krajina region
The Syrian opposition has been notoriously fractured, so the goal of forging unity among what have hitherto been disparate groups clearly makes sense. What makes no sense but should be no surprise is Washington's typical heavy-handedness in trying to
The Philippines is looking at Croatia as a gateway for exporting bananas, pineapples, coconut and mangoes to the Balkan region, among other places. This was one of the areas of cooperation discussed during Monday's subministerial meeting between
The police and the public prosecution in Croatia "are considering" launching procedures against Split Mayor and Croatian parliament member eljko Kerum. eljko Kerum (file) Kerum, who was previously quoted as saying that he "did not wish to have a Serb
Ivo Josipovi (FoNet, file) According to a release issued by his cabinet, Josipovi is especially concerned about the fact that the allegations were made by the head of the Croatian State Archives Archbishop Archive. Croatian historian and priest