Bosnia ile ilgili hikayeler

• Croatia joined Europe’s ID-check-free Schengen zone and started using the European currency as of Jan. 1. The adoption of the euro and no passport control to travel to the other EU countries will offer 4 million Croatians the freedom to cross borders and do business more easily. It also means that Croatia took over from Slovenia the task of applying strict border controls over its eastern border with non-EU neighbors, Bosnia, Serbia, and Montenegro. The quote: ECB ...Devamını Oku

02 Oca 2023

• Kosovo formally applied to join the EU , which caused Serbia —Kosovo's long-lasting contentious neighbor— to react with anger and call on the bloc to cancel the process. Serbia said they will ask five EU states that do not recognize Kosovo to block the initiative. On a related note: Chancellor Olaf Scholz said it is in Germany's interest for the remaining Balkan countries to join the EU. Scholz welcomed the decisions to grant Bosnia candidate status and to accept ...Devamını Oku

15 Ara 2022

• EU member states agreed to recommend Bosnia to be granted candidate member status as the war in Ukraine speeds up the bloc’s enlargement process, especially in Western Balkans. The decision needs to be formally approved by leaders in a summit set to gather on Thursday.

14 Ara 2022

• Leaders from the EU and Western Balkans gathered at a summit in Albania to work on strengthening their partnership, giving more concrete signs that Albania, Bosnia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Serbia might have a place in the bloc as Russia's war in Ukraine threatens security. European Council President Charles Michel underlined the bloc's energy support to the region as proof of their commitment. European Council About Bosnia: EU leaders may ...Devamını Oku

07 Ara 2022

• Thousands in Bosnia gathered to commemorate the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, as fifty newly identified victims were honored and reburied, among more than 6000 victims that were killed by Bosnian Serbs.

12 Tem 2022

⚡️ Lightning Round Sweden's Justice Minister Morgan Johansson narrowly survived a no-confidence vote in parliament that could otherwise have led the country towards another crisis, as the PM had said the whole government would resign if Johansson lost parliament's support, just as it seeks to join NATO. Cyprus accused Turkey of seeking full control over the separatist north of the island, and will file a formal complaint to the UN, Cyprus President Nicos Anastas...Devamını Oku

08 Haz 2022