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The European Parliament's Assessments on Sanctions

The recent resolution adopted by the European Parliament underscores mounting concerns regarding loopholes within the sanctions regime and their inadequate enforcement. Of significant worry is the diminishing effectiveness of these sanctions. The resolution highlights the surge in imports from nations processing Russian oil, notably India, which serves as a potential 'back door' for the European Union (EU), allowing Russian oil revenue to flow back to Russia through intermediary countries such as China, the UAE, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Serbia, and Turkey.

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11 Ara 2023

• NATO's peacekeeping mission in Kosovo , KFOR, has declined a Serbian government request to send up to 1,000 police and army personnel to Kosovo after clashes between Serbs and the Kosovo authorities, Serbia's President Aleksandar Vucic said on Sunday.

09 Oca 2023

• NATO's KFOR force removed roadblocks in Kosovo that ethnic Serbs have put on, in the weeks-long standoff between Serbia and Kosovo. After removing two burnt-out trucks from a key road in Kosovo, an EU spokesperson said they welcome the de-escalation of tensions as the bloc expects Serbs living in Kosovo to end their protest against government institutions.

05 Oca 2023

This week, Aposto Europe publishes Year in Review issues where they wrap up the developments through in 2022. 2022 in Review: Sports & Culture • Swiss tennis legend Roger Federer has retired after a 24-year career filled to the brim with success. The 41-year-old player announced the news by posting a recording of himself reading a heartwarming letter, which he ended with: “Finally, to the game of tennis: I love you and will never leave you.” 2022 in Revie...Devamını Oku

31 Ara 2022

• In the Netherlands, a new four-party coalition government took office with Mark Rutte as prime minister. • In Hungary, Viktor Orbán was elected prime minister for the fourth time with 57% of the vote. • In Serbia, President Aleksandar Vučić won the presidential elections for the second time. Vučić became the first person to be elected president of the country twice. • Emmanuel Macron , the candidate of the Republican March Party, won the presidential elections in...Devamını Oku

29 Ara 2022

• 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

• South Korea said that the crypto-fugitive Do Kwon is hiding in Serbia, after the $40 billion collapse of the terraUSD and Luna tokens. Kwon was charged with fraud and breaches of capital markets law, and Interpol issued an international warrant for his arrest in September.

13 Ara 2022

• Serb protestors in northern Kosovo blocked main roads over the weekend and exchanged fire with police Saturday night following the arrest of a Serb policeman amid rising tensions between authorities and Kosovo’s Serb minority. via Reuters What they’re saying: Serbia’s President Aleksandar Vucic said on Sunday he would ask the NATO-led peacekeeping force in Kosovo to permit the deployment of 1,000 Serb troops in the Serb-populated north of Kosovo, claiming...Devamını Oku

12 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

• The EU failed to defuse tensions between Kosovo and Serbia after the bloc's high representative Josep Borrell invited the countries' leaders for emergency talks, but said both parties showed "unconstructive behavior" and did not agree on a solution, blaming them for failing to settle a dispute over vehicle license plates.

22 Kas 2022