Bosnia Economy

Another ‘non-paper’ shakes Kosovo and Serbian leaders

Another day, another “non-paper” in the Western Balkans. Hardly had the dust settled on a diplomatic dispute between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovenia over the content of a “non-paper” allegedly sent by Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Janša to European Council President Charles Michel describing the in-depth redistribution of borders in …

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EU efforts to repatriate Afghan asylum seekers dangerous | Refugees

Currently, there are approximately 2.6 million registered Afghan refugees worldwide. In 2020, Afghan refugees were the second largest group of asylum seekers in continental Europe, having fled Afghanistan for a variety of reasons including persecution, conflict, economic hardship and climate-induced displacement. Each person has a different reason, in many cases …

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Serbian president downplays Bosnian tensions and rewards

Aleksandar Vucic (dark costume), President of Serbia and Milorad Dodik (right), Serbian member of the Bosnian Presidency. Photo: EPA / Vladimir Stojakovic A high-level delegation from Serbia led by the President visited Banjka Luka, the administrative center of the Bosnian-Serb entity Republika Srpska, where President Aleksandar Vucic received the honorary …

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