Tag: Kosovo

  • The EU extends the travel agreement to Kosovo

    The EU extends the travel agreement to Kosovo

    If approved by the European Parliament, residents of the disputed province would be able to enter the bloc freely for up to 90 days The European Council has adopted a measure to give Kosovo passport holders the freedom to enter the EU without a visa for up to 90 days. The move comes as Brussels […]

  • Several nations are sending search and rescue teams to Trkiye

    Several nations are sending search and rescue teams to Trkiye

    ANKARA – Several nations have dispatched search and rescue teams to southern Trkiye in the wake of two deadly earthquakes that hit 10 provinces. Azerbaijan was the first country to send a team shortly after a Level 4 alert was declared that included a call for international aid in the quake-hit areas. More than 400 […]

  • The US expects Sweden and Finland to join NATO soon

    The US administration is convinced that Sweden and Finland’s formal accession to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) will soon be completed, Foreign Minister Antony Blinken said at a joint press conference after talks with Finnish and Swedish counterparts at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. . “Finland and Sweden are ready to become NATO allies. […]

  • The risk of depression is high as Europe and its neighbors grapple with a cost-of-living crisis

    The risk of depression is high as Europe and its neighbors grapple with a cost-of-living crisis

    New information sheet on Living, working and COVID-19 in the European Union and 10 EU neighboring countries presents a range of results from Eurofound’s fifth round of e-surveys, which for the first time spanned 10 neighboring countries. The spring 2022 survey, which covered EU member states as well as Albania, Kosovo*, North Macedonia, Georgia, Moldova, […]

  • Serbia’s president warns of several winters of fighting

    Serbia’s president warns of several winters of fighting

    Just as it seemed Kyiv was going to win, “the Russians started to fight better,” Aleksandar Vucic said The conflict in Ukraine could last several more winters, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Tuesday, adding that a ceasefire of some kind would be welcome but was unlikely. He commented on the hostilities while visiting Norway, […]

  • Serbia’s president comments on the turn in Ukraine’s conflict

    Serbia’s president comments on the turn in Ukraine’s conflict

    Just as it seemed Kyiv was going to win, “the Russians started to fight better,” Aleksandar Vucic said The conflict in Ukraine could last several more winters, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Tuesday, adding that a ceasefire of some kind would be nice but was unlikely. He commented on the hostilities while visiting Norway, […]

  • Media Literacy Index: Bulgaria is the least able to resist fake news

    Bulgaria is the country in the European Union most unable to withstand the negative effects of fake news and most vulnerable in the fight against it. This shows the Media Literacy Index for 2022, prepared in the framework of the European Policy Initiative (EuPI) of the Open Society Institute – Sofia, and assesses the potential […]

  • Macron’s summit of the European Political Community begins in Prague

    Macron’s summit of the European Political Community begins in Prague

    Leaders from 44 European countries will gather in Prague on Thursday to launch a European political community aimed at boosting security and economic prosperity. Critics say the new forum is an attempt to slow EU enlargement. The meeting in the Czech capital is the idea of ​​French President Emmanuel Macron, with the support of German […]

  • NATO chief: We will welcome Ireland if it wants to join

    NATO chief: We will welcome Ireland if it wants to join

    BRUSSELS, Belgium: NATO has said that Ireland would be welcome to join the European Defense Organization, according to Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg. Stoltenberg acknowledged Ireland’s military neutrality and noted that NATO would never pressure any country to join the alliance. “It’s always something they do of their own free will,” added Stoltenberg, quoted by the Irish […]

  • Russia reveals the number of foreign combatants fighting in Ukraine

    Russia reveals the number of foreign combatants fighting in Ukraine

    More than 500 soldiers came to fight for Kyiv from each of Poland, Canada, the United States and Romania, the Russian military claims Kiev’s claims that tens of thousands of foreign nationals have traveled to Ukraine to join its fight against Moscow are exaggerated, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Friday. It released what it […]

  • Russia claims foreign warriors in Ukraine

    Russia claims foreign warriors in Ukraine

    More than 500 soldiers came to fight for Kyiv from each of Poland, Canada, the United States and Romania, the Russian military claims Kiev’s claims that tens of thousands of foreign nationals have traveled to Ukraine to join its fight against Moscow are exaggerated, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Friday. It released what it […]

  • Zelenskij besöker Ukrainas öst när Ryssland pressar på Donbas

    Zelenskij besöker Ukrainas öst när Ryssland pressar på Donbas

    Ukrainas president Volodymyr Zelensky gjorde i söndags sin första resa till landets krigshärjade öster sedan inledningen av Moskvas invasion, då ryska styrkor intensifierade sina ansträngningar för att erövra nyckelstäder i Donbas-regionen. Läs vår liveblogg för att se hur alla dagens händelser utvecklades. Den här livesidan uppdateras inte längre. För mer av vår bevakning av kriget […]

  • US President Biden welcomes Sweden’s and Finland’s applications to NATO

    US President Biden welcomes Sweden’s and Finland’s applications to NATO

    Washington [US]May 19 (ANI): US President Joe Biden on Thursday welcomed Sweden’s and Finland’s application to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and said it was a significant day and that his government is giving “full, total, full support” to the decisions of the Nordic countries. After talks with Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson […]

  • Denmark to outsource interns

    Denmark to outsource interns

    The Ministers of Justice of Denmark and Kosovo have signed a treaty in which Copenhagen rents 300 prison cells from Pristina Denmark will send foreign nationals convicted in the country to serve their sentences in a Kosovo prison, the countries’ respective justice ministers agreed on Wednesday. Should both sides’ parliament give the green light to […]

  • NATO member promises to block Sweden’s and Finland’s candidacy

    NATO member promises to block Sweden’s and Finland’s candidacy

    Zagreb plans to put its foot down, said the Croatian president Finland and Sweden join NATO “very dangerous charlatanry” and that is equivalent to provoking Russia, Croatian President Zoran Milanovic said on Tuesday. Zagreb will refuse to ratify its membership until the United States and the European Union press neighboring Bosnia and Herzegovina to guarantee […]

  • NATO member promises to block Sweden’s and Finland’s candidacy

    NATO member promises to block Sweden’s and Finland’s candidacy

    Zagreb plans to put its foot down, said the Croatian president The fact that Finland and Sweden join NATO is “very dangerous charlatanry” and is equivalent to provoking Russia, Croatian President Zoran Milanovic said on Tuesday. Zagreb will refuse to ratify its membership until the United States and the European Union press neighboring Bosnia and […]

  • A NATO member says it will block Sweden’s, Finland’s candidacy

    A NATO member says it will block Sweden’s, Finland’s candidacy

    ? We are not asking Finland or Sweden to change its name to Ikea? said the Croatian president The fact that Finland and Sweden join NATO is “very dangerous charlatanry” and is equivalent to provoking Russia, Croatian President Zoran Milanovic said on Tuesday. Zagreb will refuse to ratify its membership until the United States and […]

  • International Round-Up: New bill proposed to send deported criminals to serve time in Kosovo

    International Round-Up: New bill proposed to send deported criminals to serve time in Kosovo

    Minister of Justice Nick Hækkerup has prepared a new bill for consultation, which will implement a new multi-year agreement for the criminal justice system – which was concluded in December 2021 – will give Denmark the opportunity to send deportation convicts to serve their sentences in Kosovo. The new agreement proposes to set aside around […]

  • UN Weekly Roundup: March 5-11, 2022

    UN Weekly Roundup: March 5-11, 2022

    Editor’s note: Here is a quick picture of what the international community has done in the past week, seen from the UN’s perch. UN appeals for safe corridors in Ukraine for civilian, humanitarian On Monday, the UN humanitarian chief appealed for safe passage for civilians fleeing Ukraine and for humanitarian supplies delivering emergency aid to […]

  • International Round-Up: Denmark seeks to export its foreign criminals

    International Round-Up: Denmark seeks to export its foreign criminals

    Too radical for Radicals Radicals thrown out of the negotiations expressed concern about moving prisoners abroad. “Kosovo’s prison system is criticized for corruption, violence between prisoners and poorly trained staff,” said Samira Nawa, Radicals spokeswoman for the trial. “Norway previously had a much-criticized agreement on renting prison places in the Netherlands. We are on a […]

  • The standings for the 2022 World Cup in the European Zone

    PARIS, November 13 (Xinhua) – The following is the standings for the qualifiers for the 2022 European World Cup after matches on Saturday (table of matches played, wins, draws, losses, goals for, goals against and points): Group A Portugal 7 5 2 0 16 4 17 Serbia 7 5 2 0 16 8 17 Luxembourg […]

  • Finland seeks to expand the presence of peacekeepers in operations in Africa

    Finland seeks to expand the presence of peacekeepers in operations in Africa

    Finland’s role in global peacekeeping missions has diminished significantly in recent decades. There are currently 330 people in peacekeeping and crisis management operations around the world. Most of them – about 200 – are in Lebanon, which is currently facing a humanitarian crisis. Small peacekeeping forces have also been sent to Kosovo, Iraq and Mali. […]

  • The EU President will visit Finland to discuss the EUR 2 billion stimulus package

    The EU President will visit Finland to discuss the EUR 2 billion stimulus package

    On Monday, the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen makes his first official visit to Finland. He will discuss current EU affairs with the Prime Minister Sanna Marin (SDP) in Helsinki. During the visit, the Commission will publish its assessment of the Finnish Recovery and Survival Plan (RRP) and present its proposal […]

  • The government will report on efforts in Afghanistan

    The government will report on efforts in Afghanistan

    The government will launch a historical study of Denmark’s involvement in Afghanistan over 20 years. This is stated by Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod (S) to Information. According to Kofod, the investigation must be carried out by independent experts. The idea is backed by the government’s three support parties – SF, the Radicals and the Unity […]

  • International Round-Up: Repatriation of IS women from Syria attracts criticism

    International Round-Up: Repatriation of IS women from Syria attracts criticism

    “Tried as soon as they set foot on Danish soil” Immigration Minister Mattias Tesfaye said the case was currently on fire have some special circumstances and that the PET Intelligence Agency has evaluated security risks and greenlighted repatriation. In May 2021, the government announced the repatriation of three Danish-Syrian women and 19 children detained in […]

  • More than 100,000 vaccine doses from Denmark have arrived in Morocco

    On Sunday, Morocco received 115,000 vaccine doses from Denmark through the international vaccine collaboration Covax. This is stated by Minister for Development Aid Flemming Møller Mortensen (S) on Twitter. Back in July, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that Denmark was sending a total of one million AstraZeneca vaccines to North Africa. The Covax collaboration […]

  • FACTS: This is what the travel guide looks like for Danes

    For countries that are green on the ministry’s map, there are no restrictions. If a country is yellow, it means that you can travel there well, but that you have to be extra careful and take a test when you get home if you have not been vaccinated or previously infected. If a country is […]

  • European Championship qualifiers 2022

    LONDON, September 4 (Xinhua) – The following are the matches in the European Championship qualifier 2022 after matches played on Saturday: Plays on Sunday Group B In Badajoz, Spain Spain v Georgia I Pristina Kosovo v Greece Group C In Sofia Bulgaria vs Lithuania In Basel, Switzerland Switzerland vs Italy Group E In Kazan, Russia […]

  • Former President Ahtisaari will retire from public life after being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s

    Former President Ahtisaari will retire from public life after being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s

    Former President of Finland Martti Ahtisaari has withdrawn from all public commitment since the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease. On Thursday, the Office of the President of the Republic issued a statement on Ahtisaari’s retirement. "President Martti Ahtisaari suffers from Alzheimer’s disease, and due to memory impairment he is treated at home and sometimes in a […]

  • FACTS: This is what the travel guide looks like for the Danes

    If a country is yellow, it means that you can travel there well, but that you have to be extra careful and take a test when you get home if you have not been vaccinated or previously infected. If a country is orange, Denmark advises against unnecessary travel there. If the country is red, all […]

  • From Saturday, the whole of Sweden is yellow in travel guidance

    From Saturday, the whole of Sweden is yellow in travel guidance

    On Friday last week, Sweden – with the exception of southern and western Sweden – was colored yellow in the travel guide. This means that the whole of Sweden is now yellow. It happens due to increasing infection. Malmö, Helsingborg and Lund are some of the larger cities located in southern Sweden, while Gothenburg, among […]

  • Defendant in drug case had millions in the attic

    Defendant in drug case had millions in the attic

    “You have to be careful, careful,” said the man in the house. “We are careful, we are careful, otherwise we would not have kept up until now”, read the assurance from the driver. “Bravo,” replied the quarrel. “Nothing should be underestimated”. The incident from April 2019 was documented on Tuesday in a courtroom in Copenhagen […]

  • Four million were in the attic of the accused in a huge drug case

    He denies being involved in the smuggling of cocaine for several years, along with a number of other Albanian men. The amount stated in the indictment causes the case to swell to the largest so far in Denmark. 9.4 tonnes are on the bottom line. Prosecutor Annika Jensen first asks about the findings that officers […]

  • New degree program for immigrants aims to solve Finland’s nursing shortage

    New degree program for immigrants aims to solve Finland’s nursing shortage

    The 3.5-year Nursing Degree Programme, developed through the TOKASA Project, has received funding from the Ministry of Education and Culture and the Ministry of Employment and Economy under the so-called Talent Boost programme, which aims to increase the number of foreign-born professionals working in Finland. The degree has been created in direct response to Finland’s […]

  • FACTS: Denmark has had forces in Kosovo for 22 years

    Minister of Defense Trine Bramsen (S) was in Kosovo on Friday to show her support for the Danish soldiers’ efforts in the country. Read more about the mission in Kosovo here: * On June 12, 1999, the first NATO soldiers drove into Kosovo, which was then a Serbian province. * Kosovo declared itself an independent […]

  • Danish forces will stay in Kosovo for as long as the tensions

    – As I see it, we will be in Kosovo as long as there are the significant tensions that we see today. An end date cannot be set for this. – But I have no doubt that the Danish presence together with the rest of the NATO contribution – which is now the largest NATO […]

  • Study: Pregnant women’s trauma can be passed on to the child

    Children born to women who have exhibited symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder during pregnancy are also at risk of being affected. This indicates a study by researchers from Denmark, Australia and Kosovo. It writes Kristeligt Dagblad. The study is based on a study of 120 children between the ages of 6 and 17, who were […]

  • Danish short film has been selected for the Cannes Film Festival

    In July, a Danish film may end up coming home with one of the prestigious statuettes from the Cannes Film Festival in the south of France. The Danish short film “Det er i Jorden”, directed by Casper Kjeldsen, has been selected for Best Short Film at the Cannes Film Festival. This is stated by the […]

  • The Swedish men ready for the European Handball Championship

    The Swedish men ready for the European Handball Championship

    The Swedish handball masters have secured a place in the European Championships 2022. After a great victory away against Romania with 31-23, the ticket is ready for the championship which will be decided in Slovakia and Hungary in January next year. Two matches remain in the qualifiers; Montenegro away on Friday and Kosovo at home […]

  • OVERVIEW: 24 countries have picked up children from Syrian prison camps

    OVERVIEW: 24 countries have picked up children from Syrian prison camps

    25 countries – including Denmark – have already brought citizens home from the camps. Among other things, Canada has brought children home, but left the mothers in the camps. Here you can see which countries have repatriated their citizens from the Syrian prison camps: * Albania: 4 children and 1 woman. * Austria: 2 children. […]

  • Vjosa Osmani becomes new president of Kosovo

    Vjosa Osmani becomes new president of Kosovo

    In Kosovo, Parliament today formally appointed Vjosa Osmani, a law professor, as president. The 38-year-old Osmani is considered to be Kosovo’s most popular politician, her main issue is to fight corruption in the country. The opposition and the Serbian minority have tried to block the vote of Vjosa Osmani.

  • Kosovo could not agree on a new president

    Kosovo could not agree on a new president

    In Kosovo, parliament yesterday failed to appoint a new president, after the united opposition boycotted the vote on President-elect Vjosa Osmani. In the February election this year, the Vetevendosje party became the largest party but did not gain an absolute majority in parliament. A new attempt to appoint a president will be made during the […]

  • Sweden’s World Cup qualifying group: Spain at the top – heavy loss for Greece

    Sweden’s World Cup qualifying group: Spain at the top – heavy loss for Greece

    Favorable result for the Swedish football masters in the World Cup qualifying group on Wednesday night. Greece lost points at home to Georgia. It was 1-1 in Thessaloniki. A frustrating result for the Greeks who started the group strongly by crossing away 1-1 against Spain. A Spain that in parallel beat Kosovo 3-1 at home […]

  • Zlatan: “Felt much better today”

    Zlatan: “Felt much better today”

    Two new assists for Zlatan Ibrahimovic when Sweden beat Kosovo 3-0 in the World Cup qualifiers and after the match, the 39-year-old star was satisfied. “It felt much better today. Both for my own part and for the team. The game flowed much better “, says Zlatan to Radiosporten. Three assists in his first two […]

  • Right now: Zlatan-fits behind Swedish break lead

    Right now: Zlatan-fits behind Swedish break lead

    Sweden leads at the break with 2-0 against Kosovo in the football World Cup qualifiers. After a weak effort against Georgia on Thursday, Sweden would make sure to increase their game in tonight’s match. But the Swedish introduction was weak and it almost smelled like home. But then fullback Ludwig Augustinsson scored 1-0 after twelve […]

  • Kulusevski is poked – that’s how Sweden starts

    Kulusevski is poked – that’s how Sweden starts

    Emil Forsberg returns to the starting eleven after resting in the first match against Georgia. Dejan Kulusevski is benched when national team captain Janne Andersson chooses to move Viktor Claesson to the right wing. Starting eleven against Kosovo starting at 20.45 in P4 Kristoffer Nordfeldt – Mikael Lustig, Victor Nilsson Lindelöf, Filip Helander, Ludwig Augustinsson […]

  • Warning for Kosovo: There are skilled players

    Warning for Kosovo: There are skilled players

    Sweden must watch out for Kosovo’s individually skilled players, says Sweden’s substitute team captain Sebastian Larsson ahead of the World Cup qualifier away. “It will be a key for us to be tighter than we were later and not offer the surfaces we did against Georgia,” says Larsson. Sweden tops the World Cup qualifying group […]

  • Robin Olsen misses the match against Kosovo

    Robin Olsen misses the match against Kosovo

    Sweden’s first goalkeeper Robin Olsen is pulled with a feeling of injury. He missed the World Cup qualifier against Georgia on Thursday and will also miss the meeting against Kosovo on Sunday. Instead, it will be Kristoffer Nordfeldt who is placed between the posts again. “It’s going in the right direction for Olsen, but Nordfeldt […]

  • Albin Ekdal misses the World Cup qualifier against Kosovo

    Albin Ekdal misses the World Cup qualifier against Kosovo

    The 31-year-old Samdoria player Albin Ekdal will not be able to play the upcoming qualifying match away against Kosovo on Sunday due to a thigh injury. The Swedish national team midfielder was replaced in the 68th minute of the World Cup qualifier against Georgia, but only a few minutes later went down to the grass […]

  • Right now: The national team’s press conference with Zlatan

    Right now: The national team’s press conference with Zlatan

    Live broadcast of the press conference from Stockholm with national team captain Janne Andersson and Zlatan Ibrahimovic ahead of the upcoming World Cup qualifiers. Already on Thursday, the qualifier begins at home against Georgia. On Sunday, another World Cup qualifier awaits, then away against Kosovo. 39-year-old Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who has made a successful comeback in […]

  • Important message to the public in Björklinge, Skuttunge, Läby in Uppsala municipality, Uppsala county.

    Important message to the public in Björklinge, Skuttunge, Läby in Uppsala municipality, Uppsala county.

    A 37-year-old man has been sentenced to life in prison in Stockholm District Court for killing his parents with a shot to the head with a pistol. The incident took place in the parents’ home in the city of Prizren in Kosovo in January last year and is described as “pure executions”. The man and […]

  • Ibrahimovic returns to Sweden’s national site (updated)

    STOCKHOLM, March 16 (Xinhua) – Zlatan Ibrahimovic is back in the national team, the Swedish Football Association announced on Tuesday. “God’s return”, the 39-year-old Milan striker tweeted when national team manager Janne Andersson announced his comeback at a press conference. It came four years and nine months after the striker left the national team after […]

  • The message: Zlatan is back in the national team

    The message: Zlatan is back in the national team

    The squad for Sweden’s World Cup qualifiers in football against Georgia and Kosovo is taken out. The big question in advance is whether Zlatan Ibrahimovic will make a comeback in the national team. Sweden – Georgia will be played on 25/3 and Kosovo – Sweden will be played on 28/3. In addition, a training international […]

  • Ibrahimovic ready for Sweden’s comeback: reports

    Ibrahimovic ready for Sweden’s comeback: reports

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic will return to international football at the age of 39, Swedish media reported on Saturday. Sweden, coached by Janne Andersson, has qualified for the euro and will start its campaign against Spain in Bilbao on 14 June. According to reports, the return has been under discussion for several months but has not been […]

  • Tasks: Zlatan is making a comeback in the national team

    Tasks: Zlatan is making a comeback in the national team

    The men’s national team’s squad for the World Cup qualifiers against Georgia and Kosovo will be taken out on March 18. But already now there is information that Zlatan Ibrahimovic is ready for a comeback, reports FotbollDirekt. Zlatan Ibrahimovic made his last match in the Swedish national team during the European Championship 2016 when Sweden […]

  • The Court of Appeal reduces the assassination attempt on Helsinki shooters

    The Court of Appeal reduces the assassination attempt on Helsinki shooters

    The Helsinki Court of Appeal reduced the attempt to murder a 32-year-old man, who was previously found guilty of shooting three people in daylight in the center of Helsinki in the summer of 2019. The Helsinki District Court sentenced the man to a decade in prison for shooting and other crimes at the end of […]

  • Big victory for left-wing candidate in the election in Kosovo

    Big victory for left-wing candidate in the election in Kosovo

    Left-wing politician Albin Kurti has declared victory after yesterday’s parliamentary elections in Kosovo. His party has received record support and on the streets of the capital Pristina it was celebrated yesterday. The landslide victory can be seen as a boot against the more established parties that have ruled Kosovo for a long time.

  • The Western Balkans are lagging behind with vaccination

    The Western Balkans are lagging behind with vaccination

    While EU countries have now begun vaccination against covid-19, several other European countries are lagging behind. In Montenegro and Kosovo, for example, residents may have to wait several months before a vaccine becomes available. Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama criticizes the EU for not helping the countries of the Western Balkans enough.

  • Many are still missing after the Kosovo war

    Many are still missing after the Kosovo war

    Prosecution of former Kosovo President Hashim Thaci for war crimes has once again shed light on the fact that many crimes committed during the Kosovo war in the late 1990s remain unsolved. Many people are still missing, and it is an open wound in Kosovo society. “It is one of the most difficult challenges we […]

  • Uncertainty after the rankings: “Must be evaluated”

    Uncertainty after the rankings: “Must be evaluated”

    Ahead of the ongoing European Championship qualifiers, the European Football Association dropped the pre-qualifiers to let in more blueberry teams, but the many elimination results in the qualifiers mean that the structure must be discussed, says Sweden’s national team manager Marika Domanski Lyfors. “You will probably think a lot about this. It is a tough […]

  • Magnus Jacobsson: Trump has called and thanked me

    Magnus Jacobsson: Trump has called and thanked me

    US President Donald Trump has called and thanked the Member of Parliament and Christian Democrat Magnus Jacobsson, from Uddevalla. This is due to Jacobsson nominating the Trump administration, together with Kosovo and Serbia, for the Nobel Peace Prize. “I was a bit put off, to be honest”, says Magnus Jacobsson (KD), to P4 Väst.

  • UEFA Nations League result

    BERLIN September 3 (Xinhua) – The following are UEFA Nations League results on Thursday: League A Group 4 In Stuttgart Germany 1 (Werner 51) Spain 1 (Gaya 90 + 6) In Lviv Ukraine 2 (Yarmolenko 14, Zinchenko 68) Switzerland 1 (Seferovic 41) League B Group 3 At Sivas Turkey 0 Hungary 1 (Szoboszlai 80) In […]

  • Serbia and Kosovo are getting closer

    Serbia and Kosovo are getting closer

    Arch-enemies since the Balkan wars in the 1990s, Serbia and Kosovo, will normalize their economic relations. The agreement will be signed today by Kosovo’s Prime Minister Avdullah Hoti and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic. The signing takes place in the White House in Washington in the presence of US President Donald Trump, who negotiated the agreement. […]

  • Difficult for Albania’s small business owners

    Difficult for Albania’s small business owners

    In Albania, many small businesses are fighting for their survival. Bar owner Dritan Prenga is afraid of going bankrupt before the end of the year. – The risk of the company collapsing is 70 percent, says Dritan Prenga at his bar in central Tirana. Business started to go bad already after the big earthquake in […]