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Agim Ademi arrested ahead of Kosovo's Euro 2024 qualifying matches on suspicion of misuse of funds and tax evasion.
Avdullah Hoti warns failure to appoint new board at state-run Pension Saving Trust leaves €2.5bn invested in financial markets at the “mercy of fate”.
President Aleksandar Vucic moved closer to a deal with Kosovo at this weekend's Ohrid summit but faces fierce opposition at home.
Leaders of Serbia and Kosovo move closer to normalisation of their relations at marathon session of EU-mediated meetings.
World Bank expects Kosovo's economy expanded by 3.1% in 2022, with growth to speed up to 3.7% this year.
The Western Balkan countries are following the path established by Central Europe that emerged as a prominent manufacturing and services hub early in the transition period.
As economic and political pressure on Serbia to join Western sanctions on Russia grow, Serbian Economy Minister Rade Basta took the unexpected step of calling for Belgrade to impose sanctions.
Rade Basta says Serbia is already paying a heavy price for not imposing sanctions on Moscow and its position is becoming untenable.
Falling living standards and first hand accounts from Russians and Ukrainians living in Serbia are starting to challenge Serbs’ allegiance to Russia.
Meeting was focused on the latest EU proposal on normalisation of relations between Serbia and Kosovo.
Resolution of the conflict would remove much of the leverage that Moscow currently has over Serbia.
Rival demonstrations in Serbian capital mark anniversary of Ukraine invasion as pressure to join sanctions grows.
Serbia’s violent pro-Russian far right makes President Aleksandar Vucic look like a moderate in comparison, and gives him more room to manoeuvre internationally.
Kosovo entered an inflationary cycle in February 2021 and the annual inflation rate reached double digits in March 2022, but the slowdown started last August.
Despite months of tensions and occasional violence between Kosovo Albanians and Serbs, there are hopes that Pristina may finally be heading for a negotiated settlement with Belgrade.
"If the EU institutions do not ensure that the progress achieved by Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia [is] fully impartial, they will be doing them a disservice. Their path towards Europeanisation must not be subjectivised or romanticised."
Opposition MPs interrupted President Aleksandar Vucic’s speech chanting "Treason" and "We don't give up Kosovo”.
wiiw believes that most countries of the region have “probably already digested” most of the economic shock caused by the Ukraine war, provided Russia does not escalate the conflict further.
President Zoran Milanovic says Kosovo was “forcibly taken” from Serbia, and argues against tanks and military aid for Ukraine.