Comments made by Croatian ex-PM and SDP Chief Zoran Milanović, during a meeting with the Veteran Union, caused controversy throughout the West Balkans and sparked a media frenzy.
Secretly taped conversations between former Croatian PM and Social Democratic Party (SDP) Chief Zoran Milanović and Veteran Union members was released to the public by the Croatian daily newspaper Jutarnji List, and sent shockwaves of outrage and anger across the West Balkans.
BELGRADE, Serbia – On August 16, the US Vice President Joe Biden met with top Serbian officials in Belgrade. Downtown, demonstrators affiliated with the Serbian Radical Party welcomed Biden with banners that said, “We Don’t Want Biden, Trump is In Our Hearts!” and “Biden Get Out!”.
“Let’s not drown Belgrade”, the civil movement whose aim is to call for responsibility from the city and state authorities for the April 24 illegal demolitions of buildings in the Savamala quarter of Belgrade, held it’s fifth protest yesterday.
Yesterday, the Prime Minister of Serbia, Aleksandar Vučić, while commenting on the upcoming Balkan Summit in Paris, said that he expects that Croatia will repeat their reasons for blocking Serbia’s EU accession talks. “But tomorrow – Croatia will get clear answers from Serbia”, Vučić added.
Officials of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia have voiced their shock and concern after Brexit results, however, these countries repeated their firm determination to join EU.