SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina — Several thousand citizens blocked the streets of Sarajevo in a mass protest, outraged over the tragic deaths of two college students that were killed by a reckless driver.
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.
Yesterday in Sarajevo, the Chief negotiator of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hamdo Tinjak, and the Head of the EU delegation to Bosnia and Herzegovina signed a Protocol for adaptation of the EU Stabilization and Association Agreement (SAA).
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.