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Bizarre 'Festival of Laziness' offers a reward of Rs 90,000 for the longest snooze

Indian Express 28 Sep 2023
Called the 'Festival of Laziness', the event in Eastern Europe's Brezna village in Montenegro is offering a cash prize of \u20ac1,000 ... The contest which has been called 'Lazy Olympics' sees the majority from the village of Montenegro but also from countries like Russia and Serbia.

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DNA India 28 Sep 2023
However, it's important to note that this celebration is a genuine tradition, but it's not open to people living outside Montenegro ... While most contestants are from Montenegro, the competition has also attracted participants from Ukraine, Russia, and Serbia.

EU governments thrash out how to make enlarged bloc work

Reuters 28 Sep 2023
Eight countries currently have official EU candidate status - Turkey, Ukraine, Moldova, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia - while two, Georgia and Kosovo, are potential candidate countries ... Yet changes would require amendments to EU treaties, a long and difficult process that itself would require unanimity ... ....

Flutter expands into Balkans with €141m stake in MaxBet

The Times/The Sunday Times 27 Sep 2023
MaxBet has an estimated 20 per cent share of the online market in Serbia, and more than 400 retail outlets across four markets. Serbia, Bosnia, Montenegro and North Macedonia ... In the past year, MaxBet reported €145 million of revenue, ... .

Albanian PM: ‘I wish our bond with Gulf states will become stronger and stronger and stronger’

Arab News 27 Sep 2023
LONDON ... Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama speaks to Adhwan Al-Ahmari, host of the Asharq News talk-show Al-Madar, during a interview. (AN photo) ... (Asharq News) ... (File/AFP) ... Besides Albania, there are seven other recognized candidates for EU membership, including Turkiye, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Moldova, Ukraine, and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Serbs in Kosovo declare mourning for those killed in shootout

Reuters 26 Sep 2023
Serbia itself ... While serving as a correspondent for the Associated Press covered the war in Kosovo in 1998-1999, the 1999 NATO bombing of Serbia and Montenegro, insurgencies in North Macedonia and the Presevo Valley, Iraq, Afghanistan, and the 2004 Orange Revolution in Ukraine.

'No fast track procedure' for nations like Ukraine into EU: Austrian chancellor

Anadolu Agency 25 Sep 2023
On July 1, 2013, Croatia became the first of the seven countries to join, while Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Serbia have candidate country status. Accession negotiations and chapters have been opened with Montenegro and Serbia, negotiations ...

Wider Europe Briefing: What To Watch For In Key Slovak Elections

Beijing News 25 Sep 2023
While this might be an exercise largely for policy wonks in member states, the six EU hopefuls in the Western Balkans (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Serbia), as well as Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine, will be watching closely.

OPINION - EU Enlargement Vision 2030

Anadolu Agency 21 Sep 2023
The author is a faculty member at Kocaeli University, Faculty of Political Sciences. The visit of EU Commissioner for Neighborhood and Enlargement Oliver Varhelyi to Türkiye on Sept ... On Sept ... Among the Western Balkan countries, Montenegro and Serbia have been negotiating full membership with the EU since 2012 and 2014 respectively ... .

Top EU diplomat hosts Western Balkans leaders meeting on sidelines of UN General Assembly

Anadolu Agency 20 Sep 2023
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell hosted a Western Balkans regional leaders meeting Wednesday in New York on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly ... The leaders of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia participated in the meeting. .

US Mass Media UN General Assembly Coverage: Yugoslavia 1999-Ukraine 2022

GlobalResearch 20 Sep 2023
To receive Global Research’s Daily Newsletter (selected articles), click here ... *** ... On a comparative historical note, the Clinton administration-led NATO bombing campaign against Yugoslavia lasted 78 days on account of Yugoslavia (then consisting of Serbia and Montenegro) not having a sugar daddy ... *. Note to readers. Please click the share button above.

EU must reform decision-making before it can expand, says new report

Business Day 19 Sep 2023
Eight countries have official EU candidate status — Turkey, Ukraine, Moldova, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia — while two, Georgia and Kosovo, are potential candidate countries ... Decision-making mechanisms ... Reuters  .

The Role of Russia in Contemporary Global Politics and International Relations

GlobalResearch 18 Sep 2023
The 1990s were very painful for Russia’s position in international relations as the country’s foreign policy was, in fact, supervised and directed by Washington and Brussels as the case of NATO’s direct aggression on Serbia and Montenegro in 1999, for instance, clearly shows but ...

Wider Europe Briefing: What Von Der Leyen's Big Speech Means For Ukraine And Other EU Hopefuls

Radio Free Europe 18 Sep 2023
So, who might those countries be? She noted that "the future of Ukraine is in our union; the future of the Western Balkans (Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Serbia) is in our union; the future of Moldova is in our union." So far, so clear.

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