Balkan States


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Balkan States

The countries of the Balkan Peninsula, including Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia, along with areas of continental Greece, southeast Romania, and European Turkey.

Balkan States

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(Placename) the countries of the Balkan Peninsula: the former Yugoslavian Republics, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, Greece, and the European part of Turkey. Also called: the Balkans
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The USAID's program in the five Balkan states will last three years and is worth seven million dollars.
The European Union is increasingly willing to consider Western Balkan states joining the bloc, which could help ensure peace in the region while enriching the EU itself, the bloc's integration commissioner said.
During her talks she is going to present the priorities of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of EU in 2018 which will prioritize among other things, the European future of the Balkan states.
The leaders of the six Western Balkan states agreed in Trieste Wednesday on seven new connectivity projects with investments of more than 500 million euros, says a closing document published by Italy, the country that hosted the summit.
The leaders of the six Western Balkan states agreed at the summit in Trieste Wednesday on seven new connectivity projects with investments of more than 500 million euros, says a closing document published by Italy, the country that hosted the summit.
The prospects of EU accession for the Balkan states was also discussed.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Greece registered 57,458 migrants and refugees trapped in the country amid border closures by nearby Balkan states, Greece's Central Coordinating Body for the Management of Migration said in a statement.
Austrian Ambassador Renate Kobler addressed the results of the Summit in Vienna in 2015 where the initiative to settle open bilateral issues between Western Balkan states and EU member countries was launched.
But now Germany has to remove the mat because tens of thousands of people are taking up that offer and are still pouring into Europe in larger numbers through the Balkan States crying "No camps".
It takes place in the Vienna, Austria, following the 2014 Conference of Western Balkan States that took place in Berlin, Germany.
Balkan states are preparing for the eventualities should Greece enter into a default and exit the eurozone.
Relations between the two Balkan states remain strained, mainly over the former Serbian province of Kosovo where majority ethnic Albanians declared independence in 2008 which Serbia refused to recognize.