Vote counting has been suspended in Kosovo, Radio Free Europe informed, after 26 Central Election Commission (CEC) officials sought medical help for the allergic reaction occurred after opening five ballot boxes from Serbia.
Growth has started slowing in most of the Western Balkans economies after an all too brief period of rapid economic acceleration, finds a new report from the World Bank.
The growth in 2Q19 was boosted mainly by the strong performance of the financial and insurance sector and manufacturing.
Popular discontent with established parties in Kosovo helped Vetevendosje and the LDK to victory in Sunday’s general election and they are now poised to form a government that will most likely exclude the PDK for the first time since independence.
The three most likely candidates for Kosovo’s next premier — Albin Kurti, Vjosa Osmani and Kadri Veseli — offer very different visions for the future of Europe’s youngest country.
Disillusioned with official corruption, Kosovans are turning away from the ruling parties ahead of this Sunday's snap general election.
The discord between the US and the European Union since the election of Donald Trump as US president is holding back efforts to keep the peace and normalise relations within the former Yugoslavia.
Montenegro, like most of the countries in the EU-aspiring region, derives a large share of its power from coal, but the decision to drop plans to build a new coal power plant is a sign countries in the region could be kicking the coal habit.