The agreement, negotiated with Montenegro in 2015, is crucial for Kosovo to obtain visa-free travel in the European Union and eventually join the bloc.
TIKA releases details of dozens of projects launched since 1995 in Bosnia and Herzegovina
US Assistant Secretary of State Wess Mitchell urges Serbia and Kosovo to fulfill obligations under Brussels Agreement
'We oppose FETO and do not support its activities in any way,' says Macedonian Minister for Foreign Investments Adnan Kahil
Bill was defeated by the votes of 139 deputies in the 250-seat parliament
Projects are expected to be completed in 2 years
200 Bosnian women to join International Conscience Convoy to raise awareness for Syrian women tortured in regime prisons
Western Balkan and Albania are our allies, partners and friendly countries, the European Commission head says
Following a long-standing border dispute between European Union members Croatia and Slovenia, Brussels has warned Western Balkans aspirants that they need to resolve their territorial disputes before joining the bloc.
No casualties besides lone attacker or damage reported; US citizens told to avoid site of embassy in capital Podgorica
A spokeswoman told Tirana to focus on its own reforms as it seeks to join the EU, saying comments that could be seen as meddling in other countries were "not helpful".
Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov has been invited by Turkish president
The capital Pristina is covered in the blue-and-yellow Kosovan flag for a weekend of festivities, with Kosovo-born British pop star Rita Ora due to headline a concert in the main square on Saturday night.
Economic welfare will contribute to lasting peace in region, says Turkey's ambassador to Sarajevo
German Foreign Minister says his country tries to convince five EU states to recognize Kosovo’s independence
Prosecutor's office orders end to ‘Kurdish Music Night’ propaganda
Zaev to visit Turkey on Feb. 11-12 on invitation of his Turkish counterpart Binali Yildirim
Hidrogradnja was once a jewel in the Yugoslav construction sector, an industrial mammoth employing up to 4,000 people.
Survivors talks about deadly shelling of crowded market during 1992-1995 siege of Sarajevo
Greece considers the name "Macedonia" to be part of its own cultural heritage -- it is also the name of a Greek province considered to be the centre of the ancient empire of Alexander the Great.
Unilaterally declared on February 17, 2008, the independence of Serbia's breakaway province is recognised by more than 110 countries.