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ANALYSIS - How Open Balkan may turn out to be a bad idea

Anadolu Agency 20 Jun 2022
After three Balkan countries closed their airspace, which prevented his visit to Belgrade, Lavrov stated at a press conference in Moscow. "They probably did not want us to express support for Belgrade's initiative to realize the Open Balkan project in the interests of making healthier, stronger relations between all the countries of the region.".
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Open Balkans Shows No Sign of Delivering Promised Freedoms

Balkan Insight 16 Jun 2022
Despite all the ambitious pledges about economic integration and the formation of a single market, the initiative has not made any steps in that direction ... Photo. EPA-EFE/GEORGI LICOVSKI ... Photo ... Relja Radović is an attorney-at-law based in Belgrade ... The opinions expressed are those of the author alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of BIRN ... .
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'EU wants Serbia as sincere candidate, reliable partner'

Anadolu Agency 08 Jun 2022
Vucic has been walking a tightrope in recent months, on the one side expressing that sanctioning Russia would cost Belgrade dearly, while also trying to assure the EU that “Serbia is on the European path” and this was the country’s ...
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NATO nations block Russian envoy's plane from Serbia visit

Springfield News-Sun 06 Jun 2022
Vucic expressed “dissatisfaction” over the “circumstances” that prevented the visit and added that "despite all, Serbia will preserve independence and autonomy in political decision-making." ... In Belgrade, Serbia's pro-Russian Interior Minister Aleksandar Vulin expressed “deep regret” that a “great and proven” friend of Serbia could not come.
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'Not the time to sit on two chairs': Croatia urges Serbia to choose between Russia, EU

Anadolu Agency 06 Jun 2022
Vucic has been walking a tightrope in recent months, on the one side expressing that sanctioning Russia would cost Belgrade dearly, while also trying to assure the EU that “Serbia is on the European path” and this was the country’s “only policy.”.
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Top Russian diplomat criticizes closure of European airspace for his flight to Serbia

Anadolu Agency 06 Jun 2022
The EU also did not want Russia to express support for Belgrade's initiative to implement the Open Balkans project to improve relations among all countries of the region, the minister said ... to provide an air corridor for the plane of Lavrov, who was going to visit Belgrade.
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NATO nations block Russian envoy’s plane from Serbia visit

Federal News Radio 06 Jun 2022
In Belgrade, Serbia’s pro-Russian Interior Minister Aleksandar Vulin expressed “deep regret” that a “great and proven” friend of Serbia could not come ... Analyst Slobodan Stupar described Lavrov’s attempted visit to Belgrade as a “show” that would have been used by Moscow to further vilify the West.
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Russian minister's visit canceled after overflight refusal

News-Press Now 06 Jun 2022
In Belgrade, Serbia's pro-Russian Interior Minister Aleksandar Vulin expressed “deep regret” that a “great and proven” friend of Serbia could not come ... Analyst Slobodan Stupar described Lavrov's attempted visit to Belgrade as a “show” that would have been used by Moscow to further vilify the West.
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Russia slams airspace closures as 'hostile actions'

Anadolu Agency 06 Jun 2022
Vucic has been walking a tightrope in recent months, on the one side expressing that sanctioning Russia would cost Belgrade dearly, while also trying to assure the EU that “Serbia is on the European path” and this was the country’s “only policy.” .
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Serbia reaffirms interest to boost military cooperation with Türkiye

Anadolu Agency 06 Jun 2022
Defense Minister Nebojsa Stefanovic's remarks came in a written statement after meeting Turkish Ambassador Hami Aksoy in the capital Belgrade. Stefanovic expressed his expectation that cooperation between Türkiye and Serbia will strengthen both ...
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Russian FM reacts to being barred from foreign visit

Beijing News 06 Jun 2022
The three countries in question are members of NATO ... Deputy Speaker of Russia's Federation Council Konstantin Kosachev expressed hope that Moscow and Belgrade would come up with a "joint and most stiff" reaction to the actions of Bulgaria, North Macedonia, and Montenegro that would include not only diplomatic protests but also practical steps.
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Sweden and Finland Set to Join NATO

GlobalResearch 17 May 2022
The issue of restrictions against Moscow is also closely linked to the supply of Russian gas and oil, on which Serbia is entirely dependent, Vucic said, expressing hope that Belgrade will be able to agree a “good price” on energy at the upcoming talks between the sides.
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Serbia will 'fight' sanctions pressure Vucic

Beijing News 16 May 2022
The issue of restrictions against Moscow is also closely linked to the supply of Russian gas and oil, on which Serbia is entirely dependent, Vucic said, expressing hope that Belgrade will be able to agree a "good price" on energy at the upcoming talks between the sides.
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Serbian president doubles down on Russian sanctions

Russia Today 15 May 2022
The issue of restrictions against Moscow is also closely linked to the supply of Russian gas and oil, on which Serbia is entirely dependent, Vucic said, expressing hope that Belgrade will be able to agree a "good price" on energy at the upcoming talks between the sides.
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Cardwell called out in audit

Belgrade News 12 May 2022
Cardwell left Forney to take the job as Belgrade’s new city manager last fall. The Belgrade City Council offered Cardwell the job after a nationwide search for a new city manager to succeed Ted Barkley, who was retiring ... This isn’t the first time that the Belgrade officials have expressed their confidence in Cardwell in the wake of Texas tumult.

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