Head of the EU delegation to Bosnia and Herzegovina Peter Sorensen says that he hopes the RECOM initiative will help reconciliation in the Balkans.>>>
The Croatian prosecution has started its investigations into a former member of the Scorpions, a Serbian paramilitary unit, after receiving the case from Serbia.>>>
As Kosovo readies for full independence in September, Belgrade officials express concerns for the implications on this on the Kosovo Serb community.>>>
Kosovo will become fully independent in September, the International Steering Group, ISG, which oversees the newborn country, announced on Monday.>>>
Serbia’s neighbours fear that the new nationalist-led government may threaten the region’s EU future.>>>
The President of Montenegro and the Minister of the Interior spoke to the delegation of the regional NGO, promising the country will host its next conference and actively follow its recommendations.
Montenegro and Croatia signed a partnership agreement, concluding the meeting on the optimistic note that regional co-operation will improve once the post-election atmosphere in Serbia “calms down“.>>>
Montenegro's President says his decision to go to Belgrade - the only leader of a former Yugoslav republic to attend the inauguration of President Tomislav Nikolic - reflected his respect for the will of Serbian voters.
Several regional leaders refuse to attend the inauguration of Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic due to his controversial past and recent inflammatory comments.>>>
President refuses to appoint an ambassador to Pristina until Montenegrins obtain ethnic minority status in Kosovo.>>>
All regional leaders should take clear stances towards war crimes so that the region can move towards reconciliation and regional cooperation, the EU ambassador to Serbia said.>>>
Montenegro will soon sign border and dual citizenship agreements with Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Montenegrin President announced.>>>
The Heads of State of South-East Europe have agreed to nurture peace and trust in the region and to protect cultural heritage, in order to foster understanding and a more intensive cooperation.>>>
Four years after it recognized Kosovo's independence Montenegro is to open its embassy in Pristina, in a move that is likely to annoy Serbia.
The citizens of Croatia and Serbia have strong ties with Bosnia and Herzegovina, through birth, friends and family, a survey says.