Dua Lipa Gets Albanian Citizenship
Pop star Dua Lipa has been granted Albanian Citizenship for promoting global awareness of her home country through her music. The decree awarding her Albanian citizenship was handed to her by Bajram Begaj, the president of Albania, who noted that...
“Chinese Digital Silk Road” Dominates the Western Balkans
China has made inroads in the Balkans by providing security cameras for personal surveillance, thus establishing its digital presence in the region
Hard-Fought Win for Greece at Kosovo for the UEFA Nations League
The Greek National Team returned to winning ways in Kosovo, defeating the home side 2-1 on Sunday in round two of the 2020/2021 UEFA Nations League. With barely two minutes on the clock Kostas Fortounis sliced the ball across the...
Albanian and Kosovar Leaders Mull ‘Greater Albania’ by 2025
Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama stoked controversy on Monday following a meeting in the city of Peja, Kosovo between representatives of the Albanian and Kosovo governments. Rama spoke forcefully about the ongoing efforts of the two sides to achieve the unification of...
Greek Foreign Minister Focuses on Active Foreign Policy in the Balkans
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias expressed his intention for an active foreign policy in the Balkans with specific immediate steps, late on Wednesday, in statements to a radio station. He announced that he will make a tour to the Western Balkans...
18-Year-Old Jihadist Arrested in Greek-Albanian Border
An 18-year-old Albanian national was arrested yesterday morning at the Kakavia border crossing station between Greece and Albania on charges of involvement in armed conflicts and war operations in third countries, such as Syria, as the General Police Directorate of...
Greek Restaurant Chain Branch Out to Kosovo
The Greek Group Vivartia proceeded in another strategic agreement in order to branch out its business in Kosovo’s market. In this way the group abides by its commitment for extroversion and continuous promotion of the Greek entrepreneurship in foreign...
Greece Beginning To Look Like Kosovo
With Greece's unemployment at a record 27.6 percent and 64.9 percent for those under 25, the British newspaper the Telegraph has likened the economic catastrophe to what Kosovo was like, comparing Greece to its northern neighbor. The Telegraph opened its...
Trikala Prison Fugitives Probably in Albania
The Greek police, border guards and coast guard officers are still in search of the two dangerous escapees from the Trikala prison who remain at large. However, there is great possibility that the two Albanian fugitives, Marian Kola and Ilir...
Fotopoulou Sees Roma Trapped In Between
Among researchers in a project to study the lives of Roma, also known as gypsies, a venture called Trapped In Between, was a 24-year-old Greek woman, Ioanna Fotopoulou, a topography engineer and activist. She visited the Roma camps and...
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