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EU sees record number of illegal immigration attempts

Russia Today 13 Jan 2023
The figure of 330,000 does not include others who applied for asylum legally or refugees who came from Ukraine. Some 145,600 entry attempts were made over land via the Western Balkans, Frontex said, with the second-largest number, 102,529, undertaken by sea in the Central Mediterranean region.
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Europe looks to take control of Balkan migration crisis under pressure from Austria

The National 06 Dec 2022
... Balkan region this year ... They are thought to include people from Syria, Tunisia, Morocco and India who either came via the Eastern Mediterranean or arrived legally the Balkans.
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US, Europe security body seeks ‘end to Ukraine war, rights atrocities’

Arab News 30 Nov 2022
It functions as a forum for dialogue on global issues affecting member states and has 13 field missions in the Western Balkans, Central Asia and Moldova ... They have access to legal aid, psychological support, and help with finding employment. “In the Western Balkans and Central ...
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EU and Greece are ‘together’ over migration

Ekathimerini 07 Nov 2022
In the runup to a crucial European Union summit in Tirana in early December that will determine the fate of the Western Balkans, EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and Vice President for the European Way of Life Maragaritis Schinas are on the tour path, visiting the candidate countries.
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President Katalin Nov�k Meets Alexander Van der Bellen

Hungary Today 28 Oct 2022
The war in Ukraine, the situation of Hungarians in Transcarpathia, the need for energy independence, the issue of migration, and the importance of continuing the enlargement process in the Western Balkans were also on their agenda ... legal economic migrants, and illegal immigrants.
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NLC Rejects FG’s Appeal, Insists on Deregistration of CONUA, NAMDA

This Day 21 Oct 2022
However, in statement yesterday by the NLC president, Ayuba Wabba, the labour movement said the government’s action was, “in utter disregard to tri-partism which is a core pillar of ILO and attempt to interfere with, infiltrate and balkanize an existing trade union.”.
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Serbian Orthodox Church In Montenegro Calls For Rallies Against LGBT Pride March

OWP 10 Oct 2022
Despite Montenegro becoming the first non-EU Balkan state to legalize the Law on the Lifetime Same-Sex Partnership in 2020, which represents the first step in the new fight for full equality, the harmonization of the legislation goes beyond the involvement of the government and the national assembly ... ....
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They raided the home of El Seebo’s deputy

The Cleveland American 29 Sep 2022
Who is the deputy Faustina Guerrero Cabrera who was investigated in the Balkan case?. “The public ministry abuses the legal channels, and with the intention of finding some evidence that destroys or discovers the previous basic elements that could support the ... Balkan case.
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National Conservatism: A Primer for the Uninitiated

The American Spectator 16 Sep 2022
On immigration, the long-standing Republican dichotomy of “illegal bad, legal good” must be retired as outmoded pablum. America, which is as fractious and balkanized as it has been in a century plus, has not seen any meaningful changes to its legal immigration regime since the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, a harebrained Sen.
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NATO Abandons Diplomacy, Says No Longer ‘At Peace’

GlobalResearch 24 Aug 2022
Rather, in addition to its original function of deterrence and defense, NATO now fully embraces “crisis prevention and management,” which it has spearheaded since the 1990s with its legally dubious and morally questionable interventions in the Balkans, Afghanistan, and Libya; and ...
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Kosovo, Serbia leaders to discuss ‘all open issues’ in Brussels meeting

Anadolu Agency 16 Aug 2022
On Wednesday, Kurti and Vucic will separately meet with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg ... 1. Launched in 2011, the EU-led Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue aims to normalize relations between the two Balkan countries and to find a mutually agreeable solution for the disputes in the framework of a legally binding agreement ... .
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Serbia working to preserve peace in upcoming Brussels meeting: President

Anadolu Agency 15 Aug 2022
... administration for the Western Balkans, Gabriel Escobar ... Launched in 2011, the EU-led Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue aims to normalize relations between the two Balkan countries and find a mutually agreeable solution for their disputes in the framework of a legally binding agreement.
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Pristina prepares to liquidate Serbs in northern Kosovo: Serbian President

Anadolu Agency 11 Aug 2022
"Pristina is using the situation in Ukraine to campaign against Serbia and that it is a lie that Serbia wants to attack anyone ... 1 ... Launched in 2011, the EU-led Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue aims to normalize relations between the two Balkan countries and find a mutually agreeable solution for disputes in the framework of a legally binding agreement ... .
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Serbian premier looks for Brussels meeting with Kosovar leader to be constructive

Anadolu Agency 08 Aug 2022
Launched in 2011, the EU-led Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue aims to normalize relations between the two Balkan countries and find a mutually agreeable solution for their disputes in the framework of a legally binding agreement.
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Kosovar, Serbian leaders to hold talks in Brussels on Aug. 18

Anadolu Agency 05 Aug 2022
The leaders of Kosovo and Serbia will hold talks in Brussels on Aug. 18, an EU official confirmed on Friday.&nbsp... Launched in 2011, the EU-led Belgrade-Pristina Dialogue aims to normalize relations between the two Balkan countries and find a mutually agreeable solution for their disputes in the framework of a legally binding agreement ... .

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