PODGORICA -- The Montenegrin Ministry of Foreign Affairs has dismissed as "inappropriate" and "arbitrary" the criticism the country received from the Russian Federation.
BANJA LUKA -- Milorad Dodik met with Serbian Ambassador to Bosnia Stanimir Vukićević to discuss the RS lawmakers' activities to enact regulations on place of residence.
SOFIA -- Bulgarian officials have said that they recovered a collection of 15,000 priceless gold artifacts from a smuggling gang.
SKOPJE -- Incumbent President Gjorge Ivanov of the ruling VMRO-DPMNE leads in the Macedonian presidential election, having won 428,000 votes on Sunday.
ZAGREB -- The invitation to boycott stores in Vukovar owned by local Serbs is "a revitalization of fascism," several Croatian organizations have said.
OPATIJA -- Serbia's outgoing PM and Interior Minister Ivica Dačić praised in Croatia Opatija on Wednesday police cooperation in the region.
Last year, to mark the anniversary of the murder of Slavko Ćuruvija, hopes were voiced that next year there would be some progress in identifying the killera and those who ordered the murder.
"What is important - considering that things have come to this - is to know that what is happening in the court in The Hague is not our job, it is not the job of politicians. It is the job for the court, it is linked to the past, our job is linked
The full text of Russian President Vladimir Putin's letter delivered to his Serbian counterpart Tomislav Nikolić on April 10. Putin sent similar letters to other European leaders whose countries import natural gas via Ukraine.