REQUEST FOR EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FOR CEAS

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The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) from Belgrade, one of the most prominent think tanks from Western Balkans would like to ask you for a small non-project related one time financial contribution or institutional support, personal or organizational, to help us bridge transition period which we are currently facing. Your support would help us bridge some donor policies, hiccups, reshuffling and donor withdrawal from the Western Balkans that have heavily affected us regardless of our impeccable cooperation with them, as well as severe consequences of Covid-19 pandemic on our sustainability. 

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U.S. Commitment to the Western Balkans

PRESS STATEMENT

NED PRICE, DEPARTMENT SPOKESPERSON

APRIL 26, 2021

The United States is committed to supporting the countries of the Western Balkans on their path to European integration and membership in key European and Euro-Atlantic institutions.  We are working with Western Balkan countries and our European partners to advance the governance, rule of law, and anti-corruption reforms – as well as the promotion of independent media and vibrant civil societies – that will reinforce the region’s European perspective and advance the long-standing goal of a Europe whole, free, and at peace.

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5 things to know about the latest Cyprus talks

In Geneva, talks on reunification get going after a four-year break.

For the first time since 2017, talks will take place this week on reunifying the divided island of Cyprus.

The informal meeting in Geneva, under the auspices of the United Nations, will last from Tuesday to Thursday and involve governments on both sides of the island — which was split between a Greek Cypriot south and a Turkish Cypriot north after Turkey’s 1974 invasion — as well as Greece, Turkey and the United Kingdom.

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Vojska ne želi da otvori arhivu o bombardovanju zgrade RTS-a

Vodio sam neugodne debate u međunarodnim organizacijama koje su odbijale da bombardovanje RTS-a tretiraju kao zločin, ubijanje medijskih radnika – ističe u razgovoru za Danas Veran Matić, predsednik Asocijacije neazavisnih elektronskih medija (ANEM), predsednik Komisije za istraživanja ubistava novinara i član Radne grupe Vlade Srbije za bezbednost novinara, povodom 22. godišnjice od bombardovanja Radio-televizije Srbije.

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