In June, a new effect of the US-China trade war was felt in Romania when the agreement to build two additional units at the Cernavoda nuclear plant with a Chinese partner was cancelled by state-owned company Nuclearelectrica, due to pressures made by its main shareholder – the Economy Ministry. But this is just one chapter of a larger story.
CEAS press release: On the occasion of the 17th anniversary of the Goraždevac massacre and voting on the Law on the Protection of the KLA War Values at the Kosovo Assembly
The Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) from Belgrade regrets that the deeply controversial draft Law on the Protection of the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) War Values was submitted for consideration to the Kosovo Assembly, and exactly on the 17th anniversary of the Goraždevac massacre, when the children Pantelija Dakić (12) and Ivan Jovović (19) were killed, and Marko Bogićević (12), Dragana Srbljak (13), Bogdan Bukumirić (14) and Đordje Ugrenović (20) were seriously injured, while swimming in the river Bistrica, Kosovo and Metohija, on 13 August 2003. For this crime, as well as for more than a thousand of killed Serbs and members of other ethnicities, literally no one in Kosovo and Metohija has ever been held accountable!
Center for Euro-Atlantic Studies (CEAS) from Belgrade, Serbia organized another event in Belgrade, under the umbrella of the CEAS high annual flagship program - Belgrade NATO Week.