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Balkan

of, denoting, or relating to the Balkan States or their inhabitants, the Balkan Peninsula, or the Balkan Mountains
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The Western Balkan countries are fragile states," he said, "and that makes it easier for terrorist groups to secure different amounts of weapons.
All Balkan governments have objected to this unacceptable request from Erdoy-an and his envoys, and some have even strongly protested it as an interference in their domestic affairs.
Diversity in Balkan culture refer to a larger geography as can be seen in the architecture and the life style of several Balkan towns: For example, Mostar is a town which delivers intensive impressions from Bosnia, Dalmatia, inner Anatolia, medieval Europe and Mediterranean; and the house architecture in Bosnian town Travnik reflects an interesting amalgam between distant cultural traditions with its German style high roofs and Anatolian style facades.
The Chair of the Confederation, Emine Atasoy, took part in talks with representatives from the Balkan states to discuss opportunities for facilitating Turkish investors and improving economic conditions.
Nevertheless, representatives of 11 countries from the region attended the first conference of the Balkan green parties in Skopje and through their discussion showed that the climate changes do not recognize borders.
A handshake sealed the deal and the Balkan Plumbing and R.
Politician Ismet Ramadani stated that this appears as an idea to enhance the cooperation between the western Balkan countries but a new Yugoslavia, as the previous one, will never be formed again.
On the one hand, the author argue that the cultural and religious exchange forms homogenous plot in the Balkans (see Gallup Balkan Monitor--summaries of findings 2006 and 2010, question: Is religion an important part of your daily life?
When asked by the latest Gallup Balkan Monitor poll to say whom they trust, most respondents expressed faith in the Church, the European Union, and the United Nations.
Summary: Sarajevo, June 02, 2010, SPA -- European Union ministers said today they remained committed to the integration of the Western Balkans into the bloc, dismissing fears of "enlargement fatigue" in the wake of the Greek financial crisis, according to Reuters.
According to Professor Tonovski, the Summit is successful because the Western Balkan leaders have finally sat down on a table to discuss, but it is not successful because it was evinced that the old Balkan phantoms are still in the game.
James Headley's Russia and the Balkans is an analysis of the changing nature of Russia's foreign policy in the Balkan region, especially following the violent break-up of Yugoslavia in the early 1990s.