On 12 June, the prime ministers of Greece and of Macedonia announced that a compromise solution had been developed on the subject of the name of the latter state.
The EU-Western Balkans summit held on 17 May in Sofia is one example of the EU’s increasing interest in the Balkan states which aspire to membership.
The Hrvatske Ceste company and a Chinese consortium led by the China Road and Bridge Corporation signed a contract worth around €281 million to construct a bridge to the Peljesac peninsula in Croatia.
On 29 January, the Romanian parliament passed a vote of confidence in Viorica Dăncilă’s centre-left government.
The prime ministers of Macedonia and Greece met on 24 January in Davos for the first time since 2010.
Most deputies in the ruling coalition made an attempt to repeal the law creating the Specialist Chambers and Specialist Prosecutor’s Office based in the Hague.
On 21 November, the Romanian parliament passed an act granting consent for the acquisition of the Patriot medium range air and missile defence system.
21 czerwca parlament Rumunii przegłosował wotum nieufności wobec powołanego niespełna pół roku temu centrolewicowego gabinetu Sorina Grindeanu.
On 20th June representatives of the Croatian and Hungarian governments signed a letter of intent regarding the establishment
On 17 May, President Gjorge Ivanov, formerly of the centre-right VMRO-DPMNE party, entrusted the leader of the SDSM party Zoran Zaev.