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The EU’s positive decision to open negotiation chapters was caused by Serbia’s more constructive policy towards its neighbouring countries.
The opposition in Kosovo is protesting against the deal signed in August this year with Serbia and against the border agreement with Montenegro.
One of the principal aims underlying China’s development of the ‘16+1’ format is to increase its soft power in Europe.
The wave of migration is backed up in Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia, and the situation in the places with a high concentration of migrants has become worse.
Romania is being ever more often put forward by the European Commission as an example of a country fighting corruption in an uncompromising manner.
The delegations from the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania voted against the decision to allocate refugees among the EU countries.
The closing of the Hungarian border with Serbia on 15 September resulted in the diversion of the flow of migrants.
Romania and Moldova have developed very strong ties, resulting mainly from many years of common history, language and cultural heritage.
New developments in the migration crisis should be expected in Central Europe. The migration pressure on Greece is increasing.
A further escalation of the crisis should be expected, not only in Macedonia but also in Serbia.