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A snap parliamentary election was held in Macedonia on 11 December. The strongest support was won by the coalition focused on the centre-right party VMRO-DPMNE.
The Social Democrats’ excellent result is primarily a result of their efficient election campaign together with the lack of a consistent message from the centre-right.
The Bulgarian presidential elections have been won by Rumen Radev, a non-party candidate, who ran with the support of the opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party.
On 19th October a new centre-right Croatian government won a confidence motion.
The parliamentary elections in Montenegro were won by the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) under Prime Minister Milo Djukanović.
A referendum was held on 25 September in Republika Srpska concerning the celebration of the Day of Republika Srpska on 9 January.
The visit has confirmed the suspicion that Serbia considers China to be its strategic partner, which is important not only because of the economic co-operation.
The strong local structures and a hardcore electorate composed of pensioners, farmers and the underprivileged were the source of the PSD's success.
Montenegro’s accession to NATO will be the apogee of the pro-Western policy of their Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic who has been in power since 1991.
The Deveselu base is the first permanent element of the US’s military infrastructure on NATO’s eastern flank.