The Russian Foreign Ministry’s efforts to discredit the findings of a Institute of World Policy (IWP) report on peacekeepers in Transnistria is the best proof needed that the peacekeeping efforts there must be reformed, according to an IWP statement.
Utility companies narrowly edged out the military as the most trusted institution in Bosnia and Herzegovina, according according to a poll conducted by the Center for Social Research Analitika for a PASOS project on open government.
Nine representatives from the Centre for Monitoring and Research CeMI arrived in Ukraine October 23 to join an international team of election observers who will monitor Ukraine’s upcoming parliamentary elections.
Vlado Dedovic, Head of the Legal Department at the Centre for Monitoring and Research CeMI, was appointed a member of the State Election Commission of Montenegro, representing Montenegrin civil society, non-governmental organizations, and universities.
The percentage of Kosovars who say they trust the European Union Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo jumped sharply over the last year, according to a poll conducted by the Riivest Institute for a PASOS project on open government.
The percentage of Montenegrins who oppose their country joining NATO dropped over the last year, while the number of citizens of the Balkan country who say Montenegro should join the military alliance increased, according to the results of a poll conducted by the Centre for Democracy and Human Rights.
Business leaders from the breakaway region of Transnistria had an opportunity to see how Romanian officials manage European projects, thanks to a study visit organized by the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives “Viitorul.”