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.”
The Caucasus Institute for Peace, Democracy and Development (CIPDD) has kicked off a 2 1/2-year European Union-funded project to encourage better EU-Georgian migration policies and procedures.
The Institute for Public Affairs organized a training seminar in September for volunteers who will monitor local electoral campaign financing in Slovakia during the next two months.
Delivering the keynote address at the Belgrade Security Forum, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić said that his country’s efforts to qualify for EU membership will not be dissuaded by a statement by the next EU commissioner for enlargement that no countries will join the union in the next five years.
A prominent Azerbaijani human rights defender nominated for the annual Václav Havel Human Rights Prize by PASOS was named the winner of the award September 29.
Experts speaking at a Association for International Affairs public debate said that the Visegrad 4 group has not failed as a concept, despite the fact that its members have offered diverse reactions to the crisis in Ukraine.