The leader of the stability pact for SouthEast Europe Erhard Busek has reported that a representative of the Kosovo government will be part of the Pact's leadership commission. This is done for a "better understanding of and due account for the region's needs" , said Busek on Wednesday in the Kosovo capital Pristine. He called recently for the elected parliament to establish a government in the region as quickly as was possible, "then more significant aid would be able to be given to the country by the stability Pact". In future, said the head of the Pact, it will be necessary to finally solve the problem of the region's status.
Russian military repeatedly thwarted Turkey's attempts to deploy its troops to Syria, and stopped militants from moving further south