Balkan nation

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  • noun

Synonyms for Balkan nation

any one of the countries on the Balkan Peninsula

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In return, several college professors and administrators, including the academic dean and a political science instructor, have made trips to the Balkan nation.
Leaders of Balkan nations, including Serbian President Boris Tadic, joined some 50,000 grieving Bosnians on Sunday as they gathered at a ceremony to bury the remains of 755 newly identified victims killed when Bosnian Serbs overran the eastern town of Srebrenica exactly 15 years ago.
The Balkan nation has undergone a major democratization process since President Vojislav Kostunica took office in October, following an uprising that brought an end to more than a decade of iron-fisted rule by Slobodan Milosevic.
IN A week when Yugoslavia is in the news for all the wrong reasons, there's a chance to see a very different side of the Balkan nation in the bizarre comic drama Black Cat, White Cat (15).
The ships, the USS Nassau and the USS Pensacola, had been part of the effort to help Americans leave Albania as a result of civil unrest in the Balkan nation.
Despite having a Croatian passport, he has been targeted because many fans don't believe the Brazilian-born star should be allowed to play for the Balkan nation.
Despite joining the European Union in 2007, the eastern Balkan nation suffers the same economic problems found elsewhere since the global downturn in 2008.
Hughes' men were to play the Balkan nation in Belgrade next Wednesday, but their plans appear to have been dashed by the unstable political climate following the assassination of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic.
25 billion yen to the Balkan nation as part of Tokyo's aid to help ethnic Albanian refugees fleeing the southern Yugoslavia province of Kosovo, the Foreign Ministry said.
The rebellion has exposed a deep north-south divide in this impoverished Balkan nation, between Berisha's supporters in the north and those who back the opposition Socialists in the south.
The troubled Balkan nation is still in a state of emergency after the assassination of Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic earlier this month, and all public gatherings are banned.
The strikes were launched Wednesday by North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forces against dozens of military targets in Yugoslavia to force the Balkan nation to stop an offensive campaign against the overmatched rebels in the southern Yugoslavia province of Kosovo.
The Balkan nation is followed by Yemen, in which 38% of all respondents are suffering.
is The Balkan nation are ranked 27th in the world and have some dangerous players.
Sport is still a matter of pride and honor for Romania, an impoverished Balkan nation which is conscious about its image abroad.