Balkan state

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Synonyms for Balkan state

any one of the countries on the Balkan Peninsula

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NEW YORK, Sep 23, 2010 (TUR) -- The Turkish president expressed on Wednesday Turkey's wish to see all Balkan states in NATO.
Minister Pavlova hopes for a clear plan for each Balkan state by May 2018, according to Focus News Agancy.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The European Union on Tuesday set Albania on the road to membership, agreeing to give the small Balkan state the status of candidate to join in recognition of the government's recent reform efforts.
The Balkan state, which is an EU member, currently allows ethnic Bulgarians and top foreign sports stars to gain Bulgarian citizenship.
Almost 240 stationed in the Balkan state will stay for another year while the seven in Afghanistan are to remain for a period to be determined by Defence Minister Willie O'Dea.
The UK currently has 600 military personnel carrying out peacekeeping and reconstruction work in the Balkan state ( mainly Welsh Guards based in the north-west as part of the EU's Eufor.
The former director of operations at Rhoose Airport - now Cardiff International - worked in the UN-run Balkan state of Kosovo from 2003 to 2005.
Trajkovski, 47, was respected in the small Balkan state of 2 million people and abroad for his policies.
But some troops sent to the troubled Balkan state believe they could be there a lot longer.
He was part of the 30,000 strong peacekeeping force drawn from 40 countries to help out in the wartorn Balkan state.
Political scientists and economists in mostly European academia, government, and the finance industry offer a kaleidoscope of views on the Balkan state from the perspectives of European integration, the past and present of the nation and state, and economic challenges today.
Around 200 troops are stationed in the Balkan state as part of the multi-national Kfor operation.
Bob Stewart was the first British United Nations commander in the Balkan state in the wake of the civil war that ripped apart former Yugoslavia.
Dimitar Atanassov, mayor of the Bulgarian town of Elhovo, which has recently become home to almost 300 British families, will today be speaking about the features which have attracted so many people to the Balkan state.
President of the Lithuanian FA, Liutauras Varanavicius, has invited a party from East End Park over to the Balkan state for three days.