Kristo Niklanowitsch is 64 years old, and lives in Budva, Montenegro. He's the owner of the restaurant Jadran, located on the town promenade.
The EU has closed its borders, allowing Libyan militias and African dictators to violate human rights. With policies like that, Europe is moving away from its own values, writes Krsto Lazarevic.
In June 2003 in Thessaloniki, the EU promised that all Western Balkan countries could one day become member states. It is important to be consistent and do the right thing by keeping this promise, Krsto Lazarevic writes.
Europe is a place where things work. At least that's what people in the Balkans have long thought. It is looking less the case now, Krsto Lazarevic writes.
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