Central European Evening Report: "Empowering Education, Political Shifts, and NATO's Call to Action"

Central European Evening Report: "Empowering Education, Political Shifts, and NATO's Call to Action"

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Students Get Laptops in Sarajevo as Support for Education: Kada Hotić, the vice president of the Association Movement "Mothers of Enclaves Srebrenica and Žepa," emphasized the importance of education for success in life. Today in Sarajevo, high school and college students from families in the Republic of Srpska received 20 laptops provided by the Government of the Sarajevo Canton. This initiative aims to empower students with the tools they need for learning and growth.

Croatian Parliament Dissolves, Elections Loom Ahead: Croatian parliamentary deputies wrapped up their work in the 10th term of the Croatian Parliament, which was dissolved. With electoral messages urging citizens to participate in the upcoming parliamentary elections, the country prepares for a new term. The call to action underscores the importance of citizen engagement in shaping the nation's future.

NATO Urges Member States to Boost Defense Spending and Support for Ukraine: NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg highlighted concerns over member states' failure to meet the alliance's defense spending target last year. In Brussels, he presented the annual report, emphasizing the need for stronger support for Ukraine. Stoltenberg urged member states to provide more ammunition to Ukraine and bolster their backing for Kiev amidst ongoing challenges.

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