Central European Morning Report: "Balkan Updates: Bosnia Assumes WBF Presidency, Romanian Court Debate, and Greek Lent Initiative"

Central European Morning Report: "Balkan Updates: Bosnia Assumes WBF Presidency, Romanian Court Debate, and Greek Lent Initiative"


Bosnia and Herzegovina Begins One-Year Presidency of Western Balkans Fund: Today, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the beginning of Bosnia and Herzegovina's one-year presidency of the Western Balkans Fund (WBF) in 2024 will be ceremonially marked.

Romanian Constitutional Court to Discuss President's Challenge on Law Amendments: Wednesday, the Romanian Constitutional Court will discuss President Klaus Iohannis' challenge regarding amendments to the law recognizing martyrs and fighters who contributed to the victory of the 1989 Revolution. The debate, initially postponed in February, is scheduled for March 13.

Lent Basket Initiative Begins in Greece: The Lent Basket initiative begins on Wednesday, March 13, and will continue until May 4, which is Easter Saturday, for those wishing to purchase Lenten products. In addition to the items already included in the Household Basket, which are fasting-friendly such as legumes, rice, pasta, and frozen vegetables, halva, frozen seafood, and fasting salads are being added.


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