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Balkan Insight’s Week in Pictures

Balkan Insight’s Week in Pictures

A round-up of Balkan Insight's favourite photographs of the week.


Montenegrin President Milo Djukanovic (R) and European Commissioner for Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn (L) following a ministerial meeting on Clean Energy Transition in the Western Balkans on February 21, during Hahn’s two-day visit to Montenegro’s capital city, Podgorica. Photo: EPA/Boris Pejovic


A general view of the exhibition ‘Living with the Memories of the Missing’, which displays photographs of wartime missing persons’ families in the hall of the Parliament building in Kosovo’s capital, Pristina. Photo: EPA /Valdrin Xhemaj


Two elderly women sell goods and food directly on the street corner of the central market in Chisinau, the capital of Moldova. Photo: EPA /Dumitru Doru


A supermoon hung in the night sky above Moldova’s capital city Chisinau on the evenings of February 19 and 20. Photo: EPA /Dumitru Doru


The Greek Minister of the State Nikos Pappas (L) and the Minister of Information Society and Administration of North Macedonia Damjan Mancevski (R) walked on February 18 through the Old Turkish Bazar in the capital of North Macedonia, Skopje, during Pappas’ two-day visit to the country. Photo: EPA/Georgi Licovski


Thousands of “1 of 5 million” protesters streamed through Serbia’s capital, Belgrade on February 16. They have been calling for the resignations of the country’s President Vucic and his governing Progressives. Photo: EPA /Koca Sulejmanovic


Albanian protesters tried to break into the Prime Minister Edi Rama’s offices, as the anti-government protests in the country’s capital Tirana turned violent on February 16. Photo: EPA /Malton Dibra


Two swans enjoyed a sunny day while floating on Ohrid lake in North Macedonia. Photo: EPA/Georgi Licovski


Croatian President Kolinda Grabar Kitarovic (R) welcomes her Greek counterpart Prokopios Pavlopoulos (L) at the beginning of his two-day official visit to Zagreb, Croatia’s capital city, on February 5. Photo: EPA /Antonio Bat