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In this tiny remote corner between Kosovo, Albania and Montenegro, illicit smuggling is the rule, backed by inefficient and often accommodating authorities. Roberta Petrillo reports.
Greece over the past few years has become a source country concerning the entrance of a large number of illegal immigrants, mostly from Asian and African states, who enter mainly through the Greek-Turkish borders.
Schengen visa liberalisation has become the European Union’s engagement ring countries in South Eastern Europe that aspire to membership of the bloc
This dossier intends to give an overview of two specific issues that have become of tremendous actuality in Bulgaria since the fall of the Soviet Union: the collusion between politics and organized crime – from now on referred to as “corruption” – and the low level of freedom of press.