Definitions for balkanˈbɔl kən
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an inhabitant of the Balkan Peninsula
Of or relating to the Balkan Peninsula
Of or relating to the Balkan Mountains
Of or relating to the Balkan countries and their inhabitants
Origin: From balkan
Balkan is the second studio album by Bosnian Serb singer Seka Aleksić. It was released in 2003. The album is named after the Balkan mountains. Balkan contains a few hit songs: "Crno i zlatno", "Šta je bilo, bilo je", "Idi lepi moj", "Jedna više", "Oči plave boje" and the title track.
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The Poles and the Balkan states have found ways to receive LNG, let some time pass and see if the diversification is real. They will come to a point when they start to count their money.
The union has been expanded to the east. But it would be a tragic and a historic mistake to leave out the Balkan countries, the admission of Albania, Montenegro and Serbia into the Union must have priority.
It is not just a case of Greece not processing those (asylum) claims, but they are actively doing their very best to get the refugees to move on to central Europe as soon as possible, the Western Balkan countries are overrun, overwhelmed and have been left to their own devices.
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