March 31, 2014

A bright, EU future awaits Serbia and Bosnia. Or has it already begun? According to Voice of America, in the article “Putin and Crimea: A New World Order?“, Serbia and Bosnia are marked as EU members.

However, the same map also show Macedonia, Kosovo, Albania and Montenegro as non-EU states.

This is the second map gaffe regarding the Balkans in the last 10 days. The first one happened in the video in which Ukrainian Prime Minister Yatsenyuk explains why Ukraine should become a part of the EU, where a map of Europe is presented – with all the states of the former Yugoslavia marked as Croatia.