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Bucharest, July 22 /Agerpres/ - Romanian pair made of Irina Begu and Andreea Mitu on Sunday won the trophy of the doubles event of the BRD Bucharest Open tennis tournament, after defeating in the final match the pair Danka Kovinic (Montenegro)/Maryna Zanevska (Belgium), 6-3, 6-4.
Irina Begu/Andreea Mitu pairing won the semifinal match against Jaqueline Cristian and Elena-Gabriela Ruse, 6-4, 3-6, 10-6, and qualified for the women's doubles semifinal of BRD Bucharest Open tennis tournament.
This came as a response after US President Donald Trump recently raised doubts about the case of Montenegro.
"NATO's collective defense clause, Article 5 (of the Charter) is unconditional and as if made of reinforced concrete. This means that the attack on one of our members is an attack on all of us," AFP was told by unnamed high-ranking official of the alliance.
After the Bulgarian Euro-Presidency, the Western Balkan countries feel Bulgaria closer, even in the face of the fact that the big EU countries did not give these societies a very clear perspective. The Bulgarian contribution is felt and the countries of the Western Balkans have assumed the Bulgarian role rather positively.
Trump remarked that US involvement in defending a small country, such as Montenegro, could trigger a world war.
In an interview for Fox News at the end of his European tour, during which he took part in a NATO Summit, visited the UK, and met with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Trump spoke about the functioning and the financing of the western military alliance.
Sofia. Some 58% of Western Balkan population believes Bulgaria has helped for the European integration of their country, according to a survey conducted in the Western Balkans by the companies which are members of the Gallup International Association (not related to Gallup Inc.) After the Bulgarian EU Presidency, the Western Balkans feel Bulgaria close
Not less than four Romanian tennis players are among the seeded players at the BRD Bucharest Open (WTA) tournament, equipped with total prizes worth 226,750 US dollars, to start on Monday on the BNR Arenas in the Capital City: Mihaela Buzarnescu is 2nd seeded, Irina Begu, last edition's winner, is 3rd seeded, Sorana Cirstea is seed no. 5 and Ana Bogdan is seed no. 6.