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Bulgaria to Launch Campaign to Attract Chinese Tourists, Says Bulgarian Tourism Minister

Sofia. China is very important for the European tourism, we seek to promote Bulgaria as a tourism destination in the Chinese market. We are preparing a marketing campaign to attract visitors from China, which we plan to launch next year. Bulgaria's official tourism portal will be available in Chinese after its upgrade in 2019.

Kosovo PM, Opposition Dismiss Thaci's Plan to Seal Serbia Agreement

Kosovo Prime Minister Ramush Haradinaj said on Friday that no one should question the competences of the assembly after Kosovo President Hashim Thaci asked the Constitutional Court whether an international agreement signed by him would be considered ratified.

Serbian footballer donates EUR 70,000 to sick child

Aleksandar Todorovic said the previously anonymous donor was Serbia and Manchester United footballer Nemanja Matic.

The child, 4-year-old Dusan Todorovic, is now is Barcelona, where he is expected to start therapy for recurrence of malignant adrenal gland tumor - neuroblastoma.

Bakir opposes idea of visiting Russian foreign minister

The Russian foreign minister met earlier with the tripartite Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH), and on that occasion also made it clear that he is against the demonization of the Serb Republic (RS) - the Serb entity.

Government adopts bill on free legal aid

This law will provide free legal support to everyone, which, according to previous estimates, is about 80% of the total need for free legal aid.

The proposal of this law for the first time introduces systematic free legal aid into the legal framework of the Republic of Serbia, which will also enable the control of the quality of providing legal assistance.

Kosovo wants guarantee, deal in exchange for KLA court?

"There will not be indictments for at least a year, that is, until Belgrade-Pristina negotiations in Brussels have been completed," an unnamed source, "close to Pristina authorities," is quoted as telling this newspaper.

Serbians can now travel to UAE without visas

Serbia is committed to raising relations with that country to the level of strategic partnership, Dacic also said, according to the Serbian government.

At the reception at the Serbian embassy in Abu Dhabi, Dacic said that the UAE recognized Serbia as an important partner in the Balkans, as evidenced by the number of successful Emirate companies operating in our country.

Bulgarian Ossuary in Nis Defiled

Nis. The Bulgarian ossuary in the Ledena Stena area in Nis was defiled, Focus has reported. The walls were spray-painted with offensive scribbles and some slabs were broken.
This is an act of primitive nationalism, Bulgarian Consul General in Nis Edvin Sugarev commented for Focus News Agency.

Balkan Countries Spy Potential in Chinese Tourism

Tourism ministers and experts from China and 16 Central and Eastern European countries attended a conference on September 18 to 20, in Dubrovnik, Croatia, to discuss further co-operation in the tourism sector.

Serbia to Host NATO Disaster-Response Exercise

Serbia is to host a NATO emergency situations exercise from October 8 to 11 in Mladenovac, near Belgrade, in which 30 countries will take part with about 1,000 participants.

"The aim of the exercise is to improve interoperability in international disaster response operations," the NATO website said, adding that the exercise will simulate an earthquake situation.

Serbia seeks strategic partnership with UAE

Serbia is committed to raising relations with that country to the level of strategic partnership, Dacic also said, according to the Serbian government.

At the reception at the Serbian embassy in Abu Dhabi, Dacic said that the UAE recognized Serbia as an important partner in the Balkans, as evidenced by the number of successful Emirate companies operating in our country.

Two Serbians die in US as their truck collides with another

The deadly accident occurred on Wednesday morning. The victims have been named as 32-year-old Mladen Petrovic and 31-year-old Aleksandar Sakovski, both originally from Kraljevo, a town in central Serbia.

PM receives Turkey's interior minister

According to the Serbian government, they spoke about "further improvement of the bilateral relations of the two countries, European integration, as well as the cooperation of competent institutions in the field of fight against terrorism and organised crime."

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