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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.
Montenegro will deploy troops in Poland and Latvia by 2019 at the latest in support of NATO battle formations on the border with Russia, according to a Defence Ministry document, which BIRN has obtained.
It said Montenegro will send troops to Latvia to join the Slovenian Army battalion which has been there since 2017, with Canada as the lead country in the operation.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva heads to London where she will participate in the annual meeting in the Western Balkans of the foreign ministers of the countries in the Berlin process.
The first diplomats of the UK, Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Italy, Slovenia, France and Croatia will listen to their six colleagues from the Western Balkans.
Motorcyclists from Club Night Wolves will enter our country today from Macedonia. Their route will pass through the Ruen Monastery, Kyustendil and will reach Sofia. Tomorrow they plan to visit the St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the Russian Church, the Soviet Army Monument in the capital, and give a press conference, and head for Serbia on Friday.
In Germany, this agreement was reached as part of the resolution of the government crisis.
If the German government confirms the agreement, "we will be obliged to take measures to avoid disadvantages for Austria and its people," the government in Vienna said.
It is added that Austria is ready to protect its borders especially in the south, those with Italy and Slovenia.
After Slovenia on Friday announced that Croatian nationals no longer need visas to work there, Austria remains the only EU country that is still restricting access of Croatian citizens to its labour market.
Austria warned in March that it intended to seek the approval of the European Commission to extend the transitional period until 2020.
S.BON Credit Rating is an AJPES model that classifies Slovenian companies into 10 credit-rating scores from SB1 (lowest risk) to SB10 (highest risk) according to their credit risk and SB10d the credit-rating for those companies already in default. Which businesses in Slovenia have the highest and which have the lowest risk according to their rating?
"All of the media attention paid to Slovenia due to World Bee Day is an invaluable contribution to the recognisability of our country as the initiator of this holiday and as a unique green, active, and healthy destination with excellent bee-keeping tourist features that could help position Slovenia as a destination for five-star experiences," says Maja Pak, Director o