News archive of February 2019
Members of a vegan group held a rally outside Athens's main Varvakios food market on Thursday, to protest "Tsiknopempti" - the Thursday 11 days before the beginning of the Greek Orthodox Lent fast, when Greeks traditionally gather to eat grilled meat.
Protesters distributed flyers to shoppers and passersby with slogans such as "Eat lentils."
The Republic of North Macedonia is going through a process of essential reforms, Prime Minister Zoran Zaev stated on Thursday at the end of the meeting with Prime Minister Viorica Dancila at the Victoria Palace, mentioning that "he changed "the political climate in the country" and placed North Macedonia "on a clear path of democracy." "Eleven years ago, here, in Bucharest, an historic opportun
AGERPRES special correspondent to Kosice, Slovakia, Florentina Peia reports: Romania's President Klaus Iohannis said he is worried about the latest developments in the Black Sea region as Russia "is threatening the stability of the region," underscoring the need for "a consistent approach across the entire NATO eastern flank." "We need to ensure a consistent approach all across the eastern flan
US oil giant ExxonMobil announced on Thursday the discovery of a significant offshore gas find in Cyprus's Block 10, Kathimerini Cyprus reported.
According to the preliminary interpretation of the data, the natural gas reservoir at the Glaucus-1 well is estimated between 5 trillion to 8 trillion cubic feet.
Kosovo's president, Hashim Thaci and PM Ramush Haradinaj during the meeting with the US delegation on Wednesday evening. Photo: Kosovo Presidency
Haradinaj discussed the matter on Wednesday evening with the Director for European Affairs at the US National Security Council, John Erath, and with the Balkans Director of the council, Brad Berkley.
Partial change of the annual fees in Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski "for the next academic year for bachelor degree, this is what the Academic Council decided. For the study of nearly 18 majors, they are elevated, with the greatest increase for philology at the Faculty of Slavic Studies from 300 to 400 leva.