News archive of July 2020
Boris Milosevic, Deputy Prime Minister of Croatia and a member of Independent Democratic Serbian Party, SDSS, which represents the country's Serbian minority, will participate in ceremonies commemorating the 25th anniversary of Storm, the Croatian army operation that terminated a Serbian rebellion in 1995.
Another 39 persons have died of the novel coronavirus, the total number of deaths reaching 2,343 persons, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS) informed on Friday.
Ruling New Democracy announced on Friday it was suspending any activity planned in open or closed venues, as that would lead to possible overcrowding.
"In the current situation, priorities change. We choose communication from a distance even though human contact is irreplaceable," the party said in a press release.
The digital transformation is an absolute priority for the government, and it's important that preparations are made in the next period for the launch of tender procedures for everything digital for the computerization of the public administration, Prime Minister Ludovic Orban said on Friday at the "Romanian Information Day" event, organised by the Authority for Romania's Digitisation.
The money is believed to have been obtained by smuggling cocaine.
The operative part of the first-instance verdict is being read, after which the court will announce the sentences to which it is sentencing the accused and give an explanation for its decision.
In addition to Saric, 16 other defendants have been charged in this case.
Deputy Justice Minister Dimitris Kranis submitted his resignation to the prime minister on Friday, sources said.
He has reportedly sent his resignation letter to Kyriakos Mitsotakis in which he explains the reasons for his departure. No more details were immediately available.
Kranis was one of the 21 cabinet members who were not elected lawmakers.