Ryanair has announced its first flights to Turkey, with two new routes to the touristic Aegean district of Dalaman from Dublin and Bratislava.
Bulgaria's national team manager Peter Hubchev announced a group of 23 football players for friendly matches against Bosnia and Herzegovina on March 23, 2018 at the Ludogorets Arena Stadium in Razgrad and Kazakhstan on 26.03.2018 at Pancho Arena in Felchut, Hungary.
There is also an absolute debutant in the face of Kamen Hadzhiev from Beroe.
When in September the Irish airline Ryanair announced the great news that it opened its permanent base in Burgas as the routes are expected to serve over 250,000 customers annually, the news came out for their new destination.
It is about Kaunas, the second largest city in Lithuania and its former capital.
Serbia and Slovakia signed on Monday a protocol on cooperation between in the field of labor and employment, the Serbian government announced.
The protocol was singed in Bratislava by Serbian Minister of Labor, Employment Veteran and Social Affairs Zoran Djordjevic and Slovak Minister of Labor, Social Affairs and Family Jan Richter.
New research from the Germany-based Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft Köln reveals that in Europe at least, capital cities form the beating heart of most economies. Greece and Slovakia are notable examples. If Athens and Bratislava were removed from both countries, GDP per inhabitant would drop 19.8 and 18.9 percent respectively.