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EU boost for local economy

Greece secured two vital sources of liquidity from the European Union on Thursday that will help it to rebound next year: the extension of the European Central Bank's extraordinary bond-buying program (PEPP) and the unblocking of the Next Generation EU fund following the agreement of the majority of EU states with Hungary and Poland.

First online iteration of Slovenian Book Fair starting

Ljubljana – The Slovenian Book Fair will get under way on Monday, this time moving online for the first time in history. The week-long event will feature a virtual fair presenting 97 publishers, while the schedule also includes over 100 online events. Spain is the honorary guest country this year.

Turkey resumes int’l flights after ending almost three-month ban

Turkey restarted international flights on June 11 for the first time after an almost three-month ban imposed to stem the coronavirus pandemic.

As part of the new "normalization" phase, Ankara resumed domestic flights as of June 1, which have been followed by international flights.

Wizz Air with Two New Routes: Sofia - Frankfurt and Varna - Prague

Wizz Air announced today two new routes: Sofia - Frankfurt and Varna - Prague. Starting on July 17, 2020, the new two Wizz Air services will be performed twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays, providing customers with a convenient schedule for visiting the beautiful Czech capital and the modern German city. Seats on both routes are now on sale and can be booked at wizzair.com.

Frankfurt book fair to take place as scheduled

Frankfurt's annual book fair - the world's largest - will take place as scheduled in mid-October, its organizers said on May 27, a sign of some return to normality amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The event usually draws more than 300,000 visitors, and dates back to the 15th century when Johannes Gutenberg
introduced the mass printing of books in nearby Mainz.

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