It appears that Greeks are starting to warm to the idea of Christmas holidays abroad again, with belt-tightening having prevented many from doing so over the years of the financial crisis. This is partly due to the rise in hotel rates in various parts of Greece that has rendered several foreign destinations more competitive.
And it should allow all countries from the region to join immediately, he said.
During last night's debate "Europe and you: the balance of the Austrian Presidency and the prospects for the European Parliament elections," held in Vienna, Busek emphasized that it was pointless to "play doctor" and try to correct something.
In connection with the fine imposed by the European Commission on Bulgarian Energy Holding, Prime Minister Boyko Borisov noted that the amount will be paid not by the citizens but by the profits of the companies in the energy holding. His comment came from Vienna, where he took part in the EU-Africa High Level Forum.
"We are witnessing the digitization of the economy all over the world. A process that is supposed to be called "Industry 4.0," and experts define it as the Industrial Revolution of today. And like every revolution, it brings many opportunities, but also challenges for the labor market and the economy as a whole.
President Klaus Iohannis will attend the High-Level Forum Africa-Europe on Monday and Tuesday in Vienna.
On Monday, the head of state will participate in the official dinner offered by Chancellor of Austria Sebastian Kurz, in honor of the delegations heads.