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Valentine's evening out in Athens costs almost 70 euros

Valentine's Day is an important time of year not only for lovers in Greece but also the businesses where they spend money to celebrate.

A survey by German firm Movinga found that Athens ranks fairly high in terms of costs for a typical February 14 evening out.

Among the world's most expensive cities for Valentine's Day, Movinga placed the Greek capital 58th.

Low cost carrier has change of heart about Nis flights

Wizz Air operated the same air route from June 2015 to January 7, 2019.

It was a great surprise when the company decided to scrap these flights, considering there was excellent occupancy of the aircraft, and it is now assumed that the renewal of the line has been caused by great interest of the passengers.

Police nab cocaine smuggler at Athens Airport

A 37-year-old foreign national was arrested this week at Athens International Airport for trying to smuggle 960 grams of cocaine into Greece in 87 small sachets he had swallowed.

Police said the man flew in to Athens from Sao Paolo in Brazil via Zurich on Wednesday.

He was expected to appear before an investigative magistrate. 

Deal in the Bulgarian IT Sphere: ScaleFocus Acquired Upnetix

The native ScaleFocus buys 100% of the Upnetix company in Sofia, money.bg reported. The acquisition value is not reported. Upnetix is ​​one of the 50 agencies in the world certified to develop Google, focusing on digital transformation and sustainable web and mobile software solutions. ScaleFocus was founded in 2012 in Sofia.

#DiplomaticCentennial / Romania's ambassador to Switzerland Vasiliu: Romanian-Swiss political dialogue has enhanced over last year

Relations between Romania and Switzerland are showing a positive dynamic and the bilateral political dialogue has intensified over the last year, with the trade between the two countries expanding in the first four months of 2018 and the bilateral trade balance favouring Romania for the first time since 1990, Romania's ambassador to Switerland Vlad Vasiliu told AGERPRES in a recent inte