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Chief telecom regulatory officer Grindeanu: Romania needs national 5G strategy; we will draw up one in autumn

Bucharest, March 25 /Agerpres / - Romania needs a national strategy for 5G communications, and we hope to come up in autumn with this document, which, in the end, has to be approved under a government decision, Chairman of the National Communications Management and Regulatory Authority (ANCOM) Sorin Grindeanu tells AGERPRES in an interview.

"Cuba helping Latin America resist pressure over Kosovo"

According to the Serbian government, the two officials "noted that there is a mutual positive impulse for further strengthening of cooperation between the two countries."

During his meeting, Vulin expressed his gratitude for Cuba's support to Serbia's fight to preserve its sovereignty and territorial integrity.

Former DS leader backs current party head for Belgrade mayor

The Democratic Party (DS) is in coalition with the New Party (NS) for the city ballot. All three parties are in opposition at the state level.

Tadic, a former DS leader and Serbia's former president, explained that the SDS decision "stems from another decision - to move towards a reunification of the DS."

He urged former DS leaders to "sit down" after the elections.

Slovenians view Croatia as "untrustworthy and problematic"

The Hague-based court's decision concerns the maritime border dispute in the Bay of Piran.

According to a poll, whose results were published on Monday by the Ljubljana daily Delo, 54 percent of respondents said they viewed Croatia as a country that "cannot be trusted," while 24 percent said it is "a problematic state."

President "succumbed to pressure" during failed Telekom sale

In a wide-ranging interview for RTS late on Sunday, Vucic said his "soul still aches" over the outcome, and added that he had "succumbed to political pressure" and considered it to be his "biggest mistake."

"I should have pushed through what was better for the country, rather than listen to ignorat people's advice," Vucic said.

Cadez: Serbia to take part in SPIEF 2017

BELGRADE - For the first time ever, Serbia will make an organised appearance at the St Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF), to be held on June 1-3, with Srbijagas, PSP Farman, Air Serbia, Nikola Tesla Airport, Telekom Srbija, Energoprojekt and Hipol Odzaci to be among the companies representing Serbia, says Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia (PKS) President Marko Cadez.

Belgrade-Pristina telecoms deal confirmed in Brussels

BRUSSELS - A deal on the implementation of the Belgrade-Pristina agreement on telecommunications was confirmed in Brussels on Friday.

A new era is beginning for Telekom Srbija in the entire territory of the Republic of Serbia, including Kosovo-Metohija, said the head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Marko Djuric.