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New earthquake hits Croatia

The epicenter of the earthquake, which was registered at 5:07 a.m., was in the area of Metkovi, 5 kilometers southwest of Neum, at a depth of 6 kilometers, the EMSC announced.
Yesterday, the Seismological Service of Croatia recorded a weak earthquake of magnitude 2.6 on the Richter scale in the sea off the coast of Peljeac, southeast of uljan.

Croatia Backs Bulgaria's Schengen and Eurozone Accession Amid Ministerial Talks

In a significant diplomatic stride, Croatia has voiced unwavering support for Bulgaria's aspirations to join the Schengen area and the Eurozone during a high-profile visit by Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister Mariya Gabriel.

Bulgaria's Path to Eurozone Membership: No Reliance on Exceptions

In a significant step towards Eurozone integration, Bulgaria asserts its readiness to join the currency union without relying on exceptions, according to statements made by officials in Brussels. Petar Chobanov, Deputy Governor of the Bulgarian National Bank, emphasized Bulgaria's commitment to meeting the criteria for Eurozone membership during a conference organized by MEP Emil Radev.

Dacic condemns Vucic effigy burning incident in Croatia, protest note filed

BELGRADE - Serbian FM Ivica Dacic has condemned in the strongest terms an incident in which an effigy of Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic was burned during a festivity in Kastel Stari, Croatia, and said a note of protest had been filed with the Croatian embassy in Belgrade.

Eurostat: Greece ranks third in number of radio stations in EU

Greece has the third highest number of radio stations in the EU, after Spain and Italy, data from the EU's statistical arm Eurostat has shown.

According to the figures, released to mark World Radio Day, Spain, with 714 stations, Italy (679), Greece (599), France (343) and Portugal (299) held the top five spots in 2022 in terms of the number of radio stations.

Serbia lose to Croatia in water polo world championship quarters

DOHA - The Serbia men's national water polo team lost 15-13 (4-4, 5-5, 2-1, 4-3) to Croatia at the World Aquatics Championships in Doha on Tuesday evening.

Serbia now go to the playoffs for the 5th to the 8th positions and will first face the loser of the match between Hungary and France.

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