Mandic wins gold, Bogdanovic silver in Switzerland

BELGRADE - Serbia's Milica Mandic has won a gold medal while Tijana Bogdanovic a silver at a taekwondo G1 tournament in Switzerland.

Mandic, an Olympic champion, beat France's Aurelia Sanfilippo 7-1, Croatia's Iva Rados by a golden point and Dutch competitor Reshmie Oogink by a golden point in the final of the -73 kg weightclass to take the gold.

PM Ponta: Romania-EC Partnership Agreement to be improved before signing

The last draft of Romania's Partnership Agreement with the European Commission is much better than the original one; the Romanian Government will take into account EC's observations and will improve the document to be signed, Prime Minister Victor Ponta said on Thursday evening.

Nordic cooperation - example for Serbia, region

BELGRADE - Finnish Ambassador to Serbia Pekka Orpana opened on Wednesday a seminar under the title “Stronger together - Nordic Cooperation and Innovation: A relevance to the Western Balkans?” with a message that the Nordic type of cooperation is a form of cooperation that could be implemented in the Western Balkans countries.

Cyprus reunification ‘worth 20 billion euros’

A study prepared by Turkish and Greek Cypriot economists predicts that a peace deal would generate 20 billion euros for the divided island, by expanding the size of their economies Cyprus reunification deal would generate a 20-billion-euro ($27.2 billion) peace dividend for the recession-hit island, according to a study released.