Royal Caribbean expands its cruise itinerary from Piraeus

Royal Caribbean confirmed this week it has selected Greece for homeporting, with its 11-deck Enchantment of the Seas cruise liner departing from Piraeus from May to September this year for seven-night cruises to Greek ports such as Mykonos, Santorini, Hania, Corfu etc, and Adriatic ports such as Kotor in Montenegro and Split in Croatia, before disembarking at Ravenna in Italy.

Greece’s prospects as a hydrogen hub

Greece could become an important hydrogen hub for Europe, with hydrogen being the fuel of the future and ranking high on the European Commission's agenda for the transition to a pollution-free economy by 2050.

The European Union has signed an agreement with Egypt, while Saudi Arabia is developing renewable hydrogen production plans that are targeting Europe.

Vucevic meets with Egypt's army chief of staff, military production minister

BELGRADE - Serbian Deputy PM and Defence Minister Milos Vucevic held separate meetings with the Chief of Staff of the Egyptian Armed Forces Lt-Gen Osama Askar and the country's Minister for Military Production Mohamed Mustafa at the IDEX 2023 arms fair in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.

In 5 Months Bulgaria has Exported over 1 Billion Euros worth of Weapons

In five months, Bulgaria exported weapons with a total value of 1,016,336,858 euros, reported BGNES.

The information is from the period March 1 to August 1, 2022. For the specified period, 289 permits were issued for the export and transfer of defense-related products.

Air Serbia to introduce direct flights to Cairo in May

BELGRADE - Air Serbia will commence direct flights between Belgrade and Cairo on May 15.

The Serbian national airline will be operating flights to the capital of Egypt three times a week, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, while flights from Cairo to the Serbian capital will be operated on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, Air Serbia announced in a statement.