Never give up and fight until the end, Vucic tells Youth Sports Games participants

BELGRADE - Never give up and always fight until the end, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Friday in a message to Youth Sports Games (YSG) participants at a ceremony at which legendary German former footballer Karl-Heinz Rummenigge was named new YSG ambassador.

Double interest rate margin

The fact that the interest rate margin in Greece has been double the European average supports the high profitability of the country's four systemic banks, which in the first nine months of 2023 amounted to 2.8 billion euros out of a total of €131.1 billion which was the total profitability of the 109 systemic banks supervised by the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM) of the European Central Ba

Bulgaria Recovers Over 4,000 Ancient Artifacts: A Triumph in Cultural Repatriation

Bulgaria has successfully reclaimed more than 4,000 ancient artifacts that were illegally exported from the country. The Main Directorate "Fighting Organized Crime" (GDBOP) orchestrated the return of these archaeological treasures, which had been trafficked and dispersed globally. Collaborative efforts involving Italy, Germany, Canada, and the USA contributed to this achievement.

UK most preferred country for Greeks who want to study abroad

The United Kingdom continues to be the first country of choice for Greeks who want to study abroad, based on a survey carried out by marketing research and polling company Kubi Kalloo.

The poll used a sample of 1,700 young people aged 16-34 from France, Germany, Poland, Spain, Italy and Greece, who are interested in studying abroad within the next three years.

Germany’s Economy Is In “Troubled Waters”

Minister of Economy Robert Habeck stated that the economic situation in Germany is exceptionally challenging during the presentation of the significantly lowered new government forecast for growth this year. The German government has adjusted its projection for economic growth in 2024 downward, from 1.3% to 0.2%.