Orion 23 allied drill wraps up

Greece participated in the French multinational drill Orion 2023 with the Adrias frigate from February 22 to March 7, within the context of the military cooperation between the two countries, enshrined in the agreement signed between the Greek Chief of the General Staff of the Hellenic Armed Forces Konstantinos Floros and French Chief of Defense Thierry Burkhard. 

Germans continue to show interest in Türkiye’s tourism

Following a month since the deadly Feb. 6 quakes, Türkiye's tourism sector is gearing up to prepare for the summer season as Germans continue to show increasing interest, a sector representative says, adding that the sector, which expects 60 million tourists and $56 billion in revenue this year, is discussing the impact of the earthquake.

British architect David Chipperfield wins Pritzker prize

British architect and urban planner David Chipperfield won the 2023 Pritzker Prize, organizers of the profession's most prestigious award announced on March 7.

The 69-year-old was honored for "timeless modern design that confronts climate urgencies, transforms social relationships and reinvigorates cities," they said in a statement.

Brnabic: Serbia should not be "grass under fighting elephants"

MT KOPAONIK - When it comes to relations between big powers, Serbia should not be "the grass under fighting elephants," PM Ana Brnabic said on Wednesday, noting that Serbia was being targeted by objections over Chinese investments in the country even though China had invested more in Western Europe than it had in Serbia and the Western Balkans.

Nearly 1 Million Euros have been Collected in Bulgaria for the Victims of the Earthquakes in Turkey

Nearly 1 million euros is the amount collected in Bulgaria from donations on the account opened to help the victims of the earthquakes in Turkey last month, reported the Turkish TV channel CNN-Turk, quoted by BTA.

The TV channel presents a report on the financial aid collected in various European countries for the areas of Turkey destroyed by the February 6 earthquakes.

Looking for a model for Serbs; Germany, France, Italy or Belgium?

In the text signed by the editor, Baton Haxhiu, it is said that among the multitude of different models and forms of self-government for national minorities, which are currently applied in the territory of the European Union (a total of 17 different models), a solution is being sought for the Community of Serbian Municipalities.