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Ivet Lalova Took First Place In The 200-Meter Race In Osaka

This morning, only one day after she turned 35, the best Bulgarian sprinter Ivet Lalova won the 200m race at the IAAF "Golden Grand Prix" at the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) in Osaka.

Kyra Jefferson (USA) ranked 2nd with 23.00 seconds, and Olga Safronova (Kazakhstan) 3rd with 23.08 seconds.

Greek PM to attend Belt & Road Forum

Chinese President Xi Jinping will deliver a keynote speech at the second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation (BRF) to be held from April 25 to 27 in Beijing, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi announced on Friday.
Leaders including heads of state and government from 37 countries will attend the forum's round-table summit, Wang told a press briefing.

#romania2019.eu/ForMin Melescanu says Central Asia has undergone extraordinary changes, new opportunities open up

Romania's Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu said on Monday, in the beginning of a high-level conference to mark the adoption of the new EU Strategy for Central Asia - Connectivity for sustainable development, that the countries in that region have undergone important changes and new opportunities are opening up for them.

Diplomats in Concert | Athens | April 10

Ambassadors and other members of the diplomatic missions of Austria, China, the Czech Republic, Georgia, Germany, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Luxembourg, Moldova, Montenegro, the Palestinian Authority, Romania and Ukraine will perform a charity concert in aid of the SOS Children's Villages at the Parnassos Literary Society on Wednesday, April 10.

70% of the Bulgarian Business Encounters Difficulties in Hiring Workers

68% of Bulgarian employers face difficulties in hiring workers. This was stated by the Chairman of the Managing Board of the Industrial Capital Association Vassil Velev before the BNR. He quotes a survey that says that 45% of employers globally have such difficulties.

Kazakhstan Confirmed the Deaths of 13 Soldiers in a Helicopter Crash

Kazakhstan has confirmed that 13 soldiers have died aboard a helicopter crash in the south, writes RIA Novosti.

The Mi-8 helicopter crashed in the Kuzlodrin district during a flight of four combat vehicles from the city of Aktau in the west of Kazakhstan to the town of Shumkent in the west.

Kazakhstan Renames their Capital after Ex-president

At a joint meeting of the two chambers, Kazakhstan's parliament passed a law renaming the state capital Astana to Nursultan in honor of President Nursultan Nazarbayev, TASS reported.

The members of the Magglias (Lower House) and Senate (upper) unanimously voted in favor of the proposal. The law is considered adopted and is now due to be signed by the president.

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