Serbia lose to Hungary at home in EURO 2024 qualifier

BELGRADE - The Serbia men's national football team suffered a 2-1 home defeat to Hungary in a EURO 2024 qualifying match at the Rajko Mitic Stadium in Belgrade on Thursday evening.

Serbia took the lead through an Attila Szalai own goal in the 10th minute, but Barnabas Varga equalisaed in the 34th minute and Willi Orban netted the winner in the 36th minute.

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"This is the characteristic of great champions, because they are born winners, they do not suffer due to defeat but prepare for the next victory instead. There can be no defeat when you win a silver medal, after the world title... Please, girls, smile a little bit more", Vucic said, adding:

Greece loses to Montenegro, 73-69, in final World Cup game

Greece, already eliminated from the FIBA World Cup quarterfinals, ended its campaign Sunday with a 73-69 loss to Montenegro.

With the loss, Greece (2-3) finished last in Group J, the Round of 16 group. Lithuania and the USA, who were to play later Sunday, have already made the quarterfinals.

Rejuvenating a vision

The recent gathering of Western Balkan leaders along with top European Union officials in Athens, following an invitation from Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis (on the 20th anniversary of a summit between the EU and Western Balkan countries in the northern port city of Thessaloniki) was naturally overshadowed by the previously unannounced presence of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelens

Architects lose 30,000 euros to Balkans tour scam

The owner of a tour company with its headquarters in İzmir is accused of defrauding 61 members of the Chamber of Architects branch in Denizli province of roughly 30,000 euros after signing a contract for a Balkans trip.

In April 2023, the chamber which organized a Balkans tour for its members met with Emine Yıldız, the owner of an Izmir-based tour company for the trip.

The EU is considering preventing New Members from Blocking other Candidates

A special clause in the countries' accession treaties to the European Union can ensure that they cannot block other applicants immediately after entry.

This was stated by the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, at the Strategic Forum in Bled, which gathered heads of state and government from the Western Balkans and other countries, including Bulgaria and Greece.