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The first in stop in his visit were the final works on the reconstruction of the Elementary School "Hajduk Veljko" and the sports hall.
These works are worth 245 million dinars.
The Elementary School "Hajduk Veljko" has about 600 students, of which 327 in the lower grades, and more than 300 students in the older ones.
Bulgaria ranks fourth in the European Union (EU) in terms of the share of household food expenditures in 2019, according to data from the European statistical office Eurostat.
Last year, households in Bulgaria spent almost a fifth of their income on food, equivalent to 11.4% of Bulgaria's gross domestic product (GDP), according to European statistics.
Ljubljana – The shareholders of energy group Petrol appointed new supervisors on Monday and voted against a proposal to take legal action against the former management for alleged damages over multiple high-profile transactions.
Two current supervisors – chief supervisor Sašo Berger and Mladen Kaliterna – received new terms.
After a severe earthquake struck the Croatian capital Zagreb in March this year, another series of slightly smaller quakes hit the country south of the capital on Monday.
The strongest one with a magnitude of 5 on the Richter scale had its epicenter some 12 kilometres southwest of Sisak, 60 km south of Zagreb.