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NOVI SAD - The government of Vojvodina pledged to transfer RSD 5.7 million to help repair the damage to 15 facilities in the northern Serbian province which were vandalized after the incident at the Serbia-Albania football match.
The funds will be allocated from the current budget reserve, the government of Vojvodina released on its website on Monday.
Bulgarians' trips abroad increased by 9.7% in September, year-on-year, shows data of the National Statistics Institute (NSI).
The total number of foreign trips was 407 000.
Most significant rise was posted by trips to Greece - 19.6%, Turkey - 17.7%, Italy - 17.1%, Germany - 13.6%, Spain - 13.2%, the UK - 12.1%, Serbia - 7.8% and Macedonia - 7.7%.
What has been leaked so far regarding the results of the stress tests on Greeces lenders, which are due to be published on Sunday, appears positive.
Greece needs a healthy, private banking sector if it wants to increase growth and boost entrepreneurship as it tries to recover from the crisis.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.2 on the Richter scale was registered in northern Greece, early Saturday.
The quake occurred at 3.16 a.m. some 20 km from the northwestern city of Arta, and 249 km northeast of the capital Athens, Bulgarian news agency BGNES informs.
No damages or victims have been reported.