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NATO's Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg on Feb. 17 condemned the recent killing of 13 Turkish nationals by PKK terrorists in northern Iraq.
"I would like to express my condolences to Turkey for the killing of Turkish citizens in Northern Iraq," Stoltenberg said at a news conference following the virtual meeting of NATO defense ministers.
Marking the 13th anniversary of Kosovo's proclamation of independence, at a ceremony organised at the compound of the Kosovo Security Force KSF, the country's Acting President, Vjosa Osmani, recalled the past struggle for independence and the future goal of "integration into the community of European nations".
According to a new order issued by the Bulgarian Health Minister, school and university students from Greece, Turkey, Serbia, the Republic of North Macedonia and Romania, who travel to Bulgaria every day or at least once a week, will not be required to present PCR test result every time they enter Bulgaria.
The order comes into effect as of February 17.
Turkey proves every day that it has no intention whatsoever to improve its relations with Greece
The heaviest in12 years snowfall in Greece has led to power cuts, disrupted transport and stranded people in their homes.
Greece is in a cold grip for the fourth day in a row. Temperatures dropped to minus 20 degrees Celsius in the north of the country. On the islands, northerly winds were blowing, reaching velocity of up to 118 km/h.
Temperatures in part of Kozani in northern Greece fell to as low as minus 20 degrees Celsius