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Migrants prevented from illegally crossing border
BELGRADE -- Ten migrants from Afghanistan and Syria were on Wednesday prevented from crossing into Serbia illegally, it has been announced.
The migrants were discovered on the Preševo border crossing between Serbia and Macedonia, and in the customs terminal in the town of Kruševac.
Freedom of movement deal covers Belgrade airport
BELGRADE -- Belgrade and Priština working groups agreed to expand the freedom of movement agreement to Belgrade's Nikola Tesla airport and a number of border crossings.
The crossings include those leading to Bulgaria and Macedonia, head of the Serbian Government Office for Kosovo Marko Đurić said on Wednesday.
BELGRADE - Belgrade and Pristina working groups have agreed to expand the freedom of movement agreement to cover the Belgrade airport Nikola Tesla and a number of border crossings, including those leading to Bulgaria and Macedonia, head of the Serbian government office for Kosovo Marko Djuric said on Wednesday.
Many Bulgarians will spend the long weekend including September 22, Bulgarian Independence Day, in one of the neighboring countries.
Every third tourist who will travel abroad for the holidays chooses to go to Greece, according to Bayko Bajkov, head of the Association of Bulgarian Tour Operators and Travel Agents (ABTTA), Standart news informs.
Countries co-operate to form Balkan roaming-free zone
Experts praise the recent agreement to end high roaming charges for cell phone users next year.
Turkey, Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro and Albania agreed to eliminate mobile roaming charges for their citizens travelling to the other countries beginning in 2015, officials said.
SKOPJE - Macedonian and Serbian Foreign Ministers Nikola Popovski and Ivica Dacic signed in Skopje on Monday an Agreement on rational use of resources in joint diplomatic and consular missions abroad, announcing that the locations and countries where the joint missions are to be set up will be defined soon.