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The Financial Times: A perfect recipe for the war in Balkans

Commenting on the infamous "non-paper", the one that allegedly originated from the Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa, the FT states that mere defending the inviolability of borders in the Western Balkans is far from sufficient when it comes to the West's policy towards that region.

How to travel to Greece after May 14?

It has been announced together with the expected opening of border crossings with Northern Macedonia, the recognition of antigen tests for children older than 10, as well as the introduction of so-called "fast line" checkpoints for vaccinated citizens.

Tests at the Greek Border

Still, it is not so easy to enter Greece. "This morning, we arrived first at the border crossing, around 6 in the morning," it was reported by TV Prva.

Ancient artifacts throw light on history in northwestern Turkey

Artifacts from the ancient civilizations of Thrace, Persia, Macedonia, Rome and Byzantium, unearthed in northwestern Turkey, are a must-see for museumgoers in the area.

The findings are presented in three of Turkey's provinces in the Thrace region, namely Edirne, Kırklareli and Tekirdağ, all of which have hosted human civilization since ancient times.

Greece opens to tourists from Serbia

Greek minister of Tourism, Harris Theocharis announced today that Greece is planning a trial opening of the season in April for citizens of selected countries with a high vaccination rate, including Serbia.

North Macedonia Comes out with Protest Note in Response to Bulgarian MEP Outburst

The Macedonain Foreign Affairs Ministry and the VMRO-DPMNE party issued a protest to Bulgaria after the latest nationalist outburst from Bulgarian member of the European Parliament Angel Dzhambazki. Dzhambazki, who is part of the VMRO-BND party which is in Prime Minister Borisov's coalition, threatened Macedonia with a "dreadful end" if it "continues to reject its Bulgarian character".