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Mitsotakis:Serbia, Greece should boost economic ties,especially in energy sector

BELGRADE - Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis, who is visiting Belgrade, said after a meeting with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic he was accompanied by four government ministers and a large number of Greek businesspeople in a bid to boost bilateral economic relations in concrete sectors and projects, in the energy and transport sectors in particular.

Mitsotakis: Serbia, Greece should boost economic ties, especially in energy sector

BELGRADE - Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis, who is visiting Belgrade, said after a meeting with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic he was accompanied by four government ministers and a large number of Greek businesspeople in a bid to boost bilateral economic relations in concrete sectors and projects, in the energy and transport sectors in particular.

Greek PM reaffirms support for Serbia’s EU membership ambitions

Greece's Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, left, and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic attend a press conference in Belgrade, Monday. In his remarks, Mitsotakis emphasized that Greece stands as Serbia's most steadfast ally in its pursuit of EU membership, further stating that Greece's strategic goal is the accession of the Western Balkans. The Greek premier is on a two-day visit to Serbia.

Serbian basketball players qualified for the Olympic Games!

For the girls selected by Marina Maljkovi, it was important for Germany to win against Brazil, or for the host of the qualifying tournament not to triumph with a seven-point lead.
That's what happened, Germany defeated Brazil 73:71 in the last match of the qualifiers.

Vucic today with Mitsotakis

The program of the visit of the Greek delegation foresees a tete-a-tete meeting between Vui and Mitsotakis at 9:30 a.m. in the Palace of "Serbia", which will be followed by plenary talks by the delegations of the two countries, led by Vui and Mitsotakis, announced the Office for Media Relations of the President of Serbia.

Rent prices falling in Antalya as Russians leave the city

Rent and home prices in the province of Antalya on the Mediterranean coast, have been declining as many Russians, which constitute the largest group of foreigners living in the city, are relocating to Serbia and Dubai.

Rents and home prices skyrocketed in the city after thousands of Russians and Ukrainians arrived in Antalya after the war broke out between the two countries.

Orbán: We will lose Serbia

This opinion was expressed by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbn.
Serbia must enter the European Union as soon as possible, otherwise Belgrade will choose cooperation with other partners, and Brussels will lose this country. This opinion was expressed by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbn.

Vučić summarized the results of the UN visit: "Thirteen countries expressed concern"

"It was an important session of the Security Council, you could see what kind of situation we were in due to the behavior of Pristina, we could see that 12 or 13 out of 15 members of the SC unequivocally expressed their disagreement with Kurti's decision regarding the dinar ban, these are important messages, we fought honorably and fairly represented our country," said Vui.

Serbia beat US to qualify for water polo world championship quarters, Olympics

DOHA - The Serbia men's national water polo team defeated the US 14-12 (2-3, 3-4, 6-1, 3-4) at the World Aquatics Championships in Doha on Friday to qualify for the quarter-finals and secure a berth at the Paris Olympics, where it will be defending back-to-back gold medals from Rio de Janeiro and Tokyo.

Vucic: We fought honourably in UN Security Council

NEW YORK - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic met with UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres in New York on Friday to discuss Thursday's special UN Security Council session on Kosovo-Metohija, held at Serbia's request.

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