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Exemption from tuition fees for all students from the Bulgarian diaspora in Albania, Kosovo, Moldova, Northern Macedonia, Ukraine and Serbia, which have been adopted by acts of the Council of Ministers at Bulgarian public higher education institutions - this is a measure envisaged in a project of the Ministry of Education, which will change 4 laws since 2020, BNR reported.
Serbian President made this statement on the meeting with the representatives of Parliamentary Committee for Stabilization and Association of Serbia and the European Union (POSP).
This is the latest in a series of articles about the demographic crisis facing Central and Southeast Europe.
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According to Bosnjak, emigration from the country peaked last year and an increased number of births in 2018 heralded some really good news.
Several dozen people joined the protest entitled 'Rally for Her Justice', organised by the Albanian American Woman's Organisation with backing from US Bosnian and Croat groups, on Tuesday near the Serbian consulate in New York.
The organisers said they were calling on the Serbian authorities "to punish and prosecute the war criminals that may still be living in their country".
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said that Serbia wants EU membership but that it will build good relations with others on its European path. This happened after his meeting with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and EU Enlargement Commissioner Johannes Khan in Brussels, MIA news reported. Vucic added that Serbia is a sovereign state and so it will be.
The outgoing EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy, Mogherini, invited Vucic and other Western Balkans leaders to a farewell working dinner at the EU headquarters in Brussels, and on that occasion, Serbia's President Aleksandar Vucic thanked Mogherini for her efforts and support of Belgrade's European integrations, presenting her with a bouquet of white orchids.
China's President Xi Jinping will attend the International Import Expo in Shanghai on November 5, the country's Ministry of Commerce said on Tuesday.
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis will also attend, along with heads of state from France, Greece, Jamaica and Serbia, according to Ren Hongbin, China's assistant commerce minister.
Sylvie Baïpo-Temon said in an interview for Sputnjik that much has been said about it in the media. "The position of the Central African Republic is a very clear position because we are a country that has just overcome the crisis", she said.