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Serbia plays for the final; "Kari, get hold of a new title", Villain vs. Bogdan VIDEO

Svetislav Pei's team made it to the top four in the world after a great victory against Lithuania, while the Canadians eliminated Slovenia.
By reaching the semi-finals of the World Cup, "Eagles" won the Olympic standard for Paris, and this Friday they will try to secure a world medal as well.

"Everything resembles Indianapolis"

Svetislav Pei's team played an excellent match in the quarter-finals and defeated Lithuania 87:68, becoming the first among the four best teams in the world.
Serbia is waiting for a rival in the fight for the final, the national team who proves to be better in the duel in which Slovenia and Canada meet, and that match will be played on Wednesday from 14:30.

Plans for green power connector

Greece's power transmission operator ADMIE is promoting a green electricity connection with Central European countries that will transmit electric power produced from renewable energy sources in Greece, Egypt and Israel to EU countries to the north.

Greece has most burnt areas in Europe

Burnt areas in Greece increased by 270% from the beginning of 2023 until Wednesday, according to the National Observatory of Athens.

Bulgaria’s PM suggested that Slovenia join the Project for New Kozloduy NPP Reactors

Slovenia to join the project for the new reactors in the "Kozloduy" Nuclear Power Plant either as a buyer of energy or as an investor.

This is what Bulgarian Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov proposed to his Slovenian colleague Robert Golob at a bilateral meeting within the framework of the 18th Strategic Forum in the Slovenian city of Bled, reported the government information service.

Greek president arrives at Bled Strategic Forum in Slovenia

Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou arrived at Bled on Monday for the Bled Strategic Forum, at the invitation of Slovenian President Natasa Pirc Musar.

Sakellaropoulou was welcomed by Slovenian Prime Minister Robert Golob and Foreign and European Affairs Minister Tanja Fajon.

PM to host Western Balkan, EU leaders on Monday for enlargement talks

Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has invited leaders of Western Balkan countries and EU officials to Athens on Monday night for a dinner and an informal discussion on EU enlargement and the European future of the region, his office announced. 

The benefits of a debt upgrade

It is widely expected that Greek debt will finally return to investment grade for the first time since 2010. Some minor credit rating agencies have already gone ahead with the upgrade, though none of the "big four" - DBRS, Fitch, Moody's and Standard & Poor's - have done so yet.