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They spoke about bilateral relations between the two states and the upcoming visit of that countrys president Emmanuel Macron to Serbia, the Serbian government announced.
The two officials agreed that Serbia and France are reliable partners and that this year political dialogue has reached the level and dynamics that have not existed in many years.
According to a statement, the proposed bill seeks to ensure that any changes are made in a coordinated manner between neighboring countries in order to ensure the proper functioning of the internal market and avoid fragmentation that would occur if some member states retain seasonal changes of time, while others abolished it.
Serbia's Instute for Public Health, named after Dr. Milan Jovanovic Batut, has confirmed 141 cases in Belgrade, 46 in the South Backa District, 40 in the South Banat, 15 in the Podunavlje, 13 in the Branicevski, 6 in the Western Backa, 7 in the Sremska, , 5 in Northern Banat, 4 in the Middle Banat, one in the Macva, 1 in the Zlatibor, one in the Pomoravlje, and 2 in the Raska districs.
According to the British Express, Pahor said the EU "could not hope to take on the likes of Serbia, Montenegro and Albania as new members in its current state."
"A weak EU will not be able to expand to the Western Balkans," he told during a forum in Bled on Tuesday, in the presence of European Commission's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier.
The event featured around 1,200 participants from 60 countries, numbers that Logar said showed that it was "the largest and content-wise the strongest forum so far, exceeding the frameworks of the location in Slovenia and significantly expanding to areas in the region as well as the immediate and distant neighbourhood".
"We cannot stop it, but we can slow it down a little bit," he said at a one-on-one interview at the Bled Strategic Forum on Monday evening.
He admitted that in the new elections for UEFA president will be much easier, as people know him. "You cannot force them to give you support, but it is much easier now when you have the position."
Ljubljana, 6 September - Slovenia opened their campaign in the UEFA Nations League, the new international competition which replaces international friendly matches, by losing to Bulgaria in Ljubljana's Stožice Stadium 1:2 on Thursday, with both goals for the guests scored by the winger Bozhidar Kraev.