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The European Commission made three demands towards Bulgaria in terms of complying with the legislative norms of the Union Thursday.
The representative organ has requested from the Bulgarian government that an explanation is provided in three sections: driving licences, railway transportation safety and field crops disease management.
Shortly after the Greek government council ended, the teleconference between Eurozone FinMins began. The Eurogroup teleconference will be deciding on the list of reforms presented by the Greek government.
Jeroen Dijsselbloem, in earlier statements, confirmed that the EC received the Greek government’s proposal late last night, underlining that it is not a “memorandum”.
LJUBLJANA - Companies from Slovenia are very interested in investing in Serbia's energy sector, construction industry, agriculture and IT sector, either through involvement in the privatization program or public-private partnerships, President of the Slovenian Business Club Danijela Fisakov told Tanjug on Friday.
BRDO PRI KRANJU - Serbia and Slovenia have excellent political and economic relations that can be described as best ever, the Serbian and Slovenian prime ministers Aleksandar Vucic and Miro Cerar said after the joint meeting of the two countries' governments.
Vucic and Cerar held a joint press conference at Brdo pri Kranju, and pointed to the significance of Serbia's European path.
BELGRADE - Representatives of the national associations of spas in Serbia, Slovenia, Croatia and Turkey inked an agreement on establishment of the Balkan Spa Institute on Friday.
The associations have been cooperating for ten years, and now they hope that other countries in the region will join them as well.