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BELGRADE - Current time with an increasing economic interdependence among countries and organizations, the shifting balance in the world economy, many technological changes and various security threats, seems to be more challenging than ever, Slovenia's Prime Minister Milo Cerar notes.
BELGRADE - The Bestbeat, a Belgrade-based Beatles tribute band, will play a concert at Dom Omladine in Belgrade on December 27 in a bid to recreate the atmosphere of the Liverpool Fab Four's early performances.
Two awards for campaign highlighting violence against media
BELGRADE -- Saatchi&Saatchi Belgrade has won two awards for the campaign ''Chronicles of Threats" at the prestigious European Festival of Creativity Eurobest in Helsinki.
The campaign was done with the Serbian Commission Investigating Murders of Journalists and the OSCE.
BELGRADE - High-ranking officials of Serbia, China and 15 more countries will be brought together in Belgrade on December 16-17 for the third summit of leaders of Central and Eastern European countries and China.
An economic forum of the participating countries will be held on the sidelines of the summit, reads a statement on the Serbian government's website.
Renzo Daviddi, the deputy head of EU Delegation, said Thursday that the country has to raise standards and adopt the necessary veterinary and food safety legislation to be allowed to export milk to the EU.
Daviddi said there were a lot of technical issues to be solved by various institutions but political will was needed to make a breakthrough.
BELGRADE - The 9th International Festival of Salsa and other Caribbean dances under the title Salsa Motion Weekend will be held in Belgrade from December 5 to 7 and it will gather around 1,000 dancers from Serbia and the world.
According to the index published by the Berlin-based watchdog on Wednesday, Albania and Kosovo are ranked joint 110th out of 174 countries around the world that were assessed in the report.
Slovenia still plans to build S. Stream pipeline
LJUBLJANA, BANJA LUKA, SOFIA -- The Slovenian company Plinovodi, a partner of Russia's Gazprom, will continue the construction of South Stream in Slovenia, Beta reported.
This comes despite Russian President Vladimir Putin and Gazprom announcing that the project was abandoned.