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BELGRADE – The information and communication technology (ICT) is a sector with the greatest employment potential and it is therefore necessary to motivate girls to affirm themselves in this area, State Secretary at the Serbian Ministry of Trade and Telecommunications Tatjana Matic said Thursday.
BELGRADE - Serbia's First Deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic and Didier Burkhalter, president of the Swiss Confederation, foreign minister and chairman of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), concluded on Thursday that, in the last three years, significant progress has been made in bilateral cooperation.
The Russian daily newspaper Rossiyskaya Gazeta has reported that Moscow plans to abolish its visa-free regime and trade preferences with Montenegro.
The Gazeta is the Kremlin's official daily newspaper, which publishes decrees, statements and documents of Russian state bodies.
Swiss-Serbian Chamber of Commerce "sign of trust"
BELGRADE -- Didier Burkhalter says the Swiss-Serbian Chamber of Commerce is a sign of trust in Serbia's future and contribution to stronger ties between the two countries.
The Swiss president and foreign minister spoke in Belgrade on Thursday, as the chamber was officially opened.
US engineering group General Electric has reportedly engaged into talks with France's trainmaker Alstom, with the rumors soaring the latter's shares.
The French company, which is a world leader in railway transport, has downpalyed the claims that GE has expressed interest in its assets, suggesting they lead to "speculation and rumors".
Bulgarians spent BGN 700 M in the two weeks preceding Easter, shows data of the National Revenue Agency (NRA).
The information was gathered by the cash registers of hotels, guest houses, restaurants and bars only.
The sum is smaller than last year, when the bank holidays around Easter and St. George's Day (May 6) were merged.
BELGRADE - Setting up working bodies and standing delegations to international parliamentary institutions marked the end of the constitution of the Serbian National Assembly on Thursday, and a new session is about to start to discuss amendments to the laws on government and ministries, whose passage is a prerequisite for forming a new government.