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BELGRADE - The exhibition entitled 'Welcome to Mesozoic' on the long-gone world and times which still attract most attention of all bygone geological eras will open in the Gallery of the Museum of Natural History in Belgrade on April 30.
The Bulgarian Industrial Association (BIA) has reelected Sasho Donchev, CEO of Overgas, as Chair of the Management Board for a second 5-year term in office.
Bozhidar Danev also keeps the office of Executive Chair of BIA.
Violina Marinova, Chief Executive Officer of DSK Bank, enters the Management Board of BIA.
The EU judicial cooperation unit Eurojust bust an organized crime group that committed fraud on a large scale in Belgium and the Netherlands.
It operated in Belgium, the Netherlands, Romania and Bulgaria and drained the social security systems in Belgium and the Netherlands.
The Union of hotel owners in Sunny Beach demands that the state introduces fines for balconing.
Last summer in result of jumping from the hotel balcony into the swimming pool or between balconies, in the Black Sea resort died several foreign tourists.
The hotel owners propose that the fine be at least EUR 300 and be imposed by police.
NOVI SAD - The European Union has adopted a decision under which Novi Sad may become a European Capital of Culture in 2021 instead of in 2020 as previously planned, the Cultural Centre of Novi Sad said in a statement on Friday.
NOVI SAD - Members of the Vojvodina Assembly Collegium and the Working group in charge of preparation of the draft statute of the province reached an agreement on a majority of open issues and adopted decisions concerning alternative solutions in the text, the cabinet of Vojvodina Assembly President Istvan Pastor released.
A severe oil price hike was triggered in Iran by President Rouhani's decision to cut petrol subsisides, in a desperate attempt to address long-standing economic issues.
Subsidized fuel (available to each driver in limited quantities) thus rose from USD 0.16 to USD 0.28 per liter, according to Al Jazeera English.
BELGRADE - The EU Delegation to Serbia has issued a new call for proposals that cover three topics, the battle against corruption, discrimination and cooperation between Belgrade and Pristina, with the total amount of grants available being EUR 2.4 million, according to what was said at the presentation of the invitation on Friday.