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Aleksandar Vucic and Vladimir Putin will speak in Beijing during a Belt and Road forum.
Diving around Patmos, climbing on Kalymnos, rafting on the Arachthos River, windsurfing off Paros, walking through mastic groves on Chios. An increasing number of international travelers are ditching their all-inclusive bracelets in search of fresh and more authentic experiences, and for those looking for something different, the possibilities in Greece are endless.
The war-damaged Bosnian city of Mostar showed its solidarity with Paris on Tuesday, when its famous Old Bridge was illuminated in blue, white and red - the colours of the French flag - on an initiative of a local NGO called the Centre for Peace and Multiethnic Cooperation.
The light show followed the massive fire that severely damaged the famous Cathedral of Notre Dame on Monday.
Parliament on Wednesday repeated a vote on a bill concerning President Klaus Iohannis' request for a national consultative referendum on issues of national concern, eliminating some initial recommendations to the head of state. There were 218 yeas, 11 nays and three abstentions for the new text of the bill.
Foreign Affairs Minister Teodor Melescanu on Wednesday, in the opening of the "Nato@70 - CSDP@20: A partnership for the future" conference, organised on the sidelines of Romania's Presidency at the EU Council, said that the transatlantic relation remains "essential to the European security and prosperity" and underscored the importance of strengthening this relation.