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Serbian President was told: If you accept, you'll join EU till 2030, if you don't...?

Demostat states, referring to its diplomatic sources, that the perspective of Serbia's membership in the EU, investments in the energy sector, meaning being independent from Russia in that area, the arrival of US and European companies, are part of what Serbia could expect if it agrees to the Western proposal.

What analysts believe about possible recession in Greece during an election year

Barring extreme scenarios, the Greek economy is not expected to enter a recession in 2023. Or will it? For Greece, numerous analyses predict that in 2023 a strong growth of around 6% will be recorded, and for 2023 close to 2%, while the Eurozone and Germany are entering recession. Recently, there is a major outlook revision for the Eurozone economy.

Boštjančič, Vasle discuss Slovenia’s relatively good economic situation in Washington

Washington – Global economy is in trouble, but given the circumstances Slovenia is in a relatively good financial and economic shape, Finance Minister Klemen Boštjančič and Banka Slovenije Governor Boštjan Vasle said at the end of the a meeting of the IMF and World Bank in Washington, US. The talks focussed on inflation.