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Vučić presented Viktor Orbán with the medal: "This is your second house" VIDEO/PHOTO

Vui presented Orbn with the Order of the Republic of Serbia on a Grand Collar for exceptional merit in development and strengthening of peaceful cooperation and friendly relations between Serbia and Hungary.
Vui pointed out that he is honored to have the opportunity to honor Orbn.
"This is the highest order awarded by the President of Serbia," he said.

Kline 10th in Olympic men’s downhill for Slovenia’s best

Beijing – Boštjan Kline placed 10th in the Olympic men’s downhill for what is the best ever achievement for Slovenian male alpine skiers in the discipline. Out of three Slovenians to appear in the flagship Alpine skiing event at the racecourse called The Rock at Xiaohaitu, Kline did best, finishing a 1.06 second behind the winner.

Police boat retiring after 26 years of service

Koper – After 26 years of service, Slovenia’s oldest police boat made its final voyage off the Koper coast on Wednesday. It will now be consigned to a museum.

Built in Italy in 1994, the P-111 boat embarked on its maiden voyage in June the following year. It has been used to patrol Slovenian waters and the border and has been involved in many a rescue operation at sea.

Days of Jožef Stefan kick off online

Ljubljana – Days of Jožef Stefan will kicked off online yesterday with Jožef Stefan Institute (IJS) head Boštjan Zalar addressing the opening ceremony. Until Saturday several lectures and other events will be held to popularise science and honour the memory of the famous physicist that gave the name to Slovenia’s top research institute.

Inspectors find non-compliance with vaccination strategy at six institutions

Ljubljana – A report by the health inspectorate about compliance with the national vaccination strategy shows that the national strategy was not fully complied with in the vaccination of 297 persons at six health institutions. The Oncology Institute in Ljubljana stands out. The institutions say they have not received detailed instructions.

Artists Turn Bulgarian Village Into Open-air Gallery

Bulgarians may have only heard of New York's Museum of Modern Art, MoMA, but now they can see some the most iconic artworks there - without having to fly to the Big Apple.

They just have to come to the village of Staro Zhelezare, near Hisarya and Plovdiv in central Bulgaria, and stroll along its streets, which artists have turned into an open-air gallery.

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