The leaders of Serbia, Albania and North Macedonia have criticized Brussels for its slow EU enlargement, promising to continue with its own travel zone and business zone while waiting for the bloc to receive them.
"We know that there is fatigue from EU enlargement," Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said in an interview.
The countries are represented in the Japanese alphabet, and Serbia was the 95th country to be represented in Tokyo.
The Serbian national flag was carried by basketball player Sonja Vasi and water polo player Filip Filipovi.
Serbia will be represented in Tokyo by 86 athletes in 15 different sports.
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President Rumen Radev has presented the Order of the Madara Horseman - First Degree to the Ambassador of the Netherlands to Bulgaria, Bea ten Tusscher. The award recognises H.E. Tusscher's extraordinary contribution to strengthening and deepening the friendly relations and cooperation between Bulgaria and the Netherlands.