Slight rise in Cyprus’ unemployed
The number of unemployed people in Cyprus, as registered at District Labor Offices on the last day of February, came to 16,597, according to data published by the Statistical Service of Cyprus (CyStat) on Friday.
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Sarajevo University Revokes Largest Hospital Director’s Diploma
The diploma of Sebija Izetbegovic, director of the Sarajevo Clinical Centre and professor at the Faculty of Medicine in the Bosnian capital, was revoked on Monday following an investigation into her master's qualifications.
Whose Europe? Brussels Museum Presents Western-centric Picture of Balkans
Located in the 'European district' of the Belgian capital, Brussels, the House of European History sits next to the European Commission and a stone's throw from the European Parliament, its main sponsor. Spread over four floors, the exhibition space is dedicated to the history of Europe and is a key part of the EU's own tourist offer.
50/50: Spain will require by law an Equal Number of Men and Women in Important Posts
Spain will adopt a law that will equalize the number of men and women in important positions in politics and administration, as well as in large companies, said yesterday Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, quoted by BTA.
Romanian Roma Threaten Church With Lawsuit Over Role in Slavery
Romania's main faith organisation, the Orthodox Church, has disputed claims that the country's Roma suffered exclusively from slavery in past centuries, after being threatened with a lawsuit.
Brnabic meets with members of EBRD Board of Directors
BELGRADE - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic met with members of the EBRD Board of Directors on Wednesday to discuss Serbia's economic growth, energy and digitalisation as key factors of economic growth.
Varhelyi: Europe delivers results
BELGRADE - EU Enlargement Commissioner Oliver Varhelyi said on Tuesday in Belgrade the signing of an agreement on the first tranche of an EU grant for the construction of a Belgrade-Nis high-speed rail line was important for Serbia and the entire Western Balkan region and demonstrated that Europe delivered results.
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Brnabic: European companies employing over 280,000 people in Serbia
BELGRADE - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic said on Tuesday EU and regional cooperation were Serbia's main strategic foreign policy priorities and noted that European companies had directly employed 281,363 people in Serbia as of December 2022.
Petkovic: Anniversary celebration a provocation by Pristina, no liaison office
BELGRADE - The head of the Serbian government Office for Kosovo-Metohija Petar Petkovic said on Thursday a Belgrade gathering that had marked the anniversary of the so-called Kosovo's unilateral declaration of independence had not been an official event and was a "sheer provocation" by Pristina.
Vucevic meets with Egypt's army chief of staff, military production minister
BELGRADE - Serbian Deputy PM and Defence Minister Milos Vucevic held separate meetings with the Chief of Staff of the Egyptian Armed Forces Lt-Gen Osama Askar and the country's Minister for Military Production Mohamed Mustafa at the IDEX 2023 arms fair in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday.