Geography of Europe

Explore the Tomb of Tutankhamun in Burgas, Bulgaria

If you want to walk through Tutankhamun's tomb and see how the boy's Pharaoh last house seemed like, you can do in Burgas. More than 100 exhibits of gold and precious stones recreate with absolute precision the funeral chamber from which the ruler of Ancient Egypt has taken to the stars, as seen by Treasure Hunt Howard Carter, reports Travel Bulgaria News

Iohannis: Agriculture - essential in economy and society, Romania has still-not-fully-tapped agricultural potential

Romania further enjoys a considerable, not fully exploited agricultural potential, and food security depends on the agricultural sector's capacity to adjust to climate warming, President Klaus Iohannis said in a message conveyed on Friday on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of agricultural higher education in Cluj-Napoca.

Road visitors in decline this year

The number of visitors coming into Greece by road is slipping this year after coming to 8.8 million in 2018. These visitors accounted for 29 percent of the total of 30.3 million (without cruise passengers) who visited the country last year, according to a new study by the Institute of the Greek Tourism Confederation (INSETE) on the prospects of tourism by road this year.

The Berlin Process in Sofia will be a Mini-presidency Focusing only on Western Balkans

The Berlin Process in Sofia will be a mini-presidency focusing only on the Western Balkans, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva said during a meeting with ambassadors and permanent representatives of Bulgaria abroad, Focus News Agency reported.

DefMin Les on Mircea Geoana's appointment as NATO Deputy Secretary General: A recognition of Romania's merits

Minister of National Defense Gabriel Les told a press conference in Cluj this Thursday that Mircea Geoana's appointment as NATO's next Deputy Secretary General represents a recognition of Romania's merits and of the Romanian Forces' activity within the Alliance.

Newly adopted resolution in the US Congress, the goal - exerting pressure on Serbia

Ylli, Agron, and Mehmet Bytyqi are US citizens of Albanian origin, murdered in Serbia in 1999.
As reported by Pristina daily Bota sot, the resolution was readopted with the aim of exerting pressure on Serbia to bring the killers of Bytyqi brothers to justice.