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Tourist visits in Serbia up by 4.7 pct y-o-y in June

BELGRADE - Serbia registered 4.7 pct more tourist visits in June 2023 relative to the same month of last year and the number of overnight stays was up by 0.9 pct, according to figures released by the national statistical office.

Overnight stays generated by Serbian tourists were down by 5.6 pct y-o-y, while those generated by foreign tourists were up by 10.4 pct y-o-y.

Tourist visits in Serbia up by 8 pct y-o-y in May

BELGRADE - Serbia registered 8 pct more tourist visits in May 2023 relative to the same month of last year and the number of overnight stays was up by 3.8 pct, according to figures released by the national statistical office on Frday.

Overnight stays generated by Serbian tourists were up by 1.2 pct y-o-y, while those generated by foreign tourists were up by 7.5 pct y-o-y.

The dangers of Turkey’s Blue Homeland doctrine

Expert Constantinos Filis joins Thanos Davelis to look at how Turkey's revisionist Blue Homeland doctrine is now central to Turkey's foreign policy, what this mean for countries in the region - primarily Greece and Cyprus - and why it's important for Washington to take a clear stance against this revisionism. 

Implications of the Russia-Ukraine War on the Middle East

The Russia-Ukraine war, which has been going on for 16 months already, has generated significant implications of the political scene of the Middle East, where the war has exposed the complexities of the calculations with which the states of the region are faced as a result of the escalation of international relations and the siding of the countries world-wide with one of the two groups - the gr

Russians’ holiday bookings for Türkiye on rise

Russian tourists' bookings for holidays in Türkiye, especially in Antalya, have increased by 20 percent in the past few weeks compared with April and May, Turkish daily Milliyet has reported.

Russian holidaymakers had delayed vacation plans due to the ongoing war and elevated inflation which eroded their purchasing power. Russians were looking for alternative destinations to Türkiye.

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