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Macedonian president visits Serbia

Macedonian president visits Serbia

BELGRADE -- Macedonian President Gjorge Ivanov has arrive in Serbia for an official visit on Friday, at the invitation of his Serbian counterpart Tomislav Nikolić.

The visit is made in the spirit of friendship and close ties between the two neighboring nations, the Serbian president's media office said.

Dacic: Rama's message more important than visit programme

BELGRADE - Serbian First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic stated that the real issue lies in the nature of the messages Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama would send during his forthcoming visit to Serbia and not in the answer to the question as to whether or not he should go to Presevo, municipality in southern Serbia which is home to majority ethnic Albanian pop

Macedonian president to visit Belgrade on Friday

BELGRADE - President of the Republic of Macedonia Gjorge Ivanov will arrive in Serbia for an official visit on Friday, October 31, at the invitation of his Serbian counterpart Tomislav Nikolic.

The visit is made in the spirit of friendship and close ties between the two neighboring nations, the Serbian president's media relations office said in a release.

Balkans Do Better in 'Doing Business' Report

Most Balkan countries showed a marked improvement in their ratings in the World Bank's latest "Doing Business" report, which measures 189 countries on the basis of regulations that either enhance or suppress business activities.

Macedonia remains the regional leader in terms of ease in doing business, placed at 30th place in the rankings, moving up one place.

40% of Serbians Optimistic About Economic Situation

Some 40% of Serbian citizens expect the economic situation to improve, while in Croatia such hopes have only 11% of the people, 26% in Montenegro, and 37% in Macedonia.

The survey shows that 33 per cent of Serbian citizens expect their financial situation to improve, money.bg informs, citing the Tanjug news agency.

Tourism between Greece and Turkey is on the rise

By Stathis Kousounis

The number of Turkish tourists visiting Greece this year is expected reach a historic high, while the corresponding figure for Greek visitors to Turkey is also set to soar.

The latest estimates see over 1 million Turkish tourists visiting Greece – a record number – while Turkey expects Greek visitors to reach 800,000 by year-end.

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