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Albanian prime minister visits Belgrade
BELGRADE -- On Monday Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama is visiting Belgrade, which is a historic event in the diplomatic relations between the two countries.
The last visit by a head of the Albanian state to Belgrade was recorded in 1946 when Enver Hoxha met with Josip Broz Tito.
Turkeyâs naval forces get a new set of rules of engagement to deal with increasing tensions over energy exploration in the eastern Mediterranean The Turkish Navy has been authorized by the government for the full implementation of recently amended rules of engagement in the eastern Mediterranean in the face of growing tension between littoral countries, including Turkey, Greek Cyprus, Egypt
Diplomatic sources told BIRN that Rama will hold a meeting on Monday morning with his Serbian counterpart, Aleksander Vucic, followed by a joint press conference.
The Albanian leader will also take part on Monday in a business forum. It is unclear whether a meeting with Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic will be held on the sidelines.
BRUSSELS - Newly-appointed European Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations Johannes Hahn intends to visit Serbia on November 20, the European Commission (EC) released on Friday.
According to announcements from Brussels, Hahn will travel to Montenegro a day after his visit to Serbia.
BELGRADE - Serbia ranks 77th according to the Legatum Prosperity Index, while Norway claimed the first place on the list of 142 countries.
The Prosperity Index released by Legatum Group on Tuesday evaluates countries according to a number of parameters in sectors of economy, entrepreneurship, administration, education, healthcare, security, individual freedoms and social capital.