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Vučić met with the Prime Minister of North Macedonia; "We continue to work together"

After the meeting, the President of Serbia announced himself on Instagram.
"We agreed that the relations between the Republic of Serbia and the Republic of North Macedonia are the best in modern history. We continue to work together for the benefit of our peoples," announced Vui.

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Greek defense minister to visit Turkey as tension wanes

Greece's defense minister announced Thursday that he will travel to neighboring Turkey next week as part of an effort to ease tension between the two NATO members, which have long-standing and often volatile disputes.

Nikos Panagiotopoulos told reporters in Athens that he would visit areas devastated by earthquakes in early February with Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar.

Turkey hails warmer ties with Greece

Turkey's National Security Council on Thursday supported maintaining the positive climate in bilateral ties with Greece that emerged in the wake of the devastating earthquakes on February 6, adding that it would benefit both sides.

In a statement after convening in Ankara, the council added that ongoing developments in the Aegean and the East Mediterranean are being followed closely.

Vesic: Serbia, Hungary to have joint projects on Danube

BUDAPEST - Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Goran Vesic met with the president of the Western Balkans committee of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Attila Galambos, in Budapest on Wednesday.

They discussed a bilateral agreement under which Hungary has secured 80 mln euros for projects in Serbia.

Montenegro Signs Contract With Chinese Company to Build Coastal Highway

Montenegrin government and Shandong International Economic & Technical Cooperation Group representatives in Podgorica. Photo: Government of Montenegro

According to the government, the company will build 16 kilometers of a new highway between the coastal towns of Budva and Tivat, and the 53-million-euros' worth project should be finished in two years.

Sakellaropoulou: Pressure does exist, but our stance on Kosovo remains unchanged

BELGRADE - Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou, who is on an official visit to Serbia, said on Tuesday the Greek stance on non-recognition of the self-declared independence of the so-called Kosovo remained unchanged and that Greece was consistently implementing a constructive policy aimed at ensuring peace and stability in the Western Balkans.

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