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President says Greece will not accept 'arbitrary' interpretations of Prespes deal

Greece seeks to establish good neighborly relations with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) but will not accept "arbitrary" interpretations of the name deal signed with the country last June, President Prokopis Pavlopoulos said on Tuesday.

We welcome cooperation with like-minded countries, Israel's ambassador to Cyprus says

The partnership among Cyprus, Greece and Israel is not exclusive, and the three countries welcome cooperation with other like-minded parties to promote the goals of stability, security and prosperity, the Ambassador of Israel to Cyprus, Shmuel Revel, has told the Cyprus News Agency, in an interview ahead of the Cyprus, Greece and Israel Trilateral Summit that will take place on December 20, in

US official sends clear message to Turkey over Cyprus drilling

In an exclusive interview with Kathimerini's Sunday edition, US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Wess Mitchell has sent a clear message to Ankara not to obstruct drilling for hydrocarbons that is under way in Cyprus's exclusive economic zone (EEZ), while hailing Greece as a "fantastic ally" to the United States in the region.

Bulgarian President Rumen Radev to Meet Abdullah II of Jordan in Amman

President Rumen Radev, who is on an official visit to Jordan at the invitation of King Abdullah II, will meet with him today in the capital, Amman.
In the Royal Palace, the Bulgarian President and his wife Desislava Radeva will be greeted with an official ceremony of their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania.

Videos 'Prove' Croatia Forcibly Expelling Migrants, Watchdog Says

Border Violence Monitoring, BVM, a watchdog organization in Croatia, on Sunday published video material of police expelling migrants and refugees across the Croatia-Bosnia border.

It said it received an anonymous message on 20 November, containing the video footage from the area.

Zaev says he has confidence in Greek coalition to approve name deal

In the wake of a series of statements by Greece's junior coalition partner in which he threatened to resign over the Prespes name deal, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) Prime Minister Zoran Zaev on Friday expressed confidence that Greece's government will ratify the accord once it reaches the country's Parliament.

80% of Young Men and 60% of Young Women in Bulgaria Live with their Parents

Statistics continue to outline that there is an exceptionally high percentage of young people living with their parents in Bulgaria.

Young women living with their mothers and fathers in Bulgaria are just over 60% and men - almost 80%, according to Eurostat, quoted by the Bulgarian National Radio.