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Bulgaria and Vietnam will cooperate in the field of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the government press office announced Wednesday.
Bulgarian government approved the draft for cooperation in the field of culture between the Bulgarian Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Vietnam for the time period 2014-2016.
Bosnia's path to NATO membership is complicated by neighbouring Serbia's unclear attitude towards the alliance, a conference held on March 25 in Sarajevo by the Atlantic Initiative heard.
Montenegro tops tourism growth list
Tourism revenue in Montenegro is expected to grow more than 17 percent from last year. Also in business news: Turkey will begin to renegotiate its Customs Union Agreement with the EU by June.
Montenegro ranked first on the list of 184 countries expected to show tourism growth. [AFP]
Ukraine crisis spurs Balkan countries to co-operate
Regional countries sign agreements and plan joint projects to improve security and mutual trust.
Albania Foreign Minister Ditmir Bushati and his Croatia counterpart Vesna Pusic sign a European Partnership agreement in Zagreb on March 21st. [Albania Ministry of Foreign Affairs]
After a meeting of the country's Council for National Security, President Rosen Plevenliev said Bulgaria would act as a member of the EU and NATO, and support Ukraine's territorial integrity.
RS marks 15 years since start of NATO attacks
BANJA LUKA -- The Serb entity in Bosnia, RS, on Monday marked the Remembrance Day for the victims of the 1999 NATO aggression against Serbia.
Serbia was at the time, along with Montenegro, a part of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SRJ).
Serbian MFA summons Ukraine's charge d'affairs
BELGRADE -- Serbia's Foreign Minister Ivan Mrkić over the weekend on "invited the Ukrainian embassy charge d'affaires to a meeting," Tanjug has reported.
The meeting was "to discuss Ukraine's promotional video about joining the EU that featured a map of Europe without Serbia."