Lawyers "ask for help from EU institutions"
BELGRADE -- President of the Bar Association of Serbia (AKS) Dragoljub Đorđević said Thursday that lawyers' strike would continue.
He added that the AKS had asked for help from European institutions, but voiced hope that lawyers would have enough energy to resume negotiations with the Serbian government.
Antoaneta Vassileva is a Bulgarian economist and Professor in Global Economics and International Economic Relations at the University of National and World Economy (UNWE). She has been Dean of the International Economics and Politics Faculty of the UNWE since 2011.
Prof. Vassileva is the wife of Corporate Commercial Bank AD's majority shareholder Tzvetan Vassilev.
BELGRADE - The Serbian economy has lost around EUR 255 million due to front companies that have failed to pay their liabilities to other enterprises over the past six years, Business Support Network consultant Dragoljub Rajic said on Tuesday.
The death toll from a raid on a Baghdad compound used for prostitution rose to 31 Monday, as pictures obtained by AFP offered clues to the circumstances of the carnage.
"The total number of dead now stands at 31, two of them men," interior ministry spokesman Saad Maan told AFP.