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Bulgarian Institute Receives $1 Million Grant from Google for Scholarships

Google has allocated 1 million dollars in scholarships for young scientists working at the Bulgarian Institute for Computer Sciences, Artificial Intelligence, and Technologies (INSAIT), affiliated with Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski." This donation marks one of the largest contributions worldwide from the technology giant in 2024.

Vucevic: Azerbaijan's support in UN, CoE extremely important to Serbia

BELGRADE - Serbian PM Milos Vucevic received Azerbaijani Ambassador to Belgrade Kamil Hasiyev on Wednesday.

Vucevic said Azerbaijan's principled position on Serbia's territorial integrity and sovereignty when it comes to the Kosovo-Metohija issue was extremely important to Belgrade, the Serbian government said in a statement.

Brnabic: Cooperation with China does not mean we are closing our door to others

BELGRADE - Serbian Parliament Speaker Ana Brnabic said on Monday cooperation with China did not mean Serbia was closing its door to other countries and the EU but that it was a sovereign country making its own choices when it comes to its cooperation partners.

Greece to bring in Egyptian farm workers amid labor shortage

Greece will start bringing in workers from Egypt this summer to take on temporary farming jobs under a deal between the countries to tackle a labor shortage, the Migration Ministry said on Friday.

After a decade of pain, the Greek economy is forecast to grow nearly 3% this year, far outpacing the eurozone average of 0.8%.

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