In Memoriam: Renowned Journalist Georgi Koritarov Died Aged 61

Journalist Georgi Koritarov died suddenly at the age of 61. This sad news was posted on Facebook by Georgi Harizanov, director of Europe TV, in which Koritarov hosted a show until yesterday.

According to NOVA, the journalist was admitted to hospital in emergency with a positive COVID-19 test, but lost the battle with the disease.

Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian, Montenegrin as "common language"

Linguist Ranko Bugarski said this on Thursday while promoting his new book, "Do you speak common (language)," published by Biblioteka XX Vek - and added that this language has been separated into four for political reasons.

"From the political and administrative, but by no means from the aspect of linguistics, we have four different languages," Bugarski said.

Vucic's visit to Zagreb delayed

BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic will visit Zagreb once discussions with his Croatian counterpart Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic are made possible by calmer circumstances and a different political atmosphere, sources close to the Serbian president have told Tanjug.

Some 170 Bulgarian Truck Drivers Stuck at Serbian-Croatian Border

Around 170 Bulgarian TIR truck drivers are stuck between the Serbian and Croatian borders amid a row between the two countries over the ways to cope with the refugee influx.

The drivers are stuck in their trucks, with no food, water or access to toilets, according to reports of Bulgarian private TV station Nova TV.