Serbian telecom bids for OTE's Albanian subsidiary

Serbia's state-run Telekom Srbija has made an offer to acquire Telekom Albania as it looks to expand in the Balkans, the Belgrade-based Vecernje Novosti reported on Monday, citing sources.

Telekom Albania has a 39 percent market share in Albania's telecommunications sector and is 99.79 percent owned by Greece's OTE.

Confirmed: Serbian company wants to acquire Telekom Albania

This interest is in line with the Serbian operator's announced intention to expand its business in the region.

"The goal of Telekom Srbija is to position itself as a regional leader in the field of telecommunications. We have submitted a bid and it is now under review," Telekom said without revealing any details.

Telekom Albania is the second largest operator in Albania.

590 kilos of marijuana seized on eastern border

316 kilograms were found in 292 packages in a Croatian license plates truck driven by a citizen of Bosnia-Herzegovina, while another truck, with Serbian license plates, carried another 274 kilograms in 253 packages.

The Interior Ministry said that the suspects will be brought before a prosecutor, charged with illegal manufacturing and trafficking of narcotics.

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Telekom Srbija introduces platform based on LoRaWAN

It enables the connection and interaction of a large number of different devices and sensors.

Brnabic said that this was a big step forward in digitizing the country, adding that the system that was designed would enable the domestic company to sell its solutions worldwide, which would facilitate its breakthrough to foreign markets.