Bulgarian caretaker Tourism Minister Stela Baltova held a working meeting with Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theocharis during a UNWTO forum in Athens, Baltova's Ministry said in a press release Friday. At the meeting Baltova said that Greece is traditionally one of Bulgaria's best partners in tourism and thanked Theocharis for his readiness to strengthen and develop the cooperation.
Washington – The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has commended Slovenia’s “swift, substantial, and well-coordinated policy responses” to the pandemic following consultations with the authorities earlier in May, as it stressed that once the recovery is entrenched, the focus should shift toward consolidation.
World Health Organization (WHO) Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus mentioned today, in the speech given at the opening of the organization's main annual assembly, the sacrificial power shown by Piatra Neamt hero doctor Catalin Denciu, as he announced that he is being honored with the Director General's Award for Global Health, the WHO announced on its Twitter account. "Dr.
He added that this is the latest assessment of the IMF, which, he says, is "incredible for Serbia". While visiting the vaccination point for members of the Belgrade garrison, Vui said that the news came late last night. However, at first he was not sure if we could announce it.
"I checked with my associates whether I can publish that information," president told members of the press.
More than 20 world leaders are calling for a new global settlement to help the world prepare for future pandemics.
In an article for newspapers around the world, leaders including President Macron of France, Boris Johhnson of UK and German chancellor Angela Merkel say Covid has posed the biggest challenge since World War Two.
Ljubljana – The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has downgraded its forecast for Slovenia’s growth in 2021 from 5.2% to 3.7%. For 2022, it forecasts 4.5% growth, Bernardin Akitoby, chief of the IMF mission for Slovenia, said on Friday. This means Slovenia’s economy would reach the pre-pandemic level next year.