Vojvodjanska Banka will sponsor the Serbian Olympic team in the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, which will be the fifth consecutive games that the bank has sponsored, according to a release from the bank.
AEGEAN Airlines recently announced a strategic partnership with Giannis Antetokounmpo, an international basketball players who embodies the airline’s goals of promoting Greece and Greek perseverance throughout the world.
Republic of Srpska Primer Minister Zeljka Cvijanovic recently met with Province of Ontario Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Laura Albanese during her official tour of Canada, during which the leaders discussed further cooperation between their governments.
Students from the Hellenic Air Force Command and Staff College (AFCSC) recently visited INTRACOM Defense Electronics (IDE) to learn about multinational communications and electronics systems under development.
Funds collected through Eurobank Big Heart cards contributed to a recent project to renovate the playground for children in Cika Jova Zmaj preschool’s “Mila Jevtovic” kindergarten in Belgrade’s Voždovac precinct.
Some analysts are excited about the growth in the Balkan country of Romania, a nation that, along with its neighbors, has often struggled to modernize and put aside some of the negative impact of past centuries.
Vladislav Goranov, Bulgaria's minister of finance, and Valdis Dombrovskis, commission vice president for the euro and social dialogue, recently held a press conference on Bulgaria’s progress toward joining the ERM 2 and the euro area.
The European Parliament Office in London recently hosted a panel on how Brexit will affect freedom of movement, with experts weighing in on the potential agreements that could result from Brexit negotiations.
In the small Balkan country of Albania, there is a bit of a tourism boom going on, and some forward-thinking companies are taking advantage of the interest to create a broader array of choices for visitors.
Some experts looking at the economic future of Albania feel that better accommodation of the country's travel and tourism industries could mean substantial improvements in the national economy and a path toward more vibrant markets.
The European Commission recently invited the European Parliament to vote on extending, expanding and reinforcing the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI), an initiative that has been dubbed EFSI 2.0.