In Slovenia, Statehood Day of Serbia is celebrated

The Embassy of Serbia in Slovenia organized a formal reception on the occasion of the Statehood Day and the constitutionality of the Republic of Serbia. At the ceremony in Ljubljana, there were numerous distinguished figures and officials from the world of diplomacy, politics, society, and representatives of religious communities. On this occasion, Serbian Ambassador Zorana Vlatković emphasized that the relations between the two countries are at the highest level, and that Slovenia is a true friend of Serbia.

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Soros’ Brexit Meddling and Russia Doublethink

Source: Sputnik

You could hardly make this up. American-Hungarian billionaire George Soros is openly funneling money into overturning the Brexit referendum result. He’s even declaring the aim to crash the British government and trigger a new referendum that he hopes will result in a new vote for Britain to remain part of the European Union. That’s tantamount to regime change. Yet somehow, this foreign entity is not accused of “meddling” in British democracy. Oh not, that accusation is solely reserved for Russia which has been wildly vilified for trying to subvert British, European and American elections — on the basis of no evidence whatsoever.Recall British premier Theresa May’s shrill speech delivered at a City of London banquet at the end of last year in which she provocatively asserted that Russia was “sowing division” and eroding Britain’s democracy.

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Turkey-U.S. ties at risk of breaking down: Turkish FM

Source: Xinhua    2018-02-12 19:00:03

ISTANBUL, Feb. 12 (Xinhua) — Relations between Turkey and the United States have deteriorated now to a point of either being fixed or breaking down completely, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu cautioned on Monday.

Declaring bilateral ties at a critical point, the top Turkish envoy said “we will either fix the ties or they will break down completely.”

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National Day of India

The Embassy of the Republic of India in the Republic of Croatia marked the National Day, the first time outside the Croatian capital, in Varaždin.  A commemorative program was held at the National Theater of Varaždin. The host of the ceremony was the Ambassador of the Republic of India to the Republic of Croatia NJ.E. Sandeep Kumar.

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Salon of sparkling wines

In the heart of Zagreb, there was a second Salon of sparkling wines, which again showed that numerous Zagreb fans like to enjoy the sparkling wine and are delighted to expand their wine-making. There were about 500 guest visitors, true sparkling fans and about fifty journalists. The event was opened by the Ambassador of the Republic of Slovenia, H.E. Smiljana Knez.

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Promotion of Croatian Health Tourism in France

The Croatian Tourist Board’s representative in France presented the Croatian health tourism offer at the specialized Termalies fair, held until 4 February in a representative space beneath the famous Pyramid of the Louvre Museum. This is the largest fair event in this part of Europe that attracted about 300 exhibitors and where Croatia, as a destination for health, SPA and thermal tourism, presented for the first time and provoked the great interest of the gathered visitors.

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eBay done with PayPal, a new payment service Adyen

The world’s leading trading platform has announced that in the future PayPal will not be its major payment partner. eBay has chosen a Dutch company  Adyen for the new partner. These are completely interrupted by the two companies that already have a history of relatively complex relationships. eBay bought a PayPal company behind Silicon Valley Elon Musk and Peter Thiel – for $ 1.5 billion in 2002. Continue Reading →

The German-Croatian Industrial and Trade Chamber awarded the Best Innovation Award

At the New Year’s Reception on January 30 at the Zagreb Hotel DoubleTree by Hilton The German-Croatian Chamber of Commerce and Commerce has been awarded the Best Innovation Award for the Fifth Anniversary Award for one of its member companies.
The 2017 Innovation Award went to Presscut Media Monitoring and Press Clipping, which was impressed by its expert jury with its text-to-speech application.

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Syrian Congress In Sochi Brings War-Torn Country Closer To Constitutional Reform

Source: Denis Bolotsky, Sputnik News

More than 1500 Syrians gathered in Southern Russian city of Sochi for a three-day Congress to look for ways of rebuilding their country after years of civil war. Even though some western-backed opposition figures boycotted the event, the rest of the delegates stayed for negotiations, eventually reaching some important goals.

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BAT has a new director: Investments In Croatia, 40 million euros

Since the beginning of 2018., as the new general director of BAT for Adria region took Antal Bekefi, former general manager of BAT in France. Former General Director of the Adria region, Ram Addanki, is heading for a new, higher regional position within the BAT system. Bekefi has been playing important positions within BAT for 20 years.

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