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Croatia says it won in property dispute

Croatia says it has rejected a €230m claim by a Canadian property investor who sought to invoke a treaty over state succession issues – as the state prepares for further arbitration with the oil and gas group Hungarian gas company MOL. An UNCITRAL tribunal dismissed Haakon Korsgaard’s claim in a …

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EU warns Serbia and Kosovo against returning to the past

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union warns Serbia and Kosovo Monday that they are on the edge of a precipice and must resolve their vehicle license plate dispute before next week or face the prospect of returning to their violent past. Long-simmering tensions between Serbia and its former province have …

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Kosovo accuses Serbia of trying to destabilize the country | app

PRISTINA, Kosovo (AP) — Kosovo on Monday accused neighboring Serbia of trying to destabilize the country by pressuring members of the ethnic Serbian community to resign from their posts for not accepting the decision to Pristina to change illegal license plates of vehicles. Prime Minister Albin Kurti said Serbian President …

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Keller Williams releases YTD ’22 results

AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Keller Williams (KW), the world’s largest real estate franchise by number of agents, reports year-to-date 22 results after achieving significant global growth and topping corporate culture rankings. “As we face increasing macroeconomic headwinds, we are bracing for what we expect to be a period of slower growth,” said …

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BIG Energia Holdings expands its portfolio with wind and solar projects in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Romania

BIG Energia Holdings has won an international tender for the construction of a combined wind and solar project in Bileća in Bosnia and Herzegovina and has entered into a long-term lease on land in Romania for the construction of a solar power plant. BIG Energia Holdings, a Hungarian subsidiary of …

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5 things you need to know about business travel

Traveling for work can be a great way to discover a new country while combining business and leisure. However, business travel can be difficult. In order to have the most comfortable experience, there are certain rules you can follow. Here are 5 things you need to know about business travel …

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Serbia tightens visa rules as migration prompts EU pressure

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Serbia is experiencing a sudden tourism boom from countries whose citizens have never had its sightseeing and shopping opportunities on their radar. This is largely due to the Balkan country’s generous entry rules, which have made it a key stopover for migrants seeking to reach Europe …

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Today in History: November 1, Thomas Joins the Supreme Court

Today in History Today is Tuesday, November 1, the 305th day of 2022. There are 60 days left in the… Today in History Today is Tuesday, November 1, the 305th day of 2022. There are 60 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On November 1, 1991, …

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Top 10 CryptoPunks Wallet Is Dormant, House Sells on OpenSea, and More

Sleeping Punks Non-fungible token (NFT) sleuths unearthed an old wallet from 2017 that minted 141 CryptoPunks for 0.02 ETH, or around $7 at the time the project launched. According to Twitter user Nansen Intern of the analytics platform, the wallet is now valued at 11,300 ETH, or around $14.7 million …

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Germany struggles to find housing for refugees

Ukrainian refugees queue for food in a reception area after arriving at the main train station in Berlin, Germany, in March. The German government pledged on Tuesday to provide more support to towns and villages struggling to house more than 1.1 million refugees who have arrived in the country this …

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Keller Williams expands to Switzerland

AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Keller Williams (KW), the world’s largest real estate franchise by number of agents, is expanding across Europe. As the momentum continues, KW has awarded a new master franchise in Switzerland. “The rapid and continued pace of our multinational growth is fulfilling a dream that began with Gary Keller …

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Inside Tennis Champion Novak Djokovic’s Real Estate Portfolio

Novak Djokovic has lived in some of the finest homes in the world. With a career filled with tennis victories, Novak Djokovic is one of the best tennis players in the world, and the star has invested heavily in real estate thanks to his sprawling $220 million fortune. Novak Djokovic …

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Germany struggles to find accommodation for more than a million refugees

BERLIN — The German government pledged on Tuesday to provide more support to towns and villages struggling to house more than 1.1 million refugees and migrants who have arrived in the country this year, mostly from war-torn Ukraine, but also other countries such as Syria and Afghanistan. . After meeting …

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Lukashenko’s Serbian associates escape Western sanctions – EURACTIV.com

The brotherly relationship between a Serbian oligarch under Western sanctions and Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko and schemes to evade sanctions via EU member Cyprus are exposed in a survey recently published by Belarusian journalists based abroad. The winner Belarusian Investigation Centerbased outside the country after a crackdown in July 2021, …

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Investigation by Greek authorities into Russian remittances to Mount Athos

The Anti-Money Laundering Authority is investigating suspicious transfers of money from abroad to individual accounts of monks on Mount Athos. It has been going on quietly for a year, the case however taking a new turn after the start of the war in Ukraine and the sanctions imposed by the …

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Russia Steps Up, Annexing Four Ukrainian Regions: This Week in Emerging Europe

You can read all of our coverage of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, including explanations and articles offering background and background information here. The Russian invasion of Ukraine The Kremlin announced on Thursday that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin will sign a decree today (September 30) annex four occupied regions in Ukraine …

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Cushman & Wakefield Named World’s Best Real Estate Advisor & Consultant by Euromoney for Fifth Consecutive Year

CHICAGO, September 23, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cushman & Wakefield (NYSE: CWK), one of the world’s leading real estate services companies, has been named the World’s Best Commercial Real Estate Advisor and Consultant for the fifth consecutive year by Euromoney’s 2022 Property Survey. Globally, Cushman & Wakefield was also recognized as the top …

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Turkey braces for new influx of Russians after Putin mobilization announcement

Prices for flights to Istanbul from Moscow and other major Russian cities jumped more than 100% today due to high demand following Russian President Vladimir Putin’s announcement of a partial mobilization in the country. The cost of a one-way ticket from Moscow to Istanbul ranges from $1,500 to $4,000, up …

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The conundrum of art market integrity

Erich Chlomovitch perished in the Holocaust in 1943, along with his younger brother Egon. He left behind his mother Rosa and his cousin Mara who survived the war in Bačina, Serbia. But what he also left behind, inside a hidden wall compartment of Rosa’s modest village house, was a hoard …

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Turkish Fraudster’s Road to Honorary Greek Citizenship – Analysis – Eurasia Review

By Stavros Malichudis In September last year, when Greek-Nigerian NBA star Giannis Antetokounmpo’s mother and younger brother were granted honorary Greek citizenship at a special ceremony in Athens, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis was present. When historian Mark Mazower received the honor in January, Home Secretary Makis Voridis was present, while …

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Passport privilege: Turkish fraudster’s journey to honorary Greek citizenship

“This is the first time we’ve seen honorary citizenship granted to someone who, by a simple internet search, appears to be involved in illegal activities,” Chira said. In March 2017, an Istanbul court sentenced Ayavefe to three years and four months in prison after he was found guilty of scamming …

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Montenegro’s problematic relations with the Serbian Orthodox Church

Religion brought down another government in Montenegro, whose reformist prime minister paid the price for making “overtures” to Serbia. Montenegro’s government was toppled at the end of August – just four months after taking office – after reaching a highly controversial agreement with the Serbian Orthodox Church. The agreement regulates …

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Prince Philip of Serbia Suggests Bringing Bitcoin into the Classroom

Speaking to Cointelegraph about the sandcastles at the Surfin’ Bitcoin 2022 event at the Casino de Biarritz in France on Thursday, Prince Philip said he was “bullish on Bitcoin” in part because of the impact it could have on raising children around the world. The Prince, a self-proclaimed bitcoin (BTC) …

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How Miona and Jibri make money

Miona and Jibri Bell expressed big dreams on 90 Day Fiancé, which left many viewers curious about what their real jobs are outside of TLC. Miona and Jibri Bell are the latest naughty couple to enter the 90 day fiance franchise, though many viewers are curious about how the couple …

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Serbia warns it will protect Kosovo Serbs if NATO doesn’t

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Serbia’s president on Sunday called on NATO to “do its job” in Kosovo where he said Serbia itself will act to protect its minority in the breakaway province. President Aleksandar Vucic’s fiery televised address to his nation followed the breakdown of political talks between Serbian and …

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Nikola Jokic, Serbia dominate Germany & more Latest News Here

By Johnny Askounis/ [email protected] A dominating display for back-to-back NBA MVP Nikola Jokic sends Serbia to upcoming official matches on a high. Jokic, 27, scored 10 of 11 from the field in a 22-point effort that led the way to an 83-56 win over Germany in Hamburg on Saturday. Also …

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Nikola Jokic leads Serbia to huge win over Fontecchio’s Italy / News & More Latest News Here

Serbia led by Nikola Jokic erased a 15-point deficit and beat Italy, 90-86, in a friendly tournament in Hamburg. Serbia kicked off the friendly tournament in Hamburg (DBB Supercup 2022) with a great comeback and a narrow win. Led by Nikola Jokic, Serbia erased a 15-point deficit and moved ahead …

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FirstFT: the great test of the European office market

This article is an on-site version of our FirstFT newsletter. Subscribe to our Asia, Europe/Africa Where Americas edition to send it straight to your inbox every morning of the week Hello. Europe’s office market faces the toughest conditions since the financial crisis, experts have warned, as rising interest rates and …

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Serbia’s Firefly strikes a series of agreements and accelerates the construction of studios

Belgrade-based Firefly Productions has struck a string of deals ahead of this year’s Sarajevo Film Festival, where the Serbian production powerhouse leads the pack with 19 Heart of Sarajevo TV Awards nominations, including including best drama series nod to supernatural drama “Block 27” and psychological thriller “Black Wedding.” As Variety …

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Deloitte Property Index: Romanians need six annual salaries to buy standard housing

Romania ranks second among European countries with the cheapest accommodation, after Bosnia and Herzegovina, according to the Deloitte Real Estate Index 2022conducted in 23 countries and 68 cities. The average price per m² in the country is 1,266 euros, calculated on the basis of data from the main cities and …

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Keller Williams Reports Second Quarter 2022 Results

AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Keller Williams (KW), the world’s largest real estate franchise by number of agents, reports its second quarter 2022 results, after achieving significant growth and topping franchise and corporate culture rankings. “Our agents are thriving in very dynamic housing market conditions,” said Sajag Patel, Chief Operating Officer, KW. “We …

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Montenegro government’s church deal triggers no-confidence motion initiative

PODGORICA, Aug 3 (Reuters) – Several political parties have launched a parliamentary no-confidence motion against the government of Montenegro after the signing on Wednesday of a long-contested contract regulating the country’s ties with the powerful Serbian Orthodox Church. Prime Minister Dritan Abazovic insisted the deal would solve a long-standing domestic …

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Montenegro government signs controversial agreement with Serbian Orthodox Church

The headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in the Ukrainian-occupied region of Crimea was hit by a drone attack early on August 20, a Russian-installed administrator reported. Mikhail Razvozhayev, the Moscow-based administrator of the port city of Sevastopol, posted on Telegram that the drone crashed on the roof of …

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Serbs are buying more and more apartments in Greece, Trieste and the Bulgarian coast

Serbian citizens buy apartments in Greece in large numbers. On the Chalkidiki peninsula alone, they bought around 15,000 properties last year alone. There also seems to be a craze for buying apartments in Trieste and on the Bulgarian coast, as they are cheaper than those in Greece, reports RTS. Purchasing …

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Austrian investors build the largest battery unit in Romania

Megalodon Storage intends to complete its 7 MW lithium-ion battery storage unit in Ilfov County near Bucharest next year. Construction work began in the spring. A company controlled by Austrian investors has obtained the energy license for a battery storage facility project in the village of Căciulați in the municipality …

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Air Serbia plans more destinations in China and plans third A330

Air Serbia plans to introduce additional destinations in China once strict Covid-19 measures and restrictions are lifted, with the option for the carrier to add its third widebody aircraft as these limitations are eased. The airline plans to enter the Chinese market in October with a weekly service to Tianjin, …

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World’s deepest freshwater cave in Moravia sets new record

August 2, 2022 survey Czechs prioritize resolving energy crisis during EU presidency Four-fifths of Czech citizens think that during its presidency of the Council of the European Union, the Czech Republic should give priority to solving the social impacts of the energy crisis, reports ČTK. The poll reveals that Ukraine’s …

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Serbian parliament convenes about 4 months after elections

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Serbia’s new parliament convened for its first session on Monday, some four months after an election that reaffirmed the dominance of autocratic President Aleksandar Vucic and his right-wing populists. Vucic’s Serbian Progressive Party holds the majority in the 250-member assembly and is expected to lead the …

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Spanish Prime Minister Sanchez opens Balkan tour with visit to Serbia

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Spain’s prime minister kicked off a tour of the Western Balkans on Friday with a visit to Serbia, offering his country’s support for the volatile region’s integration into the European Union. Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez spoke with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic in Belgrade ahead of his …

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Property management is now a global business

There’s an iconic New Yorker magazine cover depicting Manhattan as the dominant area on a map of the United States. A strip of land beyond the Hudson River is all that separates it from the Pacific Ocean. It’s much the same pride of place that dominates our view today, which …

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Montenegro freezes assets of two Russians on EU sanctions list

Session of the Government of Montenegro in Podgorica. Photo: Government of Montenegro Montenegro’s foreign ministry said on Wednesday authorities had frozen the assets of two Russian citizens under European Union sanctions against Russia related to its war on Ukraine. The ministry told BIRN that Montenegro’s property office blocked the real …

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Serbian police dismantle smuggler gang and find migrants

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Serbian police broke up a smuggling gang near the border with Hungary early Tuesday and found various weapons and hundreds of passports and other documents taken from migrants trying to reach Western Europe , officials said. Police also discovered 120 migrants, including women and children, during …

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Another Nestlé Summer’s Cool: 42 Students Successfully Completed an Internship at the World’s Largest FMCG Company

The “Nestlé Summer’s Cool” summer internship program for graduate students, masters students and those who have recently completed their studies, has been organized in the Nestlé South East European market for the third consecutive year. During the three-week online paid internship program, participants learned and practiced the practical side of …

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Sisi takes part in the inauguration of the Egyptian-Serbian Business Forum

President Abdel Fattah El Sisi attended today Wednesday the inauguration of the Egyptian-Serbian Business Forum in Belgrade with the participation of the President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic and a number of senior Serbian officials and representatives of various government agencies. Bassam Rady, official spokesman of the Presidency of the Republic, …

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Belgrade bust: Behind the parties and luxury condominiums of the Serbian capital

“Ordinary people’s needs are not being met at all,” said Iva Cukic, co-founder of the Space Ministry’s NGO connecting activists, architects, artists, scholars and residents in initiatives contributing to the “democratic and equitable development” of cities. . “They never talk about the needs of the citizens of the city, except …

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Czech company SEBRE to rebuild Avala Film studio complex and build 3,000 apartments

Czech Ambassador to Serbia Tomas Kuchta said Czech company SEBRE intends to rebuild Avala Film’s studio complex and turn it into one of the main film production centers in Europe. The project, which received the status of project of exceptional importance for the Republic of Serbia in 2019, involves not …

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Russians flee Putin’s regime after war in Ukraine in second wave of migration

A “second wave” of Russians is now officially settling in countries in Europe, the Middle East and Asia after spending time getting their house in order. Natalia Kolesnikova | AFP | Getty Images For months, Vladimir has been preparing the papers and putting his affairs in order for a move …

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Serbia’s first public-private partnership water treatment project awarded to Metito

The signing of first public-private partnership project for the construction of a water treatment plant in the Republic of Serbia, was announced during an official ceremony earlier this week. Metito, one of the world’s leading providers of smart water management and alternative energy solutions, has been appointed by the City …

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Western Balkans face ‘no imminent threat’

PRISTINA, Kosovo (AP) — A senior NATO official said Thursday that Western Balkan countries do not face an “imminent threat” from war in Ukraine and are of strategic interest to the Western alliance. NATO Assistant Secretary General Mircea Geoana traveled to Kosovo’s capital, Pristina, to meet local officials and visit …

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Czech Presidency to face EU enlargement music – EURACTIV.com

The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, thanks to on-the-ground reporting by EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. Before you start reading today’s edition of Capitals, please take a look at the article/interview written/directed by [journalist name]. European news you deserve to read. …

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Why Rio Tinto Group (RIO) is an undervalued opportunity

Rio Tinto Group (NYSE: RIO) is in the business of extracting and processing raw materials across the globe, but iron ore is perhaps the most important material it delivers. RIO has the largest portfolio of iron ore assets with 16 mines. The demand for this raw material is expected to …

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South Africa’s largest pension fund increases stake in Atterbury Europe

South African investment fund Atterbury Europe remains committed to its desire to consolidate its presence in Romania and has announced that it is increasing the number of shares held by the Government Employees Pension Fund of South Africa, the largest pension fund from South Africa. Atterbury Europe entered the local …

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Jibri reveals he quit a high-paying job to become a musician

90 Day Fiancé cast member Jibri Bell recently took to Instagram to share that he quit a high-paying job in Chicago to pursue his music instead. New 90 day fiance Star Jibri Bell recently shared on social media that he quit a high-paying job to pursue his dream of being …

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Necklaces: The increase in the prices of building materials and utilities, as well as measures to align with ESG requirements

In a volatile environment generated by rising prices for building materials and utilities, rising inflation, as well as the border dispute and the effects of the pandemic, the local real estate market could still see an increase in value. listing of commercial real estate such as shopping malls, office buildings …

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War and sanctions prevent Ukrainian and Russian tourists from accessing the Adriatic coast | world news

By Aleksandar Vasovic and Florian Goga BECICI, Montenegro (Reuters) – The once ubiquitous Russian signs along Montenegro’s scenic Adriatic coast have all but disappeared as war in Ukraine and sanctions on Russia keep tourists from these countries away from one of their favorite destinations . Adriatic resorts in Croatia, Montenegro …

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EU candidate status for Ukraine is the ideal response to Russian aggression

European Union leaders are due to decide this week whether to grant Ukraine formal EU candidate status. This is a critically important moment for Ukrainians that will also shape the future direction of the entire continent. Granting the EU candidacy would signify European solidarity with Ukraine in its bloody struggle …

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Featured article on Sekur’s private data about “Chat-By-Invite” using SMS invitations

TORONTO, ON and NEW YORK, NY/ACCESSWIRE/June 17, 2022/ Sekur Private Data Ltd. (OTCQB:SWISF) (CSE:SKUR) (FRA:GDT0) (“Sekur” or the “Company”), the leader in secure Swiss-hosted communications and secure data management, is pleased to announce that it was featured in an article on Benzinga about SekurMessenger’s latest chat by Invites Technology. To …

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Nordex SE: Nordex Group receives first order from Serbia for 105 MW

DGAP-News: Nordex SE / Key word(s): Incoming orders Nordex SE: Nordex Group receives first order from Serbia for 105 MW 13.06.2022 / 07:30 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. Nordex Group receives first order from Serbia for 105 MW Hamburg, June 13, 2022. Nordex Group …

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Russians who recently arrived in Serbia have created more than 1,000 companies

In just over three months since the start of the Ukrainian crisis, the Russians have opened more than 1,000 companies in Serbia, and the latest figures show that more than 10 companies were registered daily, mainly in the field of new technologies. According to the Serbian Business …

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Places where the Danube and Sava are contaminated with sewage excreta

According to architect Dragoljub Bakić, a member of the Serbian Academy of Architecture, sewage from Belgrade flows directly into the Danube and its tributary Sava at more than 200 places; excrement, dead fish and all kinds of waste float in Europe’s second largest river, and the waste accumulates in the …

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Albanian daily news

The US State Department released its annual State of Religious Freedom Worldwide report on Thursday, which includes data on the state of religious freedom in 200 states and territories and documents violations committed by governments, terrorist groups and individuals. The report analyzes in separate chapters the situation of freedom of …

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Russian troops control most of Syevyerodonetsk, eastern Ukraine regional official says

The United States welcomed the European Union’s decision to reduce Russian oil imports, but said more needed to be done over time to reduce dependence on Russian energy. “We welcome the steps taken by our European allies and partners to reduce their dependence on Russian oil and natural gas,” State …

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Fleeing war in Ukraine, Russians find refuge in Montenegro

LASTVA GRBALJSKA, Montenegro, May 31 (Reuters) – Shortly after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, former opposition activist Elena Zaslavska was in her downtown Moscow apartment when the police knocked on the door. Their questions about the purpose of her recent trips to Dubai and Canada were easily answered – …

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Serbian Vucic signs 3-year gas supply contract with Putin

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States aims to raise $200 billion in private and public funds over five years to finance needed infrastructure in developing countries as part of a G7 initiative to counter the Belt Project and multi-billion dollar road trip from China, the White House announced on Sunday.US …

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Chinese company buys land worth 7 million euros in Novi Beograd

Belgrade’s Land and Building Construction Directorate reportedly sold 27,501 square meters of land in Novi Beograd to the Chinese company Eurasia Trade Centre, according to a statement from the Freedom and Justice Party (SSP). Eurasia Trade Center was created in November 2021 with a share capital of …

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Philadelphia residents shower a Ukrainian refugee family with goods, services and money. And a giant ham.

Veronika Pavliutina has two words for the people of Philadelphia: thank you. Really, she said. She is more than grateful. Since the story of her family’s frantic escape from Ukraine appeared in The Inquirer on May 6 – she and her three young children landing in the home of strangers, …

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As war in Ukraine rages on, Montenegro’s juggling act gets tougher | Russo-Ukrainian War

Podgorica, Montenegro – A host of complex factors push the Adriatic nation of Montenegro to strike a delicate balance when it comes to foreign policy. Since its independence from Serbia in 2006, Montenegro has mainly pursued a pro-Western foreign policy. Having joined NATO in 2017, the Balkan country values ​​its …

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Sekur Private Data launches “Chat-By-Invite” using SMS invitations

TORONTO, ON and NEW YORK, NY /ACCESSWIRE/May 16, 2022/ Sekur Private Data Ltd. (OTCQX:SWISF)(CSE:SKUR)(FRA:GDT0) (“Sekur” or the “Company”), the Swiss leader in secure hosted communications and secure data management, is pleased to announce that it has just de launched its “Chat-By-Invites” feature, allowing any Sekur user to invite any non-Sekur …

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Chinese mining in Zijin pollutes Serbian village

Chinese company Zijin Mining is polluting a village in southeastern European Serbia without a permit, local consent or transparency, an environmental activist group claims. Bor, in northeastern Serbia, is one of the most polluted towns in the Balkan country, according to Just Finance, a Dutch group that advocates for public …

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Brauns ventures from Latvia to the hills of Kamloops

KAMLOOPS — It all started with a Facebook ad for a local contact football team in Latvia looking for new players. Now Karlis Brauns is a professional football player for the BC Lions. Brauns was selected third overall in the 2022 CFL World Draft last Tuesday. After crossing the pond, …

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Money laundering is done today through cryptocurrency trading

According to the annual report of the Administration for the Prevention of Money Laundering. The construction industry is no longer the most popular form of money laundering – cryptocurrencies are. In the last annual report of the administration, in the chapters devoted to the types of money …

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Keller Williams reports first quarter 2022 results

AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Keller Williams (KW), the world’s largest real estate technology franchise by number of agents, reports first quarter 22 results, after achieving significant growth and topping franchise and corporate culture rankings. “We are proud to report that our agents closed another record quarter in sales volume,” said Carl Liebert, …

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Uncontrollable growth of real estate prices in Serbia

Over the past 12 months, real estate prices in Serbia have increased by 23%. Apartments in new buildings, as well as in old ones, in central Serbia, Vojvodina, but also in Šumadija and the south, have become more expensive. The highest price increase was recorded in Niš, the lowest in …

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New state subsidies for Fiat

The Serbian government has given 48 million euros in subsidies to Fiat, with an obligation for Fiat to invest at least another 162 million euros in its Kragujevac plant by the end of 2024. This follows the announcement that production of electric cars at the Kragujevac plant …

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Software developers earn the most while catering staff earn the least in Serbia

Official statistical data shows that in Serbia, software developers and consultants earn three times more than the total average of employees in the country – 227,823 dinars (data from February this year). The lowest salaries in the same period were recorded in food preparation and service, which earn on average …

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Rio Tinto wants talks to revive Serbian lithium project | Investment News

MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Rio Tinto is eager to reopen talks with the Serbian government over its $2.4 billion Jadar lithium project, which stalled ahead of recent elections in the country, the director said on Thursday. general and president of the company. The Serbian government revoked licenses for the Jadar project …

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Stellantis sets up new EV operation in Serbia (NYSE:STLA)

jetcityimage/iStock Editorial via Getty Images According to Serbian President Aleskandar Vučić, Stellantis NV (NYSE: STLA) is investing 190 million euros to produce electric vehicles at a manufacturing plant in the country of which he was recently re-elected president. “Today we signed an agreement on financing the electric car that will …

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Hungary’s first smart shopping center wins international recognition

Etele Plaza received the HOF Awards 2022 in ‘Best of the Best Retail Development’ category. A select group of area real estate leaders voted as a jury in combination with votes from CIJ readers. Etele Plaza, the best of the best retail developments opened last September in Kelenföld, Hungary’s largest …

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Sissi congratulates Aleksandar Vucic on his 2nd term as Serbian president

CAIRO – April 21, 2022: Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi on Thursday congratulated his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vucic on winning another term in the country’s latest presidential election. In a phone call initiated by Sisi, the Egyptian leader highlighted his country’s historic relations with Serbia, particularly with regard to …

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No vacant mountain chalets during the Easter and May Day holidays

Anyone who has planned to spend the Easter or May Day holidays in mountain chalets, and has not booked any so far, is unlikely to find any vacant chalets. Estate agents say bookings started as early as February and all holiday home accommodation is currently nearly full. The trend for …

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The Greek real estate sector attracts a large number of internationals

European buyers choose Greece among their favorite European countries to acquire a second home, leaving behind Mediterranean countries such as Spain and Italy. Such conclusions were drawn from the recent report published by GreekCityTimes, reports SchengenVisaInfo.com. In this regard, the CEO and Founder of Elxis – At Home in Greece, …

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Half of workers in Serbia earn less than 50,000 dinars per month

7.2% of workers in Serbia earn more than 120,000 dinars per month, while the majority (27.2%) earn between 35,000 and 50,000 dinars, followed by those who earn less than 35,000 dinars per month (23 .3%). The average net salary in September last year was 65,218 dinars, the National Statistics Office …

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One of the main criminal proceedings in the field of environmental crime

After the full four years of trial, a major criminal case was won in the trial court for FCC Kikinda and its management, all of whom were acquitted of two environmental offense charges, namely bringing hazardous materials into Serbia and the processing, illegal disposal, and storage of hazardous materials and …

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CRM provider Realpad has signed with 20 companies in the real estate market

Realpad, a European provider of CRM and after-sales management software for residential developers, significantly increased its customer base in Romania in 2021. After entering the market in early 2021, the Romanian Realpad team managed to sign contracts with 20 clients, developers or well-known investors in the market such as Art …

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China makes semi-secret missile delivery to Serbia

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Russian ally Serbia took delivery of a sophisticated Chinese anti-aircraft system in a veiled operation over the weekend amid fears in the West that a buildup of arms in the Balkans at the time of the war in Ukraine threatens the fragile peace in the region. …

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Europe’s largest lithium mine is caught in a political maelstrom

She believes the return to war in Europe has strengthened the ruling coalition parties and incumbent President Aleksandar Vučić. The ruling coalition that approved the mine, led by President Vučić’s Serbian Progressive Party, comfortably led polls from Thursday. Back in the village of Gornje Nedeljice, Petković feels that Rio Tinto …

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Coal mine accident in Serbia kills 8 miners, injures 18

CITLUK, Serbia — An accident at a coal mine in central Serbia on Friday killed eight miners and injured 18 others, authorities said, adding that workers had apparently suffocated from too much methane gas. The accident at the Soko coal mine, located 200 kilometers (125 miles) southeast of the capital …

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Rio Tinto will bring mining equipment to Serbia for its discontinued lithium project

Presidential candidate Biljana Stojković of the Moramo coalition and the Assembly of Free Serbia, Bojana Novaković of the environmental network Marš sa Drine and Marijana Petković of the Association of Environmental Organizations of Serbia said they learned that Rio Tinto had bought a drill for the well of the lithium …

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Ukrainian refugees in Southeast Europe risk running out of money

Ukrainians in a refugee camp at the National Exhibition Center in Chisinau, Moldova, March 24, 2022. Photo: EPA-EFE/DUMITRU DORU Most countries in south-eastern Europe have declared themselves ready to receive Ukrainian refugees fleeing the Russian invasion of their country – and some have already opened their doors, welcoming up to …

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Serbia seems a good solution for Western companies operating in Russia

A growing number of Western European companies, operating in Russia or Ukraine, are temporarily relocating to other countries due to the war in Ukraine and sanctions against Russia, with Serbia being one of the most popular choices. popular for offshoring. Milić Djoković, a real estate agent with the Serbian Chamber …

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Fleeing to Serbia, some Russians dismayed by pro-Kremlin attitudes

BELGRADE, Serbia (AFP) – As freedom of speech was curtailed, his friends were imprisoned and Russia’s economy collapsed in the days after Russian President Vladimir Putin was ordered to invade Ukraine . Marina packed her things and fled Moscow. But more than a thousand miles away, in her new home …

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One-week real estate transactions in Dubai valued at 6.8 billion Dhs

The main transactions were land in Nadd Hessa sold for 189.65 million Dhs. Property and real estate transactions valued at AED6.8 billion in total during the week ending March 25, 2022, according to the Dubai Land Department (DLD). The DLD’s weekly real estate report indicates that the sum of transactions …

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The future of industrial real estate: trends for 2022 and beyond

The future of industrial real estate: trends for 2022 and beyond The shock of COVID-19 has revealed the fundamental importance of industrial and logistics real estate around the world. This report explores key trends that will influence how occupiers, investors, and developers …

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A loss, but an opportunity

For leaders of St. Nikola’s Serbian Orthodox Church in Brookfield, it turns out having the archdiocese’s cold shoulder when buying the St. Barbara’s Church campus was a blessing disguised. While this would have served the growing Serbian congregation well from a facilities perspective, it appears they have landed a more …

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Conflict in Ukraine may weigh on Serbian economy, IMF says | Investment News

BELGRADE (Reuters) – The war in Ukraine is expected to weigh on Serbia’s economy, presenting global problems such as supply chain disruptions and rising commodity prices, the International Monetary Fund said on Tuesday. Russia describes its military action as a “special military operation” to demilitarize and “denazify” Ukraine. The kyiv …

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Tudor Iuga, CBRE Romania: Omnichannel is the result of the pandemic, especially in real estate

Tudor Iuga, senior consultant in industrial and logistics services at CBRE Romania, was one of the speakers on the second panel of BR’s recent event – re:FOCUS on e-commerce, retail and logistics, dedicated to selling to the retail and logistics, where he shared valuable insights into the industry market & …

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Philly immigration attorney tries to help desperate Ukrainian Americans get family members out of war zone

Ricky Palladino’s phone has been ringing ever since Russia invaded Ukraine. The Philadelphia immigration attorney has received more than a hundred calls from local Ukrainian Americans desperate to get their family members out of the war and into the United States. He has received at least another hundred calls from …

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Where to Invest in South East Europe: A Guide

Large cities such as Istanbul contribute to making Turkey a major FDI hub in South Eastern Europe. (Photo by Diego Cupolo/NurPhoto via Getty Images) After a sharp decline in 2015, the economy of South Eastern Europe grew year-on-year from 2016 to 2017. It then fell by 0.2% in 2018 and …

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