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A French parliamentary delegation is to pay a visit to Iran next Friday in an effort to discuss the expansion of Tehran-Paris relations with senior Iranian lawmakers, Press TV reported.
BRUSSELS , Dec. 6 -- The European Union's European Investment Bank issued the following news release: The European Investment Bank is lending EUR 80 million to finance the expansion of Zagreb Airport in Croatia , comprising the design and construction of a new passenger terminal building.
A former chief legal counsel of Hungarian oil and gas group MOL has launched a private lawsuit against the company's boss over a fall in the firm's share price following its move to take control of Croatian peer INA.
Over recent years the Croatian retail market has steadily grown, predominantly due to the increase of disposable income, falling unemployment levels and easier access to credit.
The joint session of the Serbian government and the government of the Serb entity in Bosnia should be held in Banja Luka on December 16 It was also announced on Wednesday htat Montenegrin Prime Minister Milo Dukanoviae should visit Belgrade on December 9 and 10, while Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama may also visit Serbia in December.
Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina still have a number of issues to resolve, such as borders and succession, says Ranko Skrbiae.
Croatian megastar Gibonni recently played a special concert in the Kombank Arena, Belgrade, Serbia in front of 20,000 fans who all went crazy for the occasion! The lighting utilized 22 x Robe ROBIN Pointes and 36 x LEDBeam 100s which were specified by Lighting Designer Sven Kucinic.
65.8 percent said "yes" to the referendum question: "Do you agree that marriage is matrimony
A strong majority in staunchly Catholic Croatia voted Sunday to outlaw same-sex marriage in a referendum sought by a Church-backed group but strongly opposed by rights groups, nearly complete official results showed.
Croatian lawmakers called for a Dec. 1 referendum on a constitutional ban on same-sex marriages in the predominantly Roman Catholic country.