Day: December 5, 2023

PISA: Croatian pupils average in reading and scientific literacy, below in math

The performance of Croatian 15-year-old students in reading and scientific literacy is within the average of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) member states, and they are below the average in mathematical literacy, show the latest PISA findings….

The Serbs give up, they want the dismissal of the mayors of the northern municipalities through a petition

The Serbs living in the north, who once did not accept the possibility of the Government of Kosovo to dismiss the mayors of the northern municipalities through a petition, gave up today. They have formed their own groups, through which…

Tourism Minister and travel agents “cautiously optimistic” over 2024 prospects

Deputy Minister for Tourism Kostas Koumis and the Association of Cyprus Travel Agents (ACTA) expressed cautious optimism over next year’s tourist season, as Cyprus, despite the ongoing war in Ukraine and the crisis in the Gaza Strip is moving towards…

Political Forum: Level of compliance with membership criteria can be achieved by end of year

Participants of the second High-Level Political Forum between the European Union and Bosnia and Herzegovina expect that our country will continue with delivering on reforms, and BiH representatives firmly are determined that the necessary level of compliance with membership criteria…

ANA-MPA signs memorandum of cooperation with Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The deepening of cooperation between the Athens-Macedonian News Agency (ANA-MPA) and the Department of Journalism of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) in the fields of research, publications and educational programmes was envisaged in a memorandum of cooperation signed in…

Turkish first lady advances action plans after ‘One Heart for Palestine’ summit

Turkish first lady Emine Erdogan met Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, chairperson of Education Above All Foundation, in Qatar on Tuesday to discuss action plans after the “One Heart for Palestine” summit. Accompanying President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for the 9th Meeting…

Regeni trial won’t be just a show says prosecutor

Rome Prosecutor Sergio Colaiocco said Monday the fact that the four Egyptian security officials accused of Giulio Regeni’s murder are unlikely to be at their trial in Italy will not mean the proceedings are merely a show. “The absence of…

Justice Ministry: Romania is open to EPPO powers extension

The extension of the powers of the European Public Prosecutor’s Office was a common denominator of the positions taken by the justice ministers attending the Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) Council meeting, with Romania being open to this extension, the…

Bulgarian Scientists to Partner with NASA, CERN, Leading Universities and Corporations to Ensure Open AI

The INSAIT Institute at Sofia University is one of about 50 organizations in the world that received an invitation to participate in the historic first global Alliance for Artificial Intelligence, said the Ministry of Education and Science. The project was…

Well-known actor Mirush Kabashi dies while state leaders hold him in high esteem

The well-known actor of Albanian theatre and cinematography Mirush Kabashi died at 75. Kabashi has been estimated as one of the greatest interpreters of poetry in Albania. He also numbers about 100 roles in theater and films. Among the most…

MKC to host first solo exhibition by Martina Spasovska

The Youth Cultural Center (MKC) in Skopje will host the opening of the exhibition ‘Loud Silence’ by Martina Spasovska on Tuesday. Spasovska is born in 1997, in Kumanovo, North Macedonia. Lives in Skopje. In 2016, she graduated from the Lazar…

Portuguese PM voices support to Montenegro becoming next EU member

Montenegro is a front-runner in the European integration and has strong Portugal’s support to become the next EU member state, said Portuguese Prime Minister Antonio Costa, who visited Montenegro on Monday, within his tour of the region. He met on…