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The new format of an iternational event is a dialog that is called “The Unite Eurasia from the Atlantic ocean to the Pacific ocean” took place first time this year in Brusseles. The organizers of this event are the Fond Roscongress and association Learn Eurasia with the support of the European bisiness association and the Belgium trade chamber. One of the main topics of the meeting were: multiples strategies – one aim; constant corporations and dialog according to standards.
  • Category: Analytics |
  • Date: 17-04-2019, 12:29
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During NATO's aggression, the Yugoslav ground forces consisted of three armies. The First army defended the central and northern parts of Serbia, the Second army, based in Podgorica, controlled the western part of Serbia and all areas of Montenegro, and the Third army, with headquarters in Nis, operated in the southern part of Serbia, including Kosovo and Metohija. The Third army, led by its legendary commander, General Nebojša Pavković, bore the brunt of the enemy attacks during the aggression. General Pavkovic was the chief strategist of military operations in the part of Serbia that came under particularly heavy bombardments from the air, attacks from Albania, and raids from Albanian terrorists.
  • Category: Experts |
  • Date: 26-03-2019, 13:00
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The victory of right-wing candidate Ivan Duque in the Colombian presidential elections is not the best news for Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro. The newly elected president has already refused to recognize Maduro's victory in the recent elections in Venezuela and announced that he would not send an ambassador to Caracas.
US President Donald Trump in his first annual address to the Congress "on the state of the country" on January 30, assessed the state of the US economy, opposed the cut of the military budget, declared the need to modernize the country's nuclear arsenal  and noted that Russia and China threaten the interests of the United States.

Ministerial Meeting on Mega Events for Sustainable Tourism Development, a forum dedicated to the impact of major events on the sector of economy, convened in Sochi  recently. No doubt, there were serious, in some regards, symbolic reasons behind nominating the city as a site for

Today Mongolia is attractive to foreign investors in many sectors of the economy, the most dynamic of which are tourism and the development of mining for gold and other precious metals, and the center of attention for this is the Gobi Desert.

There is a place in the Mongolian Gobi desert called the Turquoise Hill. It gets its name from the rich copper deposits that give it its distinctive greenish color. It has long been known to have these copper deposits, along with quantities of gold and silver, but was considered too small to be worth mining commercially. Then around a decade ago a team of geologists was sent to the area to conduct new investigations. What they discovered was astonishing. The Turquoise Hill turned out to be the tiny visible tip of one enormous iceberg. 

SHOPSKA-U-LIKE

It is funny the way particular types of salad can spread from one culture to another. For instance, the French introduced the Russians to one type, which became known as Salad Olivier in their honour. The Russians in turn introduced this to the Bulgarians where it was a hit, so it’s known in Bulgaria as Russian Salad. Whilst it is undoubtedly popular in Bulgaria, it is not the most popular. No, the number one king of salads there is the Shopska.

Take a look at the Bulgarian flag. Three bands of colour. Red, green and white. Not the most exciting looking flag ever invented yet it symbolises the real Bulgaria in many different ways.