CSEBA was established with a mission to provide the basis for economic and financial cooperation between China and the countries of South-Eastern Europe, including: Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Slovenia, Montenegro, FYR of Macedonia, Kosovo, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, Greece, Turkey, Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, as well as the countries of: Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Russia.
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The area of Southeast Europe has always had an interesting role in the European history, a mixture between the developed West and the exotic East. With its geographic location, it was an unavoidable part of the ancient Silk Road and there is no wonder that it is still an area of interest of both the European Union and China.
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Matej Balen at China NGO Network for International Exchanges online seminar
Matej Balen at China NGO Network for International Exchanges online seminar
13th April 2021
BEIJING - China NGO Network for International Exchange (CNIE) is held an online seminar from April 13 and April 15.
Mario Rendulic on Stories of CPC: Silk Road become friendships bride for almost everyone on the planet
Mario Rendulic on Stories of CPC: Silk Road become friendships bride for almost everyone on the planet
22nd February 2021
XINJIANG - The International Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (IDCPC) held a thematic briefing in Xinjiang, China on "Stories of CPC" on Monday, 22 February 2021.
WHO: Sinopharm, Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine data show efficacy
WHO: Sinopharm, Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine data show efficacy
31st March 2021
GENEVA - Chinese vaccine makers Sinopharm and Sinovac have presented data on their COVID-19 vaccines indicating levels of efficacy that would be compatible with those required by the World Health Organization, the chair of a WHO advisory panel said on Wednesday.
Croatia receives tourists vaccinated with Russian and Chinese vaccines
Croatia receives tourists vaccinated with Russian and Chinese vaccines
31st March 2021
ZAGREB - After Greece made a decision on vaccinated travelers, all travelers who have been vaccinated with two doses, regardless of whether it has been approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), will be able to cross the Croatian border tomorrow, Jutarnji List unofficially finds out.
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