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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Shanxi Province seeks to intensify tourist and cultural exchange with Croatia
Shanxi Province seeks to intensify tourist and cultural exchange with Croatia
22nd June 2019
ZAGREB - The Culture and Tourism Department of China's Shanxi Province, in cooperation with the Croatian-Chinese Friendship Society, in Zagreb on Friday organised a conference on cultural and tourism cooperation between the province and Croatia at which both sides expressed a desire to intensify their cooperation.
Silk Road Festival in Osijek, Đakovo and Beli Manastir
Silk Road Festival in Osijek, Đakovo and Beli Manastir
15th June 2019
OSIJEK - As part of the celebration of the Croatian-Chinese year of culture and tourism on Friday, the "Silk Road" Festival started in the yard of the Osijek Food Technology Faculty, where performers of national dances and performers from seven countries of Asia and the Middle East perform, and from Cepin municipality nearby Osijek.
Museum of Illusions opens in Shanghai
Museum of Illusions opens in Shanghai
17th July 2019
ZAGREB – The popular Croatian Museum of Illusions has now opened its first museum in China.
Huawei says it plans to invest 3,1 billion USD in Italy
Huawei says it plans to invest 3,1 billion USD in Italy
16th July 2019
MILAN - Chinese tech giant Huawei said on Monday (Jul 15) it plans to invest US$3.1 billion in Italy over three years, as the firm looks to strengthen its foothold in Europe after the US labelled it a major security risk.
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