#1 Iohannis did not speak as usual at the e ceremony. von xuezhiqian123 11.07.2019 03:24

TIRANA Hydro Flask Coffee Flasks Bottiglia Bianche 20 OZ Italia , March 8 (Xinhua) -- The Albanian Ministry of Agriculture Sunday announced new measures and initiatives to boost agricultural production, according to Albanian Daily News.

Several supporting schemes and policies regarding subventions for farmers, including the establishment of warehouses for agricultural and livestock products, have already been implemented throughout Albania.

These supporting schemes aim to boost employment in this sector as well as exports of Albanian products.

Albania's agriculture and hunting sector recorded an annual growth of 1.2 percent for the third quarter of 2014, said a report issued by the Bank of Albania.

Agriculture experts said that the growth is lower than the same period of previous years due to worse climate conditions.

In another development, Albania's long-term deposits of more than two years have increased since the beginning of 2015 compared with December 2014, according to the bank.

After Bank of Albania decreased the interest of deposits to 2 percent, the lowest record registered by the bank, many short-term deposits were transformed into long-term deposits.


LAGOS, Nov. 15 (Xinhua) -- Five Super Eagles of Nigeria players are among the list of the 2013 African Player of the Year, the Confederation of African Football (CAF) said on Friday.

A statement from CAF listed the players including the Super Eagles' captain and goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama and the forward players Ahmed Musa and Emmanuel Emenike.

Others are the mid-fielders John Mikel Obi and Warri Wolfes' Sunday Mba.

The CAF statement said 25 players made the cut for the flagship African Player of the Year category, and 21 made the African Player of the Year, based in Africa.

The reigning African Player of the Year Ivorian Yaya Toure, and two of his compatriots, Didier Drogba and Yao Kouassi Gervais, made the exalted list of African footballers.

Two players each from Ghana, Egypt, Cape Verde and Algeria also made the African Player of the Year category.

There was one nominee each from Senegal, Kenya, Burkina Faso, Mali, Ehiopia, Guinea, Cameroon, Morocco and Gabon.

The list of nominees for CAF's African Player of the Year, based in Africa, included the reigning Mohamed Aboutrika of Egypt, and only Nigeria's Sunday Mba made the list.

Four players from Tunisia's local league made the second list, while Cameroon, Egypt and South-Africa have three nominees each.

Ehiopia has two, while Cote D'Ivoire, Tanzania, Zambia, DR Congo, Nigeria and Mali have a nominee each.

The eventual winners for both categories will be announced at the Glo-CAF Awards Gala scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014 in Lagos.


By Alex Osei-Boateng

ACCRA, Oct. 16 (Xinhua) -- Ghana maintained its 52nd position in the latest FIFA world rankings released on Monday, despite gaining five points in its point buildup.

The Black Stars, which also retained its 8th slot on the continental pecking order, increased its total point accumulation from 646 points in September to 651 points this month.

The ranking comes at the backdrop of Ghana's inability to qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia after drawing goalless against Uganda at the penultimate qualifier in Kampala on October 7.

Ghana however defeated the Green Falcons of Saudi Arabia 3-0 in a FIFA international friendly last Tuesday.

Leading the African ranking is Tunisia, ranked 28th in the world, with Egypt (30) and Senegal (32) at the second and third positions respectively.

With the World Cup qualification obviously over for Ghana, the West African soccer powerhouse now turns its focus to preparations for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) which resumes in March, next year.

Ghana finished second at the 2015 edition of the AFCON in Equatorial Guinea after losing 9-8 on penalties to neighbors Cote d'Ivoire.

BUCHAREST, Oct. 17 (Xinhua) -- The three new members of Romania's reshuffled cabinet took the oath of office Tuesday before President Klaus Iohannis in a ceremony at Cotroceni Presidential Palace.

Earlier, Iohannis signed the decrees appointing Paul Stanescu as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Regional Development, Public Administration and European Funds; Felix Stroe as Minister of Transport; and Marius Nica as Minister-delegate for European Funds.

The ceremony was attended by Prime Minister Mihai Tudose, Deputy Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu, two MPs, as well as presidential adviser Cosmin Marinescu.

Iohannis did not speak as usual at the end of the ceremony.

This may be the most deserted and shortest swearing ceremony in recent years, as both heads of Parliament chambers announced not to attend the ceremony, as an expressio

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