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the countries of the Balkan Peninsula, which include Romania, Bulgaria, and Yugoslavia.
Balkan frame - metal frame above a bed which provides for limb suspension, named for the Balkan wars, 1908-1913.
Balkan nephrectomy
Balkan nephritis - chronic progressive nephritis seen predominantly in Balkan countries.
Balkan nephropathy - interstitial nephritis occurring in the Balkan countries.
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The next event after Cafe Balkan will be on September 12 and is a musical tribute to the great Cypriot composer, musicologist, conductor, teacher and visionary Solon Michaelides, whose work has been significant for the development of musical education and artistic activity in Cyprus.
Despite serious political support from the governments of the most Western Balkan countries to coal power, we have observed since 2016 delay in investment intentions for some of the announced coal power plant projects.
The RCC's Secretary General Bregu will share the findings of the Balkan Barometer 2019 with the meeting's participants, followed by the presentation of the RCC's Annual Report for period 2018-2019 and organisation's Strategy and Work Programme 2020-2022, both expected to be endorsed at the RCC Annual Meeting and adopted at the SEECP Meeting of Ministers of Foreign Affairs.
At the regional level, the Balkan countries have been experiencing many problems emanating from the dismemberment of the region during the modern period.
The Balkan Region has significant energy reserves, which account for 94 percent of Turkmenistan's natural gas production and 12 percent of its petroleum production.
Balkan Egyptians are spread across almost all Balkan Peninsula, in small or large, local or regional communities with the awakened or unawakened ethnic consciousness.
From her side Katja said, "It was a great a positive experience working with Balkan Natural Adventure.
The menu at Baba showcases Balkan cuisine that takes inspiration from European tapas, with brunch all day and dinner in the evenings.
This growth of tensions can hardly be disregarded as accidental, given the fact that the Balkan leaders can easily be played one against another whenever they receive signals, no matter whether fake or true, that a new geopolitical reshuffle of the region is being reconsidered by major global players.
Opening the conference "Founding of "Iter Vitis Balkan"-possibility for connections and economic development", Macedonian Minister of Culture, Elizabeta Kanveska Milevska and Stefano Dominioni, Director of the European Institute of Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe praised the idea for creating a Balkan wine route.