World Bulletin / News Desk
Journalists from eight countries gathered in Turkey's north-western province of Edirne for the "1st Balkan Meeting" on Thursday on the day of "10th January, Working Journalists' Day."
Journalists from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia, Romania, Serbia and Greece gathered in Edirne for the "1st Balkan Meeting" organized by the Governor's Office of Edirne, the Municipality of Edirne, Trakya University, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Edirne Representation and the Federation of Journalists of Turkey (TGF).
President of Association of Journalists from Thrace, Ali Soydan, said, "We hope this event would mark a beginning. We hope nice events and cultural changes would make into news in the Balkans that became house to blood and tears for many years."
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