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The European Union moved to expand the travellers rights and liberalise the railways sector with a newly-voted European railways directive.
The directive will go into force before the end of 2009 and will liberalise the international routes starting from
Bulgaria joined Wednesday the celebrations of the European Day of Languages with a one-day conference on Multilingualism that took part in the Cervantes Centre in Sofia.
As the United Kingdom is preparing its first official analysis of the impact of migration, Bulgaria renewed calls for lifting the restrictive measures imposed on its jobseekers.
"There are only four Bulgarian nationals, who were forcefully brought back f
Bulgaria will be obliged to implement the Eurocodes in construction from 2011, European Affairs Minister Gergana Grancharova said Tuesday at a forum on the steady development of the real estate sector.
European Union External Relations Commissioner Benita Ferrero-Waldner called on Ukraine Thursday to drop the visa regime for Bulgaria and Romania.
EU Consumer Affairs Commissioner Meglena Kuneva has pledged to seek broad support for a review of the safety measures of US toymaker Mattel Inc in the wake of its huge recalls.
Commissioner Kuneva met Thursday with the Vice President of Mattel Internatio
The United Kingdom will publish its first official analysis of the impact of migration next month, the immigration minister announced, as cited by the Guardian.
Bulgaria's EU Affairs parliamentary commission is to hear Thursday information about the negotiations on the new European constitution.
There will be discussed also the position Bulgaria will take at the forthcoming international conference over the docu
The European Union signed in Brussels visa agreements with five Balkan countries, making it cheaper and easier for Albania, Bosnia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia citizens to travel.
The deals are expected to come into force in January and the five cou
EU Consumer Protection Commissioner, Bulgaria's Meglena Kuneva, said the users educate the market and business as a whole at a Tuesday press conference in Sofia.
"We all earn our money very hard and want to spend it only for buying goods of high quality,
European Union External Relations commissioner Benita Ferrero-Waldner was awarded Bulgaria's highest state order Stara Planina - first degree by the country's President Georgi Parvanov at a special ceremony on Monday.
The EU official, who played an impor
European Union external relations commissioner Benita Ferrero-Waldner is to be awarded Bulgaria's highest state order Stara Planina by country's President Georgi Parvanov at a special ceremony on Monday.
The EU official, who played an important role for
Bulgaria's Transport Minister Petar Mutafchiev presented on Wednesday his Ministry's latest road safety initiative to representatives of the European Commission.
The campaign "I save a Life" is not something transient; it is not made to advertise anythin
A survey of 11 EU member states, as well as US and Turkey, shows Bulgarians do not share the concerns of their fellow countries in bloc with the same strength, and is also the least wary of potential threats from Russia.
The Bulgarians rank among the mos
Bulgarian youngsters will be given the opportunity to realize their European dreams by taking part in the new competition, opened by the EC Representation in Bulgaria on Monday.
"Creating Europe" project is part of the information and communication progr
A month after the Bulgarian medics and the Palestinian doctor, wrongly accused of deliberately infecting hundreds of Libyan children with HIV, returned home, they demanded a joint European plan for their protection.
The medics voiced their demand at a me
European Affairs Minister Gergana Gruncharova presented Wednesday a new web site, devoted to transparency as one of the EU's strategic policies.
The launch took place during a press conference in the Foreign Ministry.
Eastern and central European migrants have started to move up the jobs chain in the United Kingdom and are occupying more professional positions, shows data of the Home Office, as cited by the Financial Times.
Bulgaria's Interior Minister Rumen Petkov signed Tuesday the first agreement for cooperation with the European Commission in the framework of the prevention and fight against crime program.
The program aims at the building of a strong and active partners
Bulgaria is the European Union's most Islamic country with its one million Muslims accounting for about one-seventh of the population, the Financial Times wrote in its latest issue.
A total of fourteen youngsters from European Union member countries, including Bulgaria will be sent to an inhabited island for 12 days to take part of a EU project, the Turkish Radikal newspaper reported Monday.
The teenagers will have to spend the whol
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