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Almost half of the EU states will have to go to Court because those countries' legislatures are yet to recognize the secondary diplomas issued by colleges and universities in Bulgaria and Romania.
The news came from the Romanian Information Agency NewsIn
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Sergey Stanishev is scheduled to have a work meeting with ambassadors of EU member states in the country, in order to discuss the structural and staff changes in the Cabinet.
According to the press service of the government, the
Bulgarian eco-activists supported by international NGOs staged Thursday a demonstration in Brussels against the illegal resort construction under way in the Bulgarian Rila Mountain.
The European Central Bank (ECB) has published its Convergence Report 2008 that states there is considerable risk of inflation in Bulgaria to continue rising.
Over the reference period from April 2007 to March 2008, Bulgaria recorded a 12-month average in
The European Commission and the European Central Bank approved Slovakia's joining of the Eurozone on January 1, 2009.
France's Ambassador to Sofia Etienne de Poncins said Wednesday that the EU was hoping Bulgaria would soon take action to combat organized crime.
The Ministry of Environment and Waters announced Tuesday there were no risks of legal suits against Bulgaria in the European Court despite the initiation of a new punitive procedure by the European Commission over the government's failure to issue industr
The European Commission is starting a new punitive procedure against Bulgaria (and eight other EU member states) over the failure to issue on time permits for a number of industrial installations already in operations, the Commission press service announc
The Member of the European Parliament from the European Greens party David Hammerstein stated Sunday in the Bulgarian Black Sea city of Varna that he was shocked by Bulgaria's failure to counter the widespread environmental violations.
About half of the one million Eastern European immigrants, who came to the United Kingdom after 2004 have left returning to their home countries according to a report of the Institute for Public Policy Research, cited by the BBC.
The project of the Bulgarian Burgas Municipality "Let Us Unite Our Efforts" under the EU URBACT II Program envisaging partnership with five other European cities has been approved, the private Darik Radio reported.
The Bulgarian Prime Minister Sergey Stanishev has received the support of the President of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso for the recent changes in the government.
Spain will not be able to expel any more Bulgarians and Romanians working there illegally after a ruling of the Spanish Supreme Court.
Bulgaria has the cheapest labor force in the European Union with an average payment of EUR 2,1 per hour, according to a EUROSTAT research.
The European Parliament (EP) insisted that Macedonia stop instilling hatred against its neighbor Bulgaria.
Some Bulgarian trains will be able to travel at a speed of 200 km/h after EUR 580 M from the EU Operative Program "Transport" are absorbed for the modernization and reconstruction of Bulgaria's railways by 2013.
If accepted to the big European family, Turkey would play an important role in the currently unstable Balkans, EU Affairs Minister Gergana Grancharova said Saturday.
The statement was made at the opening of the conference "The European and Non-European A
A Deputy PM without portfolio is to take responsibility for monitoring and coordination of the European funding for Bulgaria, deputy-chair of the NMSP party Milen Velchev announced after a meeting of the three-way ruling coalition.
The idea was approved
The European Justice and Home Affairs Council is to discuss the measures for fight against terrorism at a sitting, which will be held in Luxembourg on Friday.
The members will also debate over a project for a frame decision for executing court rulings th
The European Union few ways of pressuring its newest member states, Bulgaria and Romania, to reform despite Brussels's frustration with their failure to combat corruption and organized crime, the Financial Times reported Thursday.
The European Commission is requiring an explanation from Bulgarian authorities about the measures taken regarding the death threats in certain media issued against the art critic Martina Baleva and the German professor Ulf Brunnbauer.
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