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Bulgaria has agreed to enable the European Union to sign an accord on closer ties with Montenegro by embracing a compromise in the dispute over the Bulgarian spelling of the euro currency.
After six hours of negotiations late on Friday Bulgaria agreed to
EU Commissioner for Multilingualism Leonard Orban expressed Friday his support for Bulgaria's position in the dispute over the spelling of EU common currency euro.
"Each and every EU official language should be respected," the commissioner said at a meet
Bulgaria has refused to sign the Stabilisation and Association Agreement between Montenegro and the European Union because of the spelling of the single currency in the Bulgarian translation of the document.
The announcement was made by Bulgaria's EU Aff
The European Parliament voted on Thursday on the number of seats EU member states would have after the new European treaty is passed, which is scheduled to reduce the size of the European legislative body to 750 seats from the current 785.
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Bulgaria's European Affairs Minister Gergana Grancharova will meet Thursday the EU Justice Commissioner Franco Frattini to discuss EU legislation implementation in Bulgaria.
Minister Grancharova will also meet Bulgarian MEPs, EP Liberal Democrat Member G
The European Commission has decided not to enforce a safeguard clause on Bulgaria for agriculture, state radio BNR reported on Wednesday.
Bulgaria will get all the EUR 200,300,000 allocated in the EU budget for direct payments to farmers, because the las
Bulgaria would ask the EU to co-finance its program for surveillance and eradication of brucellosis, the Bulgarian National Radio reported Tuesday.
The Director General of the Bulgarian National Veterinary Service Zheko Baychev announced Bulgaria's plans
Bulgaria's State Tourism Agency will exhibit one of the country's world-famous gold treasures dating back to Thracian times in Brussels on Monday next week.
The tourism agency will use the awarding ceremony of MEPs for their contribution to the outgoing
The European Commission said consumers in the bloc have been paying up to 60% less for using their mobile phone abroad since this summer.
A two-day sitting of the members of the European Tourist Commission is to be held in Bulgaria's capital, starting on Tuesday.
There will be discussed the candidatures of the new potential members as well as the results of implementing the corporative bus
The number of people migrating to the UK each year will be 45,000 more than previously predicted, according to official estimates, cited by BBC.
Bulgaria's European Commissioner for Consumer protection Meglena Kuneva is to go to Washington next week for meetings with the US president's office of information and regulatory affairs.
She will also meet officials from the Federal Trade Commission, th
Bulgaria's European Union Commissioner on Consumer Protection Meglena Kuneva has been nominated for EU commissioner of the year by the European Voice newspaper.
The European Commission has approved three of the seven operative programs of Bulgaria, the parliamentary info service reported.
Brussels has been accused of "political geography" after EU member states left Turkey out of the map aimed at representing larger Europe on a new euro coin design.
The Bulgarians are threatening to flood Britain's jobs market, thus further increasing the unemployment in the country, which is at a seven-year high thanks to migrants from Eastern Europe taking jobs in the UK, the Daily Express newspaper reported.
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.
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