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The honorable consuls of Bulgaria from close to 40 countries have gathered for a two-day meeting convened by Foreign Minister Ivaylo Kalfin in Sofia.
Bulgaria's first diplomat and the honorable consuls launched discussion on the priorities of the Bulgari
There are no voices talking about possible economic pressure on Libya as a way to solve the issue of five Bulgarian medics on a death row, according to German Ambassador Michael Geier.
Europe's far-right parties hope to soon have their form political group in the European Parliament, which would make them eligible for EU funds, a French deputy said Monday.
"For the moment, it's on the right track.
Only four Bulgarian companies - two dairies and two meat producers - have filed applications to be granted a certificate for selling on the common European market.
The Agriculture Ministry announced that all applicants will be subject to strict inspectio
Authorities in the Spanish town Coslada admitted the City Hall "overflows" with Bulgarian and Romanian immigrants, who are trying to get legal documents for their stay in the country, El Mundo newspaper reported.
The number of immigrants increased in the
Bulgaria's Education Ministry launched Tuesday a weeklong information campaign on country's EU accession in schools.
The campaign is meant to introduce to students the history, geography and cultural heritage of the EU member states.
The musical center after the name of Bulgarian opera legend Boris Hristov has opened doors for free visits to add to EU-dedicated celebrations.
The initiative is organized by the Culture Ministry as part of a series of events marking the accession of the
Brussels' famous landmark, the Manneken-Pis will put on a traditional Bulgarian folk costume for a day.
Marking Bulgaria's EU accession, the little peeing bronze boy will spend Saturday in the unusual attire, the Bulgarian embassy in Brussels has told Da
More than half of Bulgaria's citizens expect that their job security will increase now that the country is a member of the EU, with many hoping to become wealthier.
Ironically, the biggest fear of the nation is that they may lose their job or become poor
Bulgaria's government should revoke the EU treaty that obliged it to close another two units at its sole nuclear power station, the nationalists said.
"Many a EU commissioners have been cheating Bulgaria over the years," the leader of Ataka party Volen S
The Scottish"Sunday Herald" provided a refreshing analysis of the fears over another wave of migrants landing on the doorstep of Britain after the accession of Bulgaria and Romania.
The enlargement of the European Union by two new members did not bring smiles on Germans' faces, Die Welt newspaper reported.
The majority of Greeks support the accession of Bulgaria and Romania to the European Union, shows a survey, published days after the two countries joined the block.
French President Jacques Chirac welcomed Bulgaria and Romania to the European block in what is believed to be one of his last major foreign policy addresses before April presidential elections.
Chirac declared support for the efforts of German Chancellor
Bucharest has decided to temporarily remove the fee for passing through the border checkpoint of Gyurgevo under the pressure of drivers.
Drivers, travelling through Gyurgevo to the Bulgaria's Danube town of Russe, say the fee of EUR 60 is illegal.
Bulgarian bus companies have denied British media reports that the number of trips to the UK has considerably increased, following the country's accession to the European Union.
"Meglena Kuneva is the new face of Bulgaria. Fresh from celebrating her country's accession to the European Union on January 1, the sleek, US-trained minister will this week take up a job in Brussels as the first Bulgarian member of the European Commissio
The British government will launch a GBP 1 M advertising blitz next week to try to stop dodgy bosses hiring illegal workers, The Sun reported.
Bulgaria's Nadezhda Sandolova and Romania's Ispir Ovidiu took their seats in the European Court of Auditors along with the accession of the two Balkan states.
They were appointed Members of the European Court of Auditors (ECA) as from 1 January 2007, for
Right-wingers from the Union of Democratic Forces (UDF) warned that the European Commission might further restrict Bulgaria in its membership rights.
At a press conference on Friday, leader Petar Stoyanov pointed at the ineffective market control and con
The MEPs from Bulgaria and Romania will take their full-fledged seats in Strasbourg on January 15, when the Parliament opens its first 2007 session.
Sofia sends 18 and Romania - 35 lawmakers, who unlike previously, will enjoy full voting rights in both p
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