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Support for EU enlargement tends to be considerably higher in the ten new member states than in the former EU15 countries, according to a latest study by Eurobarometer.
Support for expansion is strongest in Poland, with an increase of 4% from the spring
Bulgarian citizens will be allowed to travel in EU member states only with their ID cards and in line with the Schengen agreement as of 2007, when the country will join the European block.
In economic and commercial terms Greece could not take advantage of its close neighbourhood with Bulgaria in view of the country's EU membership as of January 1, 2007, Athens' daily Vima has said.
In an article titled "Greece Missed the Train to Bulgaria
A combined maximum total of 20,000 low skilled workers from Bulgaria will be permitted to work in seasonal agricultural work and food processing, The Daily Telegraph says.
The Netherlands' labour market will gradually open for Bulgarian and Romanian workers, the Dutch Ambassador to Bulgaria said in an interview for Sofia News Agency.
Spain has confirmed it will implement a two-year moratorium for Bulgarian and Romanian workers when their countries join the European Union next month.
Jobseekers from the two Balkan newcomers who will find their access to the Spanish labour market restr
The project to popularise Bulgaria in Germany has reached its final stage.
Bulgarian artist Luyben Kostov' project "Message Bulgaria" was finished on Saturday in front of the building of the Bulgarian Embassy in Berlin.
EU leaders have left the door open to new member states following a summit to mark the end of Finnish EU rotating presidency.
"We found the way forward.
The Civil Courage Panitza award was bestowed upon its first laureate film director Malina Petrova days before Bulgaria's full-fledged EU accession.
Bulgaria's parliament approved at first reading two draft laws for electing the country's first representatives at the European Parliament.
The right of Bulgarians, living in countries outside the European Union and Turkey in particular, to cast a ballot
The European Parliament definitively approved a plan to replace the 110 existing types of driving licences with a single document to be valid across the bloc.
The first new driving licences are to be issued in 2012, to be introduced the following year.
Finland learned from the good experiences of those few countries, which opened the labour market for the new members joining the EU in 2004. This was how Finnish Ambassador to Sofia Kauko Jamsen commented his country's decision to open its labour market f
Bulgaria's parliament will discuss at first reading the draft law for electing the country's first representatives at the European Parliament.
Last week the leaders of Bulgaria's ruling coalition decided to hold the country's first elections for members
Joining the European Union will be tougher for those in the waiting room of the block, EU leaders made it clear at their regular summit.
"We cannot lower our standards.
The EU Foreign Ministers' decision to freeze the accession talks with Turkey is fair and objective, Bulgaria's PM Sergey Stanishev told Darik News.
The process is not stopped but a clear indication is given that if Turkey wants to be a full-fledged membe
EC President Jose Manuel Barroso and Enlargement Commissioner Olli Rehn welcomed to the EU Bulgarians and Romanians in their native languages.
Together we can achieve more, Bulgaria's PM Sergey Stanishev said at a grand ceremony in Brussels thrown to welcome newcomers Bulgaria and Romania.
The European Union warned Russia against plans to ban meat imports from the entire 25-nation bloc as of January 1, 2007, when Bulgaria and Romania will join, dpa reported.
Bulgaria will join the international coffee and cocoa agreements in view of its January EU accession.
The UK government will review the labour access restrictions imposed on Bulgarians and Romanians in a year time, a British interior official said in Sofia.
Under British legislation, local employers are allowed to hire highly qualified foreign workers on
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