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A UK firm that hired laborers from Eastern Europe including Bulgarians for some of Britain's largest food producers had its license revoked over numerous violations of the rights of the guest workers, the Guardian reported on Saturday.
The families of th
European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso hailed on Friday Bulgarian parliament's approval of the Lisbon Treaty.
"I would like to congratulate Bulgaria on the successful approval of the Treaty of Lisbon by the Parliament today," Barroso said in a
The first Europe Direct information center is to be open Thursday by Bulgaria's EU Commissioner Meglena Kuneva in the country's second largest Plovdiv.
The EU Commissioner Meglena Kuneva called on Bulgarian authorities to introduce better policy to ease the country's citizens, who want to work in the bloc's institutions.
"All people, who apply for such a job must pass a series of exams and it turns out
Brussels needs to prove taxpayers' money is not going down the drain as European public opinion is getting increasingly sceptical about the merits of bringing in poor countries like Bulgaria, BBC commented on Tuesday.
The article, entitled "Bulgaria's th
EU commissioner for consumer protection Meglena Kuneva inaugurated in Sofia an unconventional exhibition as part of the initiatives that marked the European Consumer Day, March 15.
The exhibition, located along the bridge near the National Palace of Cult
Bulgaria will welcome within a month a delegation of the European Aviation Safety Agency, whose report is hoped to clear the way for lifting the safeguard clause against the Balkan country aviation.
The European Parliament decided on a slower pace of increase for the minimum rate of tax on diesel and backtracked on the deadline set for several new member states, including Bulgaria and Romania.
The MEPs decided that the minimum taxes on diesel should
The European Commission and the US Department of Homeland Security agreed that America was to negotiate simultaneously with the EU and its respective member states on the issue of including more countries in its Visa Waiver Program.
Bulgarian officials said they are expecting Brussels to announce on Thursday the lifting of the safeguard clause against the Balkan country aviation, which was introduced shortly before its EU accession on January 1, 2007 over "grave deficiencies" in safe
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Sergey Stanishev is to participate Thursday in a sitting of the European Council to be held in Brussels.
Stanishev is first scheduled to join a working lunch of the leaders of the European Socialist Party.
The European Commission recommended Tuesday to the European Council the opening of negotiations with the United States on the conditions for the updating of the US Visa Waiver Program (VWP). This became clear from an official press release of the EC.
The payments for Bulgaria under the SAPARD Programme, Measure 2 - improving the processing and marketing of agricultural and fish products, will stay frozen at least until May 15. This was announced by EC representative from DG Agriculture, Kai Mortensen
A European Commission spokesman has warned that Bulgaria will have to pay money back to Brussels should suspicions for fraud in aid payment absorption prove right.
Bulgaria's State Agriculture Fund head Dimitar Tadarakov said he is going to ask for additional information over the suspended payments under SAPARD pre-accession program.
"The letter of Jean-Luc Demarty, Director of the EC Agriculture and Rural Developm
The European Commission Vice-President Franco Frattini, who hails from Italy, has decided to take a break from his job in Brussels to join his country's pre-election campaign on the side of centre-right leader Silvio Berlusconi.
The EU Commissioner for J
The European Commission has terminated the payments for Bulgaria under the SAPARD Program, which were meant for Measure 2 - improving the processing and marketing of agricultural and fish products.
The Sofia Mayor Boyko Borisov said before the Bulgarian National Television Friday morning that the European Commission had frozen the funds for Bulgaria under the SAPARD program.
The European Commission has frozen EUR 50 M of PHARE program funds because of irregularities in the executive agencies, managing their absorption.
The European Parliament has stood in silence for a minute in memory of the nine Bulgarians, who lost their lives in the hellish train fire a week ago.
The news was announced in a letter sent from Bulgaria's MEP Dushana Zdravkova to Detelina Nikolova - ma
The European Commission has decided to start a punitive procedure against Bulgaria over Kremikovtzi's missing complex permit for operation, Bulgarian eco activists from Ekoglasnost reported.
The deadline for issuing the permit was October 30, 2007 but th
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