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Following news reports that EC was taking legal action against six member states, including Bulgaria, for failing to provide information about greenhouse emissions, the country has decided to act quickly.
The Council of Ministers will accept the second p
Bulgaria's GERB party, running second in the polls before the European Parliament elections, took a stand on Friday against Turkey's bid to be accepted into the EU.
Speaking to supporters at the opening of the party's headquarters in Sofia, GERB unoffici
The European executive relaxed the restrictions on Bulgarian dairy products, allowing the country's producers to export goods that do not meet the bloc's stringent criteria to third-party countries, Darik News reported on Friday.
The deal, brokered by Bu
Transportation of weapons and ammunition from Bulgaria to the EU member states and the other way around will be allowed only after receiving a special permit from Bulgarian police, the parliament decided Thursday.
The government adopted several changes t
Transport and telecommunications ministers from the 27 EU member states approved Thursday the air transport agreement with the US.
The open-skies agreement will allow European airlines, for the first time, to run transatlantic flights to any American cit
Bulgaria is still being closely watched by the EU in 6 problem areas, the country's EU Affairs Minister Gergana Grancharova said before the Parliamentary Commission for EU integration.
By the end of March Bulgaria has to present a report on how well it i
Romania may drip the ferryboat taxes that it gathers from the Oryahovo-Bechet line that connects it to Bulgaria, Transport Minister Petar Mutafchiev told journalists in Brussels.
Passengers have been complaining of the high taxes for a while now and Roma
Bulgaria became Thursday a full-fledged member of the Euro Controle Route, EU's press centre informed.
The country is an observer in the organization since the beginning of 2007, when it joined the European Union.
The European Commission is taking legal action against six member states, Bulgaria among them, for failing to provide information required as part of the EU's efforts to combat climate change, the European executive said on Thursday.
Bulgaria will receiv
EU enlargement chief Olli Rehn has warned of "instability and even chaos in the Balkans" if the UN Security Council fails to agree on a solution for the controversial Kosovo issue, dpa reported.
Transport and telecommunications ministers from the 27 EU member states will meet on Thursday to discuss the progress reached on the air transport agreement with the US.
The open-skies agreement will allow European airlines, for the first time, to run tr
Most construction industry managers think Eastern Europeans work harder than their Scottish counterparts and many believe they are more skilled, according to a new survey, cited by the Herald.
Bulgaria is to receive EUR 7 B form the EU during the first seven years after the country's accession to the block, said the Head of the European Commission Representation Michael Humphreys on Wednesday.
"Bulgaria was ready to join the European family bu
Bulgaria's envoys to six countries in North Africa will open officesers for biometrical data, EU Affairs Minister Gergana Grancharova announced on Wednesday.
She announced the news upon delivering her report for her work as a deputy foreign minister for
The biggest part of Bulgarians is totally unaware of the preferential voting for MEPs on May 20, a survey of Barometer info has showed.
It was carried out among 909 Bulgarians in the period March 17-19.
French-German Arte TV has aired a series of films dedicated on Bulgaria to mark the country's EU accession.
Officials from the Central Election Committee firmly objected to the recently hatched idea that the five nurses, jailed in Libya, are nominated for MEPs in Bulgaria's first upcoming elections for European parliamentarians.
Bulgaria's financial minister conferred Tuesday with the Turkish state minister on the process of Euro-integration as Turkey is currently a candidate country to the EU.
Bulgaria and Slovenia signed an agreement setting up a framework for scientific cooperation between the two countries, Darik News reported on Tuesday.
The agreement was signed in Sofia by Bulgaria's Education Minister Daniel Valchev and his Slovenian cou
Citizens from Bulgaria's seaside city of Varna have started gathering signatures in support of nominating the five Libya-jailed Bulgarian nurses as MEP candidates.
Officials from the Central Election Commission, however, have countered them explaining th
Bulgaria is one of the five countries least liked by Germans, according to a poll by German TV network ZDF, BTA news agency reported on Monday.
Poland remains the least liked country among Germans, with 23% of the 1,235 respondents in the poll picking it
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