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Bulgaria's hard-line right-wingers called on the government to take a clear stand for suspending EU talks with Turkey.
"The European Union made a huge compromise by starting talks with Turkey," Ivan Kostov, leader of Democrats for Strong Bulgaria, told j
EU foreign ministers will discuss in Brussels the recommendation of the EU Commission to partially suspend Turkey's negotiations for failing to normalise trade with Cyprus.
At the end of November EU Commission officials proposed to freeze eight of the 35
Former prime minister and diehard rightist leader Ivan Kostov said he does not plan to run for a MEP seat next May.
While on a visit to Russe, Kostov opined it is not appropriate for active politicians to participate in the polls, set to take place next
Nine Bulgarians whose professional career has been closely linked to the country's accession to the European Union are featured in a specialised newspaper.
"2007 - Bulgaria - Yes!" has seen so far two editions under the Communication Strategy of Bulgaria
The British government has acknowledged that restrictions on Romanians and Bulgarians working in Britain could be "too draconian" and may have to be eased within 12 months, The Independent reported.
Bulgaria's former President Petar Stoyanov will probably lead the ticket of his party at the first elections for MEPs in the country to be held next May.
The Union of Democratic Forces (UDF) will reap adequate electoral support to have "a solid presentat
Photographs of EU Industry Commissioner Guenter Verheugen, who is also one of Barroso's deputies, bathing nude with his female cabinet director may go out for print.
German Focus magazine confirmed Thursday it has the scandalous photos but said it was st
BBC undercover reporter Shahida Tulaganova managed to obtain 20 forged passports from various EU states within months and nearly paid with her life when the professional adventure took her to Bulgaria.
Turkey is ready to open one port and one airport to Cyprus for a period of one year to resolve a trade row with the European Union, Turkey's NTV news channel reported from Brussels.
The European Commission is studying the move, which, if confirmed, was "
Moscow believes the problem with meat imports from Bulgaria and Romania is "just technical" and will be resolved soon. After meting with his Bulgarian counterpart Ivaylo Kalfin on Russian soil, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told journalists Moscow wants
The leaders of Bulgaria's ruling coalition decided to hold the country's first elections for members of the European Parliament until the middle of May, 2007.
A former UK ambassador to Bulgaria claimed in letter he was ashamed of his country for the label it put to Bulgarians and Rmanians as second-class.
The European Union's newest member states will be able to join the Schengen no-borders zone early in 2008.
According to the adopted timetable, land and maritime borders will be lifted from the end of December next year while those at airports will be clo
European companies, including from their newly acceding colleagues from Bulgaria, have shown greater confidence for the year ahead, and expect growth for all major economic indicators.
Finland has become the 16th member of the bloc to ratify the EU constitution after the parliament voted Tuesday the key charter.
The current holder of the European Union presidency has thus become the first EU member state to unblock the process of its r
The British government will be ready with the specific rules applicable to Romanian and Bulgarian workers by the end of this year.
While visiting the southern Bulgarian town of Kurdzhali, UK Ambassador Jeremy Hill announced the recruitment of workforce f
The German government has unveiled the official logo for its coming six-month presidency of the EU starting in January.
The logo displays the web address of the German presidency eu2007.
Bulgaria's parliamentary speaker Georgi Pirinski will join a parliamentary meeting on the Future of Europe in Brussels, jointly organised by the European Parliament and the Finnish Parliament.
Bulgaria may have to return lots of the money received from the EU funds due to the lack of prepared professionals, ethnic Turks leader Ahmed Dogan said.
Austrian MEPs from the European People's Party have stated that they approve of Bulgaria's EU Accession, now that there is no doubt that Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant Units 3&4 will be closed before January 1, 2007.
Foreign Affairs Spokesman Hurbert Pirke
The amount of money Bulgaria will receive as aid from the European Commission to compensate the closure of Units 1 to 4 of the Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant is half the lost benefits the country will suffer, Foreign Minister Ivaylo Kalfin said.
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