Bulgaria should absorb EUR 1.
Bulgaria should absorb EUR 1.
Bulgaria has granted arms and ammunition worth about BGN 6 M to Iraq as part of an international effort to back the Iraqi government in its fight against Islamic State militants.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has underscored the need for an integrated European approach to refugee issues at an informal meeting of the Arraiolos Group in Braga, Portugal.
The European Commission is providing EUR 165 M under a new scheme to help fruit and vegetable producers hurt by the Russian ban on EU agricultural imports.
Bulgarian attar of roses gets a status of protected geographical indication, said the European Commission in a press statement.
The European Banking Authority (EBA) has launched an investigation of possible breach of EU law in Bulgaria, in connection to the situation with the troubled Corporate Commercial Bank (KTB), said the authority in a press statement.
The European Commission (EC) said on Thursday it is opening infringement proceedings against Bulgaria for its failure to allow clients of troubled Corpbank (KTB) access to their money.
Caretaker Justice Minister Hristo Ivanov has warned about the risk of Bulgaria being treated separately from Romania in the EC monitoring in the sphere of justice and home affairs.
Bulgaria’s caretaker government has adopted a draft of Operational Program "Human Resources Development" 2014-2020.
Bulgaria expects to receive EUR 71 M in EU grants for financing projects for cross-border cooperation with Serbia, Macedonia and Turkey for the period 2014-2020.
A new EUR 10 banknoteof the Europa series will enter into circulation on 23 September 2014, according to a media statement of the European Central Bank (ECB).
Bulgaria’s EU Funds Management Coordination Council has proposed a budget of EUR 113.
Bulgaria's interim Deputy Prime Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva has announced the Finance Ministry is negotiating on a new loan from the European Investment Bank.
Kristalina Georgieva, the nominee to become EU Commission Vice President for Budget and Human Resources, will be questioned at the European Parliament on October 2, the EP press office has announced.
Bulgaria’s caretaker government has adopted a decision on cross-border cooperation under three programs in the 2014-2020 programming period.
Bulgaria on Wednesday welcomed the ratification of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement which it expects will help Kiev build strong political and economic ties with the bloc.
Three committees at the European Parliament are to take part in the interrogation of Kristalina Georgieva in end-September.
Bulgarian socialist MEP Momchil Nekov has called on the European Commission to pay more attention to the situation in Bulgaria.
Russia's ban on foods and agricultural products from the EU will be put forward for discussion at the European Parliament's Strasbourg session kicking off Monday.
Bulgaria will be the biggest net recipient of EU funding in the next seven years, incoming EU Commission Vice President for Budget and Human Resources Kristalina Georgieva said.
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