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An interview of Novinite with Kosovo's Foreign Minister Deputy Prime Minister Hashim Thaci following the anniversary of Kosovo's independence which was proclaimed in 2008.
We will base our strategy on an analysis of the process of drawing investment in the past ten years, the government promotioon agency's new CEO Stamen Yanev has told Novinite.
The ambassadors of seven EU member states issued a joint statement on Tuesday, calling on the Bulgarian government to implement the judicial reforms it had set out to achieve.
Doctor Abuasi commenting on the eminent terrorist threats in Europe and the actions of Islamic State.
European Commission Vice President for Budget and Human Resources, has been nominated in the "Politics" category of Novinite's 2014 Personalities in the News poll.
There are at least two perspectives, from which one can consider the potential risks to the Ukraine ceasefire agreement and seek guarantees for its implementation, according to the CEO of Sofia-based NGO Economics and International Relations Institute (EI
Bulgaria and Spain have ample opportunities for collaboration according to Spanish Ambassador.
Economics Professor Steve Hanke praised China’s recent move to lower its reserve requirements and predicted further troubles for Greek banks unless recapitalised.
Bulgaria's Atlantic Club Chairman Solomon Passy has reiterated that, though no-one wants a military conflict with Russia, the country has to be restrained in its "aggression".
It will take three or four year for Bulgaria to return to the progress it had on the path to Eurozone accession in 2012, Simeon Djankov, the country's Finance Minister at the time, has said.
Strangely enough for many observers, the leftist SYRIZA party and its leader, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, did not stop surprising its European partners after ascending to power in Greece.
Commemorating the Holocaust victims, Turkey is calling on the international community to participate in the efforts to increase awareness of the Holocaust so that such a tragedy never occurs in the future.
Greece’s new Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his radical leftist SYRIZA party rose to power largely thanks to pledges to renegotiate the country’s debt and put an end to the austerity measures demanded by its creditors in exchange for bailout aid.
"It's difficult in times like these: ideals, dreams and cherished hopes rise within us, only to be crushed by grim reality.
Five main developments could follow SYRIZA's landslide victory in the early elections on Sunday, according to political scientist Cas Mudde, who has been studying radical political parties for years.
Novinite has asked Milka Stefanova, a Bulgarian woman living in Greece, for her point of view on the snap poll that is being held on the country on January 25.
It would have been better if a broader discussion had taken place on the potential replacing of Ukraine by Turkey as a transit country for Russian gas supplies to Europe, the EU energy chief has opined.
Economists and financial experts in Bulgaria have described the country's decision to renew Eurozone negotiations as rather a step in the right direction.
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