The European Anti-Fraud Office, OLAF, has launched an investigation into allegations that EUR 50,000 in rural development funding was due to be paid for opening and running a Facebook page and a Twitter account in Bulgaria.
According to EurActiv, OLAF officials said the investigation related to "allegations concerning possible irregularities in the framework of EU subventions of the rural development programme in Bulgaria, supported by European Agricultural Rural Development Fund [EARDF] funding."
"This investigation is ongoing but, at this stage, no conclusions can be drawn," OLAF spokesman Pavel Borkovec said, as cited by EurActiv....
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