Bulgaria Gets Major EU Funds Boost – Deputy PM

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Bulgaria: Bulgaria Gets Major EU Funds Boost – Deputy PM Deputy PM Zinaida Zlatanova. Photo by BGNES.

Bulgaria will get over EUR 15.697B EU boost in the next seven years, Deputy Prime Minister Zinaida Zlatanova announced at a press conference, Wednesday.

The press conference was attended by young students, as well, within the 'Manager for a Day' initiative, Bulgarian News Agency reports.

The seven operational programs will receive EUR 7.422B, Zlatanova said. The Connecting Europe Facility will get EUR 406M, some EUR 165M will be allocated to the European territorial cooperation. The Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived will receive EUR 104M, and the Common Agricultural and Fisheries Policy will get over EUR 7.6B.

The Partnership agreement will be officially sent by end-March.

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#4
Optimistic - 12 Mar 2014 // 22:48:38

Lots of lovely money for Bulgaria, crack open the wine bottles and celebrate.

#3
John Doe - 12 Mar 2014 // 20:14:34

Dixi
P.S you forgot to include the goons from former DC

#2
P. Valev - 12 Mar 2014 // 18:19:22

Totally agree with Philippe.
Bulgaria main and only problem is that the government people in charge (not all) and the main business players (ex communists/mafia) are most incompetent probably in the whole world . No forward thinking at all, its all me me and me again.

#1
Philippe - 12 Mar 2014 // 17:14:51

Wishful thinking. From the 13 Billion that BG could have got in the period 2007 - 2013, 80% was never absorbed because of fraud and incompetence. Nothing has changed. Last week I received 3 inflated price offers for an investment, and it turned out that the 3 companies belonged to one and the same owner who bribed my technical manager. (who lost his job). How can Mrs. Zlatanova control all this? Why should the EU pay for Bulgaria's failing productivity and competence?