Bulgaria's Minister of Defense Todor Tagarev admitted the possibility that an explosive device might have been planted on board the crashed plane in which Yevgeny Prigozhin was traveling
Bulgarian Magistrates and Court Officials will be Able to Run and Manage European Projects
MEPs adopted at second reading amendments to the Fund Management Act of the European Structural and Investment Funds.
The changes allow judges, prosecutors, investigators and court officers in the judiciary authorities to participate in activities related to the implementation and / or management of European projects with a beneficiary or partner, the Supreme Judicial Council, in compliance with the rules for avoiding double financing and eligibility of costs.
The projects should be related to the implementation of the Updated Strategy for the Implementation of the Judicial Reform and the Strategy for the Introduction of e-Governance and e-Justice.
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EC is Preparing Criminal Proceedings against Bulgaria for Accessing Data from Criminal Record Certificates
The European Commission has announced that it is preparing criminal proceedings against Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, Malta, and Portugal for incorrect application of the rules on the exchange of data on criminal records and the establishment of the relevant
The European Commission has started an evaluation of the Plan for Reconstruction and Development of Bulgaria, said the spokesman of the European Commission Eric Mamer. The document was submitted to the Commission on 15 October.
58% of Bulgarians do not support the introduction of the euro as the official currency in the country. This shows a study prepared by Trend agency specifically for the financial forum NEXT DIFI 2021, organized by b2b Media for the fifth year. The data dur
Too late Bulgaria began to explain its own position towards North Macedonia, as it should have been clear to our European partners some time ago.
An SPD-led government in Germany has significant potential to sharpen international attention to the problems of corruption in Bulgaria.