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The European Investment Bank (EIB), funded by the European Investment Advisory Hub (EIAH), will provide support to the Municipality of Burgas, Bulgaria, to facilitate project preparation for the construction of the first children's hospital in the country
The Commission is launching today the first call for proposals under the Innovation Fund , one of the world's largest programmes for the demonstration of innovative low-carbon technologies, financed by revenues from the auction of emission allowances from
Bulgaria will apply for a EUR 500 million loan to maintain employment.
The Council today adopted a recommendation on the gradual lifting of the temporary restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU.
Mandatory PCR test for Bulgarians introduces Cyprus on Monday, June 29.
The European Commission confirmed that a new notification on the part of Bulgaria is needed if it wants to resume the construction of Belene nuclear power plant.
The European Commission said on June 25 it has approved the reallocation of € 20 million from the funds not used by Bulgaria for cohesion policy to the sector of healthcare.
MEPs ask for more support for tourism SMEs on the verge of bankruptcy
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, with backup from France and the European Central Bank, warned the rest of the European Union’s leadership that they will be jeopardizing the bloc’s economic recovery and risking a market rout if they fail to complete negot
Bulgaria is one step closer to the idea of becoming a European training center in the area of disasters, accidents and catastrophes.
Bulgaria has the second highest death rate in the European Union after Romania in terms of road traffic fatalities.
The European Commission has presented a report on the progress of non-Eurozone countries towards the adoption of the euro.
The Transport Committee of the European Parliament on June 8 rejected the amendments to the Mobility package, introduced after its first reading, among which was the proposal of the Bulgarian MEPs to drop the return of lorries and drivers in the country.
Bulgaria is one of the three EU countries that have not yet established by law criteria for updating minimum wages.
Italy and Spain will be the main beneficiaries from a 750 billion-euro ($826 billion), jointly financed fiscal stimulus package debated among European Union governments, according to estimates by the bloc’s executive seen by Bloomberg.
The closure of national borders has helped limit the spread of the novel coronavirus, but it’s also dealt a devastating blow to tourism, travel and trade.
The Vice President of the European Commission, responsible for the economy in the interest of the people, Valdis Dombrovskis praised Bulgaria as the only country that meets the criterion for the EU budget deficit, BGNES reported.
Bulgaria marks the Europe Day on May 9.
The European Fund for Strategic Investments will provide financial assistance of BGN 10 million for 320 micro-enterprises in Bulgaria, announced the European Commission.
The European Parliament has adopted, by a large majority, a resolution in support of the opening of negotiations with Northern Macedonia and Albania for EU accession.
The European Commission will cease monitoring of the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism, but formally the decision will have to be consulted with the Council and the European Parliament.
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