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Spain will support 1 January 2007 as date for accession of Bulgaria and Romania, regardless of the anticipated opinion of the Council of the EU.
Alberto Navarro, Secretary of State for European Affairs, assured his Bulgarian colleague Meglena Kuneva that
Bulgaria's procuracy will bring indictments against key underworld figures by the beginning of next week at the latest, the country's senior prosecutor vowed in Brussels.
European Commission officials have firmly denied giving whatsoever indications on the tone of the report to assess the readiness of Bulgaria to join the EU.
Verses from the Polish Nobel laureate Czeslaw Milosz have been placed on the wall of a Sofia school on Tuesday.
Another wall in the Sofia City Art Gallery has been embellished with a poem as part of the "Wall-to-Wall Poetry" project. Under the initiative embassies "adopt" walls in downtown Sofia to decorate them with verses in their respective languages.
Verses of German poet Friedrich Schiller have decked out a front wall of the National Stadium "Vassil Levski" to line up a EU poetry project in Sofia.
Verses by Greek poet Kostantinos P. Kavafis have decked the walls of a Sofia school building as part of the Wall-to-Wall project of the European Commission.
The Wall-to-Wall Poetry project has enriched with a poem from Belgium enshrined on the walls of key public buildings in downtown Sofia.
Besides the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Sweden and the United Kingdom, Belgian verses were unveiled Wednesday to mark the
A Luxembourg poem was unveiled at the sidewall of Sofia City Art Gallery on the occasion of the signing of the EU Accession Treaty.
The event is part of the Wall-to-Wall Poetry initiative of the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Sofia, a project of the embass
UK Embassy in Sofia and the British Council joined the initiative of the Royal Netherlands Embassy to decorate the capital with poems in different languages.
The first poem in "Poetry on the Walls" project - by Dutch Jan Hanlo - marked the assuming of th
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