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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.
The European Commission will release today the monitoring report on Bulgaria under the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism.
The monitoring report on the progress of Bulgaria and Romania in the fight against corruption and judicial reform will be presented today in Strasbourg.
It has been circulated to all relevant institutions, Prime Minister Borissov said.
In the days remaining until the end of the week, tensions and opposition between protesters and law enforcement officials in the Spanish Autonomous Region of Catalonia and its capital Barcelona are expected to increase.
Northwestern Bulgaria is among the 10 most uncompetitive regions in the EU.
Commissioner Maria Gabriel is launching a project to build a Center for Excellence in Big Data, according to the European Commission press center.
Greece, Cyprus and Bulgaria have decided to launch a joint initiative for migrants in the Eastern Mediterranean, the Greek Ministry of Citizens Protection announced in a press release.
Mariya Gabriel has received the unanimous approval of the committees of culture, education and industry, research and energy in the European Parliament.
Bulgarian Commissioner and candidate for second term Mariya Gabriel answered more than 50 questions during a hearing at the European Parliament in Brussels.
Commissioner Mariya Gabriel will be heard today by the European Parliament as a candidate for a second term.
EU Commissioner Mariya Gabriel, nominated by Bulgaria for a new term, will be heard today in two committees of the European Parliament.
We reaffirm our strong support for a credible perspective on the accession of the Western Balkan countries and their future in the EU.
,,Kristalina Georgieva has a long and successful track record at the IMF and the World Bank.
Deputies from the Transport Commission will decide whether to start tripartite negotiations with the Council of Ministers and the European Commission on the adoption of the document.
In Thessaloniki, the situation is already normalized.
EU Transport Ministers Council meets in Brussels today.
In the new European Commission, Bulgarian Maria Gabriel will create new perspectives for new generations with a portfolio of innovation and youth.
Bulgarian Commissioner opens the fourth edition of the Digital Life and Design Conference in Brussels.
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