Reuters Poland fell to the bottom of the list of countries hoping to join the European Union in 2004 Wednesday, despite efforts to speed up its stalled membership talks.
National Emergency Institute “Pirogov” celebrated its 50th anniversary on November 30.
Pierre Moscovici, Minister Delegate, attached to the French Minister for Foreign Affairs, with the responsibility for European Affairs will visit Bulgaria on December 5-6. He will meet Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg and President Stoyanov.
“The Ministry of Labor and Social Policy commits to granting assistance for solving problems in enterprises with collective bargaining,” Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Labor and Social Policy Lidia Shuleva, announced after a meeting with the Execut
By December 10, the Electronic Media Council will decide on the legality of the Bulgarian National Radio and Bulgarian National Television Directors’ mandates.
The lay-offs in the Bulgarian armed forces will be made in 2002 and 2003, instead of in 2004 as envisaged by Plan 2004, Defense Minister Svinarov announced. According to the minister, lay-offs delay will lead to decrease of motivation in the army.
The Sofia mayor Stefan Sofianski and Stefan Luenker, International Development Director with the German Lindner Group 1 Company, opened the biggest specialized hypermarket in Bulgaria and South East Europe Technopolis.
Minister of Finance Milen Velchev will participate in the meeting of Ministers of Finance from the Council of Ministers of the EU member-countries and G-13 (candidate member countries) in Brussels at the beginning of next week. In Brussels Velchev will me
Lawyers will judge the mandates’ legitimacy of the directors of the Bulgarian National Radio and the Bulgarian National Television. This is provided for by the amendments to the Radio and Television Act.
One hundred Bulgarian companies owe the National Security Institute a total of BGN 217 M, Nikolay Vassilev, Deputy Prime Minister and Economy Minister, announced on November 30 at the parliamentary control session. Bulgarian metallurgical plant Kremikovtz
A three-day annual conference attended by representatives of fourteen Bulgarian mason lodges began on November 30. That is the first joint forum of the Bulgarian masons since April 23 when both Grand Lodges in Bulgaria united in one.
Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg said in Parliament that the Cabinet relies on the efforts of all political parties in achieving Bulgaria?s top priorities ? EU and NATO-entry and fiscal stability in the country. Saxe-Coburg confirmed the Cabinet?s plan to finis
Cabinet approved decree in pursuance of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1373 adopted on September 28, 2001. Resolution 1373 unequivocally condemns the terrorist attacks that took place in New York, Washington, D.
Bulgaria will receive EUR 4,9 M aid for the Danube Bridge 2 construction, according to the agreement signed by Dimitris Kourkoulas, Head of Delegation of the European Commission in Sofia and Kostadin Paskalev, Minister of Regional Development. The funding
Parliament adopted at first reading the State Assistance Bill. The bill is related to the Bulgarian accession agreement with EU and in particular with the EU negotiations on the Competition Policy chapter.
Bulgaria’s membership in NATO used to be a dream, now it turns into reality, Foreign Minister Passy said in his address to the 11th annual symposium on the NATO enlargement, organized by the Greek Association for Atlantic and European Cooperation. He adde
US Ambassador to Bulgaria Richard Miles congratulated President –elect Parvanov on his election victory on behalf of the American President George Bush. Both officials met on November 30.
The requirement for excise duty stamp on packed coffee will be removed, the working group decided before discussions of the amendments to the Excise Duty Act at second reading in Parliament on November 30. The excise duty on baked bulk coffee will be BGN
Evgeny Bakurdzhiev, who was expelled from the Union of Democratic Forces implied that he sees his political future with Sofia mayor Sofianski and Petur Stoyanov, incumbent Bulgarian President whose mandate expires in January. He showed journalists two cop
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