The European Commission has opened an infringement procedure against Bulgaria and 22 other countries under the Copyright Directive in the common digital market. Our country has not fulfilled its obligation to inform how it has changed its laws in order..
The European Commission is referring Bulgaria to the Court of Justice of the EU for continuously failing to connect its national business register to the Business Registers Interconnection System (BRIS), BNR’s correspondent in Brussels Anguelina..
The EU ministers of economy and finance have given the “green light” to the recovery and resilience plans of 12 EU member countries. They will be able to receive grants and loans of up to 13% of the planned financing. Bulgaria and the..
The European Commission has revised its expectations for economic growth in Bulgaria this year. Brussels' summer economic forecast, published on Wednesday, there are expectations for economic growth of 4.6% in 2021 and 4.1% next year. In its spring..
The Recovery and Sustainability plan sent by Bulgaria to the European Commission is not final, but only updated, a European Commission spokesman told BNR's Horizon channel. Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister Atanas Pekanov said earlier that the plan,..
The National Association of Municipalities demanded, at a meeting with interim Prime Minister Stefan Yanev, that the national post-Covid recovery plan be submitted to the European Commission urgently. On his part PM Yanev said: “We have set..
EU Commissioner for Health and Food Safety Stella Kyriakides will arrive in Bulgaria today to discuss with President Rumen Radev and Health Minister Dr. Stoycho Katsarov current issues related to the coronavirus pandemic . Talks will focus on the..
Bulgaria should be integrated into the Schengen area according to a new European Commission strategy for “a stronger and more resilient Schengen area”, BNR’s Brussels correspondent Anguelina Piskova reports. “Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, and..
The European Commission encourages Bulgaria and North Macedonia to find a solution to the bilateral dispute as soon as possible so that the inter-governmental conference can begin which will give the start to North Macedonia’s EU accession..
“It is up to the government to decide whether to send Bulgaria’s recovery plan to the European Commission or delay it beyond 30 April. This submission is not restricted by the moratorium imposed by parliament on the work of the cabinet,” Georgy..