Bulgarian President Rumen Radev and European Commission Executive Vice-President Frans Timmermans discussed the implementation of Bulgaria's Recovery and Resilience Plan in energy crisis conditions and the just transition to a green economy in a telephone..
European Commission Executive Vice-President Frans Timmermans stated, in an interview for the BNR, that the EC would get to work on Bulgaria’s Recovery and Resilience Plan but declined to say whether it was possible for the first advance payment to..
The first real step on the road to Bulgaria's green transition is the National Plan for Recovery and Sustainability, said Prime Minister Stefan Yanev at the forum "Green Transition - Solutions and Challenges for Bulgaria", which is also attended by..
The Bulgarian economy is highly energy intensive and dependent on coal. That is why the transition to green energy should be smooth for the regions and the population, Prime Minister Stefan Yanev told a forum in Sofia on the green transition. "Both..
I cannot say whether the date 2040 is good for the closure of the Bulgarian coal-fired power plants until we get acquainted with the country's Recovery Plan . The European Commission has nothing against nuclear energy, but it is more expensive...
The European Commission’s Executive Vice-President Frans Timmermans, who is in charge of the European Green Deal, is arriving on a visit to Bulgaria today. He is to hold a meeting with Prime Minister Stefan Yanev. According to unofficial..
The use of natural gas must be an “intermediary step” towards the creation of a carbon neutral economy, something that is especially true of Bulgaria, European Commission Executive Vice-President Frans Timmermans said in answer to a question from the..
Bulgaria will receive EUR 2.693 billion from the Just Transition Fund. It became clear from the proposal of the European Commission and the European Investment Bank for a public loan in support of green investments. European Commission’s Executive..
Prime Minister Boyko Borissov met with Frans Timmermans, First Vice-President of the European Commission, before the European Council meeting in Brussels. After their meeting PM Borissov said that Frans Timmermans had encouraged him, stating that the..
Prime Minister Boyko Borissov and Vice-President of the European Commission Frans Timmermans discussed, at a meeting in Sofia, the European perspective of the countries of the Western Balkans. The two agreed that stability in the region..