EU to back Bulgaria's first step toward joining euro: Source

Jul 12 2018

Euro zone finance ministers are expected to give their green light on Thursday to Bulgaria’s bid to join the bloc’s banking union, a step toward the Balkan state’s adoption of the euro, EU officials said.

China says open for trade with east Europe as clash with US ramps up

Jul 07 2018

China remains open for trade with foreign partners and can only benefit from an economically strong Europe, its leader said on Saturday as he pressed for expanded ties with the continent’s eastern wing while waging a tariff war with Washington.

China's ambitions in eastern Europe to face scrutiny at summit

Jul 04 2018

China meets central and eastern European leaders on Saturday for a summit where Beijing’s promises of big infrastructure deals will come under greater scrutiny with some participants saying the annual gatherings yield little.

Bulgarian government survives no-confidence vote in parliament

Jun 29 2018

Bulgarian govt survived a parliamentary vote of no confidence brought by the opposition Socialists citing failure in combating domestic crime and a lack of progress.

Bulgaria to propose immediate closure of EU borders to migrants

Jun 22 2018

Bulgaria will propose the immediate closure of the EU’s external borders to migrants and the setting up of centres for war refugees outside its territory at the EU’s weekend mini-summit on migration.

All of EU must help migrant recipient countries: Oettinger

Jun 22 2018

All EU countries need to help southern neighbours, where most migrants are arriving, Oettinger told reporters ahead of a mini-summit on migration in Brussels

European states meet to tackle growing migration rifts

Jun 20 2018

Sunday’s talks, announced by the executive European Comm, precede a June 28-29 EU summit at which leaders will try to agree a joint migration policy.

Bulgaria government faces no-confidence vote over security

Jun 20 2018

Bulgaria’s main opposition party filed a motion of no-confidence in Borissov’s govt, saying it had failed to combat domestic crime and reform its security services.

Gazprom says loans 2.14 billion euro to TurkStream operator

Jun 04 2018

Gazprom said it would loan up to 2.14 billion euros to its subsidiary South Stream Transport BV which is overseeing the construction of TurkStream to Turkey from Russia.

Bulgaria open to Russian role in nuclear power project

May 21 2018

Bulgaria is reviving plans to develop its Belene nuclear power plant and is open to Russian participation in the project, Bulgarian President Radev said after talks with Russian PM Medvedev in Moscow.

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