News in the category "European Community"

Bulgaria is Third in the EU in terms of Growth of Pizza Prices

Pizza, European Union
08.02.2023 / 18:10

On the occasion of International Pizza Day, celebrated on February 9, the European statistical office "Eurostat" presented synthesized data on the increase in the price of the food loved by millions of Europeans, BTA reported.The data shows that in December 2022, the price of pizza or...

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New access rules to Parliament’s parking in Brussels

European Parliament
06.02.2023 / 19:53

A new application will allow journalists to reserve their parking space more easily.In accordance with environmental requirements for the optimal use of spaces in Parliament’s parking lot, from now on access for all external users (including journalists) will be managed by a new app...

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EYE2023: register for the European Youth Event

Participants at the EYE in 2021 © European Union 2021 - EP - Dysturb/Chauvin Guillaume
06.02.2023 / 18:38

Join us at Parliament’s EYE2023 youth event in Strasbourg and share your ideas on the future of Europe! Register until 24 February.On 9-10 June, thousands of people aged 16 to 30 from across the EU will take over the European Parliament in Strasbourg for the <a...

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European Commission: The Imposition of Additional Conditions for Schengen on Bulgaria is Unfair

Vice president of the European Commission Maros Sefcovic
06.02.2023 / 18:28

“Placing additional conditions before Bulgaria's entry into Schengen is unfair to the efforts made by the two countries.” This was stated by the vice president of the European Commission, Maros Sefcovic, on Monday, when asked if the commission is writing the report that the Netherlands wants in...

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Derogation from EU sanctions allows Bulgaria to export Russian fuel to Ukraine

Cargo ship
05.02.2023 / 12:23

The EU ban on exports of Russian oil products processed in Bulgaria comes into force today. Although the country has a derogation and can import Russian oil by sea and pipeline until the end of 2024, it is not allowed to sell the resulting oil products to buyers within the EU or to third...

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Europe works on tenth package of sanctions against Russia

Ursula von der Leyen and Volodymyr Zelensky
03.02.2023 / 11:06

The European Union plans to impose new sanctions on Russia on the occasion of the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Ursula von der Leyen announced after a meeting with Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv. The President of the European Commission arrived yesterday in the Ukrainian capital...

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Parliament lifts immunity of MEPs Cozzolino and Tarabella

European Parliament
02.02.2023 / 21:13

MEPs on Thursday backed the decision to waive the immunities of Andrea Cozzolino and Marc Tarabella, following requests by the Belgian authorities.Endorsing a proposal adopted by the Legal Affairs Committee on Tuesday, MEPs decided today to lift the immunity of Andrea Cozzolino (NA, IT) and Marc...

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MEPs say work on Ukraine’s EU future must start now

MEPs see Ukraine as a future member of the European Union © European Union 2023 – EP
02.02.2023 / 20:50

Ahead of the EU-Ukraine summit, MEPs reaffirm their commitment to Ukraine’s EU membership, reiterating the need for a merit-based accession process.On Thursday, Parliament adopted a resolution detailing its expectations for the upcoming summit between EU and Ukrainian political leaders in Kyiv...

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MEPs vote for tougher rules on political advertising

European Parliament
02.02.2023 / 20:39

Plenary on Thursday backed numerous changes to proposed political advertising rules to make elections and referenda more transparent and resistant to interference.With 433 votes in favour, 61 against and 110 abstentions, the House expressed its support for the negotiating position proposed by the...

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Digital workers: MEPs ready for talks on new law to improve working conditions

Parliament ready to negotiate improvements in working conditions of platform workers with member states
02.02.2023 / 20:06

On Thursday, Parliament approved the decision to start negotiations on new measures to improve conditions for workers on digital labour platforms.376 MEPs voted in favour of the mandate for talks with member states, 212 voted against and 15 abstained. Negotiations on the <a...

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