AGERPRES special correspondent Tudor Martalogu reports: Romanian Foreign Affairs Minister Teodor Melescanu announced on Monday that he proposed at the meeting of the Foreign Affairs Council (FAC) in Brussels the organisation of a special meeting dedicated to "a systemic approach of the hybrid war and of misinformation."
Head of the Senate's European Affairs Committee Gabriela Cretu told the meeting of the chairs of the Conference of the Parliamentary Committees for Union Affairs that there are no recipes for cohesion and convergence, and the achievement of these goals depends on national, community and global factors as well.
Romanian Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu (C) talks to Bulgarian Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva (L), and Slovakian Foreign Minister Miroslav Lajcak during an European Foreign Affairs Ministers meeting at the European Council headquarters in Brussels on Jan. 21. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)
Kosovo is on its agenda, Dacic told Prva TV.
He added that Equatorial Guinea would be chairing the session, expected to take place on February 7.
The foreign minister said that EU High Representative Federica Mogherini's view was that any solution for Kosovo had to be presented to the Security Council.
Bulgaria ranks 7th in the EU when scale of investments through the Juncker Plan is concerned, according to the Bulgarian National Radio.
The country has been doing a good job. There is no room for worry, as the projects financed so far would be further supported by Brussels.
This is what European Commission Vice-President Jyrki Katainen told BTA.
Athens needs to implement the reforms it has committed itself to and act wisely concerning the social policy measures it has planned, according to the message European Commissioner for Economic Affairs Pierre Moscovici conveyed on Wednesday to Athens, practically confirming that Brussels is monitoring the handout talk and the delays in the prior actions required for the second post-program asse
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will meet with European Commissioner for Economic Affairs Pierre Moscovici at 2.45 p.m. at Maximos Mansion, his office said.
Moscovici is expected to convey to Athens the growing concern in Brussels, as Greece's creditors see no progress in the implementation of the country's post-bailout commitments.
President Klaus Iohannis said on Wednesday that the British government must clarify its position after the landslide defeat in the UK Parliament of the Brexit agreement negotiated by Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May.
Iohannis considers that the decision of the British Parliament is regrettable.