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PM Borissov Expects Chinese Investments in the "Green" Economy of Bulgaria

,,Bulgaria highly values ​​relations with the People's Republic of China. We hope for the 70th anniversary of the establishment of our diplomatic relations this year to achieve significant results in practical cooperation and to raise our relationship to a new, higher level. "

PM Boyko Borissov Held a Meeting with a Delegation from China

"Bulgaria highly values ​​relations with the People's Republic of China. We hope for the 70th anniversary of the establishment of our diplomatic relations this year we will achieve significant results in practical cooperation and to raise our relationship to a new, higher level. " This was stated by Prime Minister Boyko Borissov during his meeting with Mr.

Chinese PM welcomes Vucic speaking Serbian /VIDEO

"Welcome," Li told the Vucic, speaking in Serbian, as they shook hands in front of the flags of Serbia and China.

This is the fourth meeting between the two.

In the evening, Li will hosts a reception for the presidents of Serbia, Estonia, Latvia, and the prome minister of Samoa, who all attended the opening of the "Summer Davos" in Tianjin.

China eyes petrol car ban, boosting electric vehicles

China is gearing up to ban petrol and diesel cars, a move that would boost electric vehicles and shake up the world's biggest car market in a country that is plagued by pollution.

The plan would follow decisions by France and Britain to outlaw the sale of such cars and vans from 2040 to clamp down on harmful emissions.

Smog in northern China shuts roads, causes canceled flights

Heavy smog in northern China yesterday caused hundreds of flights to be cancelled and highways to shut, disrupting the first day of the new year holiday. 

Large parts of the north were hit by hazardous smog in mid-December, leading authorities to order hundreds of factories to close and to restrict motorists to cut emissions. 

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