On May 1, many countries around the world celebrate International Labor Day and Workers' Solidarity.
The beginning was made on May 1, 1886 in the US when unions conduct unofficial national strike, which involved over 300,000 workers across the country demanding the introduction of an official eight-hour day.
"We are also lifting measures for competitive sports. This will primarily apply to individual sports and under specific security conditions also to collective sports. Competitions in individual sports will also be allowed, but without spectators," the minister told commercial broadcaster POP TV on Wednesday, adding she hoped competitions would be broadcast live.
In March 2020, the trips of Bulgarian citizens abroad and visits of foreigners to Bulgaria registered a decline due to the suspension of international flights and the closure of the land borders because of the worldwide spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, the National Statistical Institute said in a press release.
Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou held a telephone conversation Tuesday with her Austrian counterpart Alexander Van der Bellen on the need for Europe-wide coordination to minimize the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
More specifically, talks between the two leaders of state focused on the repercussions of the pandemic on tourism and the economy.
In 2019, 13 800 asylum seekers applying for international protection in the 27 Member States of the European Union (EU) were considered to be unaccompanied minors, nearly 20% fewer than in 2018 (16 800), continuing the downward trend that started after the peak year 2015 (92 000). In 2019, at the EU level, unaccompanied minors accounted for 7% of all asylum applicants aged less than 18.
Another Romanian citizen infected with the novel coronavirus has died abroad, bringing the COVID-19 death toll of Romanians abroad to 74, the Strategic Communication Group (GCS), the official coronavirus communication task force, reported on Sunday.