ForMin Melescanu talks in Brussels about need to continue reforms in EaP states

Foreign Affairs Minister Teodor Melescanu attended on Monday the ministerial meeting of the Eastern Partnership (EaP), alongside his counterparts of the EU member states and partner states (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine), where he talked about the need to continue the reforms in the countries which are part of this partnership.

Bulgarian PM Borisov: On May 20 will Start the Construction of the Interconnector with Greece

By May 20th will happen the first sod of the construction where the interconnector with Greece will be made. This was announced by Prime Minister Boyko Borisov in Rousse. He was in the Danube town to get acquainted with the new investment of a German automotive locking plant that opened a new production base.

President Iohannis to attend in Brussels meeting with representatives of Eastern Partnership states

President Klaus Iohannis will attend in Brussels a meeting with representatives of the states within the Eastern Partnership, going to speak out for the strengthening and consolidation of this initiative, a Presidential Administration release informed.

Erik Rubin: Bulgaria will Get the most Advanced Aircraft at the best Possible Price

Bulgaria will receive the most advanced combat aircraft at the best possible price. This is what US Ambassador Eric Rubin said on the occasion of Bulgaria's desire to buy the F-16. Rubin participated in the conference "Bulgarian Politics in the Euro-Atlantic Reality".

Roglič wins second Tour de Romandie title

With three stage wins, one second and one third stage spots, the 29-year-old member of the Jumbo-Visma team also won the green jersey in the points classification.

Overall, he finished the race 49 seconds ahead of Portuguese rider Rui Costa, and 1:12 minutes ahead of last year's Tour de France winner, Geraint Thomas of Wales.

TAP gas pipeline crosses Albanian rocky mountains

The Trans-Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) has crossed the rocky mountains of Albania, putting it on track to start delivering gas to Europe next year.
Stretching for 878 km (546 miles) from Turkey's border across Greece, Albania's mountains, and the Adriatic Sea to Italy, TAP is a cornerstone of the European Union's energy security policy to wean the bloc off Russian gas.