Over 240 dancers from 20 countries compete to join Iasi Opera House team

The Iasi National Opera House organised lately several staffing contests, and the Ballet Department has drawn the toughest competition as over 240 dancers from 20 countries applied to join. "The toughest competition is at the Ballet Department that will hold an assessment and selection audition for in-house collaborating dancers for the 2021-2022 season.

Slovenia ranks 9th in Agenda 2030 implementation

Ljubljana – Slovenia ranks 9th among 165 countries in the implementation of the Agenda 2030 sustainable development goals, according to a report complied by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network under the wings of the UN, and the Bertelsmann Stiftung foundation and the Cambridge University Press. Last year, it ranked 12th.

Wales coach Robert Page hints at different 'personnel' for Turkey

Wales coach Robert Page said he could make alterations for his side's second Euro 2020 Group A match against Turkey in Baku.

Page's men, who reached the tournament's semifinals five years ago, opened their campaign with a 1-1 draw against Switzerland on June 12.

"I was pleased with the performance but it doesn't mean it will be the same personnel," he said.

How to Prepare for Vacation in Bulgaria?

Have you planned a trip to Bulgaria in the near future? If so, there is no time like now to start preparing. This is especially true for first-time visitors. Being fully prepared will ensure you and your companions have the best vacation experience of all time. In 2019, Bulgarian statisticians reported a population of 6.98 million, following Romania (19.4 million) and Hungary (9.8 million).

Reynders again calls on Slovenia to name European prosecutors

Luxembourg – European Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders has reiterated his call for Slovenia to appoint European delegated prosecutors for the European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO) as soon as possible. He hopes that he could soon discuss the issue with the new Slovenian justice minister.

Improving cyber security a priority of Slovenia’s EU presidency

Ljubljana – Improving cybersecurity across the EU will be one of the priorities of Slovenia’s EU presidency during its six-month stint in the second half of the year. Uroš Svete, head of the country’s Information Security Administration, says Slovenia will strive to improve the exchange of information among member states and boost security culture.

Eurostat: Bulgaria’s Infant Mortality Rate Third-Highest in EU

Bulgaria had the third-highest infant mortality rate in the European Union in 2019, according to figures released on June 4 by EU statistics agency Eurostat.

The infant mortality rate is defined as the ratio of the number of deaths of children under one year of age to the number of live births in the reference year; the value is expressed per 1000 live births.

Reynders urges Slovenia to fulfil its obligations regarding delegated prosecutors

Luxembourg – The European Commission is in contact with the Slovenian authorities for Slovenia to fulfil its obligations regarding the appointment of its European delegated prosecutors as soon as possible, European Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders said on Tuesday.