Bulgaria Has Reduced Its CO2 Emissions At The End Of 2023

In a groundbreaking stride towards environmental sustainability, Bulgaria has emerged as a shining star in the European Union's battle against climate change. According to recent data released by the statistical office Eurostat on Wednesday, Bulgaria has achieved a remarkable 18.6% reduction in its greenhouse gas emissions during the third quarter of 2023.

Eurostat: Greece ranks third in number of radio stations in EU

Greece has the third highest number of radio stations in the EU, after Spain and Italy, data from the EU's statistical arm Eurostat has shown.

According to the figures, released to mark World Radio Day, Spain, with 714 stations, Italy (679), Greece (599), France (343) and Portugal (299) held the top five spots in 2022 in terms of the number of radio stations.

Card payments boost budget revenues

The value of transactions with plastic money reached 62 billion euros in 2023, recording an increase of 15% compared to 2022, a rate that is expected to be maintained this year with a marginal slowdown, according to estimates by Mastercard, assessing the positive macroeconomic environment and, in particular, the universal mandatory introduction of point of sale devices (POS) in 35 new professio

EU Launches Legal Action Against Bulgaria Over Three Infringement Cases!

The European Commission has initiated legal proceedings against Bulgaria, unveiling three infringement procedures aimed at addressing key issues within the country's governance. According to reports from BTA, the Commission's actions target various aspects of Bulgaria's compliance with EU regulations.

Grain corridor should be revived, Turkish top diplomat says

Türkiye has underscored the importance of the resurrection of the grain corridor through the Black Sea so that Russian and Ukrainian food products can be safely and uninterruptedly transported to the world markets ahead of next week's visit by Russian President Vladimir Putin to Türkiye.