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Bulgarians Don't Eat-Out Much

In 2018, households in the European Union (EU) spent over €600 bn (equivalent to 3.8% of EU GDP) on 'catering services', i.e. restaurants, cafés, canteens, and the like, Eurostat reported.

Household expenditure on catering services represents 7.0% of their total consumption expenditure.

Romania lagging behind in EU in terms of households expenditure on eating-out

In 2018, Romania's households allocated only 1.9 percent of their total consumption expenditure for catering services, i.e. restaurants, cafes, bars and tea houses, the lowest percentage among the member states and three times less than the European Union average of 7 percent, according to the European Statistical Office (Eurostat) data.

EP seeks resignation of Malta prime minister due to jeopardizing murder investigation

The European Parliament has called on Malta's prime minister, Joseph Muscat, to quit immediately over his handling of the investigation into the murder of the journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, as it declared there were "serious and persistent threats" to democracy and the rule of law.

A positive epilogue of the story of 22 children from Serbia residing in Malta

The Prime Minister of Malta held an urgent meeting this morning with the ministers involved in resolving the issue and an exemption decision was made, RTS has learned. This means that 22 children of Serbian citizens will receive residence permits and stay in Malta.

"I am appalled"

After that meeting, she said she was dismayed at the treatment of 22 Serbian children.
The former president of Malta expressed support for parents during a meeting last night and suggested they seek legal aid, RTS reported.
She emphasized that the Agency dealing with the issuance of residence permits violates numerous by-laws.

Bulgaria Appreciates and Supports the Contribution of the Sovereign Order of Malta to Upholding the Values of Humanism and Solidarity around the World

Bulgaria appreciates the contribution of the Sovereign Military Hospital Order of St. John of Jerusalem Rhodes and Malta in support of the most needy and vulnerable groups not only in our country but also globally. Defending human values ​​and solidarity is our common cause.

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