Bulgaria will receive 9.77 Million Euros in compensation from Brussels due to the Ukrainian Grain Imports

Bulgarian grain producers will receive additional aid from the European Commission in the amount of 9.77 million euros.

This was reported by Bulgarian media ClubZ.

The money is compensation for the damages suffered due to the import of Ukrainian grain.

The money is from the second aid package, amounting to a total of 100 million euros.

Bulgaria and 4 EU Countries have agreed with the EC on the Ukrainian Agricultural Size

The Executive Vice-President of the European Commission, Valdis Dombrovskis, announced that an agreement had been reached with Bulgaria, Poland, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia on the import of certain Ukrainian foods, which the five member countries had vetoed.

Austria will continue to Block Bulgaria and Romania for Schengen until it sees a Drop in Asylum Seekers

Austria will maintain its veto on Schengen expansion, which it imposed on Bulgaria and Romania, until it sees a "sustained decline" in the number of asylum seekers, said Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg in an interview cited by Politico.

Bulgaria concluded a Memorandum of Cooperation with Gas Transmission Operators from 4 Countries

On the initiative of Bulgaria, a contract was signed today in Sofia between the operator of the gas transmission system "Bulgartransgaz", as well as the relevant companies in Romania ("Transgaz"), Hungary (FGSZ), Slovakia ("Eustream"), as well as the state oil company of the Republic Azerbaijan ("SOCAR")

Azerbaijan plans to Double Gas Supplies to Europe by 2027

Azerbaijan plans to double natural gas supplies to Europe by 2027, said the President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev in Sofia. He is a special guest at the signing ceremony of a memorandum on the Solidarity Ring initiative, which aims to increase the security of natural gas supplies to the European Union. The event is hosted by President Rumen Radev.

Vučić on reception of the so-called Kosovo in the Council of Europe: It was expected

"As for the Council of Europe, we knew they had a majority, they had 33 countries, and we expected 34. We knew from the beginning. These are countries that are members of the EU or candidates and unquestioningly listen to what Brussels and Washington tell them, that was expected ", the president stated.