Thousands dance quadrille to mark end of school year

Around 6,000 students danced the quadrille, a traditional prom dance, in 20 Slovenian towns at noon on 19 May, in what has become a popular way to mark the end of school for final-year secondary school students.

Roughly 2,500 students danced in the capital of Ljubljana and around 1,000 in Maribor, the country's second largest city.

Slovakia to Get ‘Expert’ Government But Return to Populism Looms

The departed but mostly unlamented coalition government, the first version of which was pieced together in February 2020 by four parties in a push to unseat Fico's Smer party following eight years of increasing authoritarianism and corruption, certainly wasn't helped by circumstances.

EC: Bulgaria will have to Comply with the Istanbul Convention, even if it has Not Ratified it

Bulgaria will have to comply with the Istanbul Convention, even if it has not ratified it, if it is approved by the EU Council, according to the European Commission.

The European Parliament is expected to approve its ratification at its plenary session in Strasbourg on Wednesday.

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.