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Hungary Increases its Share in the Paid-in Capital of the International Investment Bank (IIB)

The Government of Hungary increased its share in the paid-in capital of International Investment Bank (IIB) contributing an amount of 10 million euro on January 15, 2020. This continues a new round of capitalisation of the Bank.

Sofia Inspectorate Carries Out Inspections of Sources of Air Pollution

Teams of the Sofia Inspectorate are carrying out inspections of sources of air pollution with particulate matter from construction sites, auto repair shops, tyre fitting centres, waste-buying sites, furniture manufacturers, as well as outdoor waste burning, said the Sofia Municipality press office.

Art exhibit by 12-year-old ‘young Pollock’ opens in NY

Cynics who view pricey abstract art and scoff "a kid probably painted that" are finally right.

At just 12 years old, Xeo Chu is setting sales records with his colorful, abstract paintings, which are selling for more than $150,000 and are being compared to works by reknown American artist Jackson Pollock.

Bulgaria is Ready to Accept more Vietnamese Students and Post-Graduate Students

Bulgaria is ready to accept more Vietnamese students and post-graduate students. Our higher education is well known in your country for its quality, many Vietnamese citizens have received Bulgarian diplomas and now hold important positions in public administration and business.

Bulgaria and Thailand Agreed on Visa-Free Travel with Diplomatic and Service Passports

The Republic of Bulgaria would like to reintensify its relations with the Kingdom of Thailand, said Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva after signing a visa-free agreement for holders of diplomatic and service passports on both sides with his Thai counterpart Don Pramudwinai in Madrid yesterday.
 

ForMin Aurescu, meeting Vietnamese counterpart: Romania supports development of EU - Vietnam relations

Romania supports the development o the EU - Vietnam relations, recently consolidated by signing the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) and the Investment Protection Agreement (IPA), Romanian Foreign Affairs Minister Bogdan Aurescu reiterated during a meeting with his counterpart from the Socialist Republic of Vietnam Pham Binh Minh.

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