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Austrian Chancellor Nehammer before his Visit: Austria won't Let Bulgaria into Schengen
There is no change in Austria's position on Bulgaria's accession to Schengen, the Austrian Chancellor announced before his visit to Bulgaria.
Karl Nehammer and Minister of the Interior Gerhard Karner arrive in Bulgaria today. They have a meeting with President Rumen Radev, with whom they will visit the Bulgarian-Turkish border together.
Bulgarian Security Services: Up to 10,000 Euros per Person are the Migrant Trafficking Rates
Large-Scale Police Operation against Illegal Migration is Underway in Bulgaria
International gang trafficking anabolics had Greek branch
Eurobarometer: 96% of Bulgarians are Worried about the Rising Cost of Living
About 40% of 15-29-year-olds in Bulgaria Smoke Every Day
About 40% of young people (between 15 and 29 years old) in Bulgaria smoke traditional cigarettes practically every day, including 14% of young people under the age of 18 who are smokers. This is shown by a sociological survey by "Gallup International Balkan" commissioned by the Ministry of Youth and Sports, conducted in October.
Human Rights Watch: Bulgaria used Violence when repelling Migrants
“We Continue the Change” returned the Unfulfilled Second Mandate to Form a Government in Bulgaria
Bulgaria’s Interior Minister: We will Extend the Protection of Ukrainian Refugees, but We have to Differentiate between Tourists
Bulgaria’s PM: A 10% Reduction in Carbon Emissions is Not Acceptable, We will Ask for Postponement
Bulgaria’s Interior Minister: We are Preparing a Specialized Operation against Illegal Migration
Bulgaria’s President and Austria’s Chancellor: Guarding the EU's External Borders is Key to tackling Illegal Migration
"Protecting the external borders of the European Union is a common commitment of all member states and is key to tackling illegal migration." This was the general position of President Rumen Radev and the Federal Chancellor of the Republic of Austria Karl Nehammer, who talked today in Vienna, reports the press service of the Bulgarian presidency.
Bulgaria is Third in the EU in share of Children at Risk of Poverty
In 2021, in the European Union, residents under the age of 18 who were at risk of poverty or social exclusion represented 24.4 percent of all in this age group. At the same time, this share among the adult population of the Union was 21.1 percent, according to the latest data of the European statistical agency Eurostat.