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Romania has the second largest area of forests registered with the UNESCO World Heritage Forest Programme after Ukraine, Romania's Minister of Waters and Forestry Ioan Denes told an international World Heritage Beech Forests workshop hosted by Sibiu City on Thursday.
Today, I wrote to the Prime Ministers of Greece, Spain, Ireland, Portugal, Slovakia and Croatia, as well as to the leaders of EPP parties from these countries, asking to support the efforts of Bulgarian MEPs to extend the time for debates and to work out more balanced and fair measures under the Mobility Package.
This is what Prime Minister Boyko Borisov wrote on Facebook.
Central to Tarrant's worldview appears to have been a commitment to the so-called "Great Replacement" theory.
This conspiracy theory posits that Muslim immigration to Western countries is a secret plot to "outbreed" white Christians of European ancestry and thus take over their "homelands". A peculiar brand of Islamophobia, it is rooted in anti-Ottoman sentiment.
Romania has constantly supported the need and importance of ensuring a high standard of living for citizens, on Wednesday said in Brussels the Romanian Prime Minister Viorica Dancila, at the Tripartite Social Summit, an event that was centered on "For a stronger, united and forward-looking Europe", the website of Romania's Presidency of the EU Council reads.
Bulgaria is ranked 97th in the world in happiness between Cameroon and Ghana, being more unhappy than almost all Balkan countries, according to World Happiness Report 2019, quoted by Econ.bg
Many foreigners who visit our country mark a very repulsive trait in the Bulgarians - always complaining about everything and its pessimism.
The Serbian National Council, which represents Croatia's Serb minority, and the Youth Initiative for Human Rights NGO organised a trip to the former Stara Gradiska and Jasenovac camps on Sunday on the anniversary of the execution of Nada Dimic, a member of the anti-Ustasa resistance movement in WWII.
Supporters of the anti-domestic violence campaign "Save me" in Croatia protested on Saturday in three cities - Zagreb, Split and Dubrovnik - to "show solidarity with victims of violence and demand that the system adequately protect them", it said.
The movement began only two weeks ago with the start of a Facebook group that already counts more than 45,000 members.