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Minister-delegate for European Affairs Ciamba meets members of Atlantic Council

Minister-delegate for European Affairs, George Ciamba, on Saturday had a meeting in Washington with members of the Atlantic Council, an organization that promotes the strengthening of the Transatlantic relations, on which occasion he talked about the need to agree on a set of definitions for important phenomena, to help avoiding that gaps between the EU and the US become deeper.

Bulgarian Border police: Heavy Truck Traffic at Kapitan Andreevo and Lesovo

As of 6 am, on the Bulgarian-Turkish border there is considerable truck traffic on Kapitan Andreevo and Lesovo checkpoints, at exit from Bulgaria, Border Police said.
On the borders with Serbia, Macedonia, Greece and Romania, there is normal traffic through all crossings.

Kosovo ‘Knowingly’ Deported Wrong Man to Turkey: Report

Photo: AP/Beta.

The report is based on the statements of officials involved in the controversial operation to deport six Turkish nationals wanted for alleged links to what Ankara claims is a 'terrorist movement' led by the exiled cleric Fethullah Gulen.

It reveals how the Kosovo authorities sent the wrong man to Turkey, despite having "full knowledge" of the mistake.

The Bulgarian Ministry of Interior Supplies the Border Police with New Crossover Vehicles

A day after the European Commission declared the migration crisis ended, the Interior Ministry provided the Border Police with 70 new crossover vehicles.

The total value of the cars is just over BGN 7 million, and their main purpose is to guard the land border in the hard-to-reach areas.

UPDATE/DIICOT: Two Dutch citizens caught at Sighetu Marmatiei Border Crossing Point with 84 kg of heroin

Two Dutch citizens were caught on Monday at the Sighetu Marmatiei Border Crossing Point (PTF) hiding in a vehicle 167 packages with 84 kilograms of heroin, the Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism (DIICOT) informed.

Deputy Oana Florea says Romania is well-regarded at Europol

Deputy Oana Florea, the head of the delegation of the Romanian Parliament to the Joint Parliamentary Scrutiny Group (JPSG) on Europol, said on Monday that Romania is well regarded at Europol, having the second-largest number of employees, specializing mainly in IT and data analysis. Romania is well-regarded at Europol. We are on the second position by the number of employees.