Foreign Ministry

Bulgaria to Grant Ukraine Humanitarian Aid of EUR 50 000

Bulgaria's government will grant Ukraine humanitarian aid of EUR 50 000.

The funding will be provided from the official development aid allocation under the central budget.

The aid aims to alleviate the difficult social and economic and humanitarian situation in the country

The funding will be provided via the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).

Aurescu: Romania interested that local firms get involved in setting up of Deveselu base

State Secretary for Strategic Affairs Bogdan Aurescu on Tuesday reiterated Romania's interest that local firms get involved in the setting up of the Deveselu Base.

Aurescu attended the 2014 Multinational Ballistic Missile Defence Conference organized by the U.S. Agency for Ballistic Missile Defense and hosted by Bucharest.

ForMin Melescanu discusses in Paris with observers accredited to polling stations

Minister of Foreign Affairs Teodor Melescanu and Romania's Ambassador in Paris Bogdan Mazuru met on Sunday with the observers accredited to the polling stations in Paris to discuss the way the voting process unfurled in the capital of France in the two rounds for the election of the Romanian President.

Dacic meets delegation from Brussels

BELGRADE - A delegation of the European External Action Service (EEAS) met with Serbia's Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic in Belgrade on Friday and expressed full support for Serbia's chairmanship of the OSCE in 2015 and willingness to work together during that period.

The EU diplomats stated that Serbia's success in chairing the OSCE would also be their success.