Prime Minister Victor Ponta on Friday said the European design will continue despite some critical voices against the enlargement of the European Union.
Ponta argued that Europe will not be complete without the Western Balkan countries, including Serbia, without Moldova or Georgia, which also strives to be European.
The Georgian National Ballet Sukhishvili will tour five Bulgarian cities in end of October.
It will present its new show Ramishvili, honouring one of the founders of the dance company - Nino Ramishvili - in Sofia, Veliko Tarnovo, Ruse, Varna and Burgas.
It combines modern and classical ballet with acrobatics.
MARSEILLE - The water polo club Radnicki beat Ligamus from Georgia 15-4 (7-3 2-0 3-1 3-0) in the 3rd round of Group A of the qualifications for the Champions League in Marseille on Friday.
This was the second win for the team from Kragujevac, after beating the host, Marseille (8-7) on Thursday. However they lost to OSC from Hungary (8-4) earlier on Friday.
United States Defense Secretary Chuck Hagelâs meeting in Turkey on Sept. 8 took place at a critical time under unusual circumstances.
Twelve warships from NATO and other countries are to stage naval exercises, known as Sea Breeze, in the Black Sea.
Hosted by Ukraine, the drills are led by the US.
The maneuvers are held on an annual basis (and have been since 1997) and are not related to the developments in Ukraine and its standoff with Russia.
The European affairs, the situation in Middle East, the eastern neighbourhood of the European Union and the situation in Ukraine were among the topics discussed on Thursday in a plenary session within the Annual Meeting of the Romanian Diplomacy with the participation of Foreign Affairs Minister Titus Corlatean and the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Secur
Folk dancers from Panama participating in Earthdancers, an international dance and music festival, performed in Syntagma Square, central Athens, on Wednesday.
In its fourth year, the festival began on Wednesday and is to run through Sunday with more than 300 dancers and musicians from nine countries participating in performances across Attica.