Dancila, Bakhtadze decide speeding up efforts to develop Romania-Georgia tourism

Prime Minister Viorica Dancila had talks with a governmental delegation from Georgia headed by Prime Minister Mamuka Bakhtadze, on Monday, at Victoria Palace, where the two officials established to step up efforts to develop tourism between the two countries, considered a field with a huge potential.

Dancila: Government I lead has assumed responsibly its obligations in NATO

Bucharest, April 7 /Agerpres/ - The Government of Romania has assumed responsibly its obligations in NATO, Prime Minister Viorica Dancila said on Sunday at a military ceremony organized at the headquarters of the Ministry of National Defense, at the 15th anniversary of Romania's NATO accession and the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the North Atlantic Alliance.

Diplomats in Concert | Athens | April 10

Ambassadors and other members of the diplomatic missions of Austria, China, the Czech Republic, Georgia, Germany, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Luxembourg, Moldova, Montenegro, the Palestinian Authority, Romania and Ukraine will perform a charity concert in aid of the SOS Children's Villages at the Parnassos Literary Society on Wednesday, April 10.

Parliament adopts Declaration, on 15th anniversary of Romania's NATO membership, reaffirming attachment to Alliance's values, goals

Parliament reaffirms its attachment to NATO principles, values and goals and firmly supports a strong Alliance and the strengthening of the transatlantic relationship, indispensable for Euro-Atlantic security, shows the Declaration adopted on Tuesday by the Legislature on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of Romania's accession to the North-Atlantic Alliance and 70 years of NATO existence.

Georgian Consulate Opens in Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria

A Georgian consulate was opened in Blagoevgrad, a city in south-west Bulgaria earlier in March, reports Georgia Today. 

The opening was marked by a reception attended by Bulgarian officials, diplomats, journalists, Georgian students, Georgia's honorary consul Yuliy Nushev, employees from the Georgian consulate, and representatives from the Diaspora.

Report: Bulgaria Ranks First in the EU Due to the Dirty Air

60% of the dirty air is due to cars and the remaining 40 are due to household pollutants.

Bulgaria is at the forefront of the European Union on the death rate due to polluted air. One of the main pollutants remains cars, according to the World Health Organization, quoted by bTV.

60% of the dirty air is due to cars and the remaining 40 are due to household pollutants.