Ethnic groups in Europe

War-damaged Bosnian City Shows Solidarity With Paris

The war-damaged Bosnian city of Mostar showed its solidarity with Paris on Tuesday, when its famous Old Bridge was illuminated in blue, white and red - the colours of the French flag - on an initiative of a local NGO called the Centre for Peace and Multiethnic Cooperation.

The light show followed the massive fire that severely damaged the famous Cathedral of Notre Dame on Monday.

Forging a common policy line

Everyone agrees: Dramatic changes in the region (relations between the United States and Turkey, developments in the Eastern Mediterranean) will have a decisive impact on Greece in the coming decades. The conjecture warrants consensus in the hammering out of Greek foreign policy in the face of nascent tectonic changes.

Six out of ten Romanians want to have own business, youth stand for 77pct (study)

Six out of 10 Romanians, namely 63 percent want to have their own business, the percentage being significantly higher among men (72 percent), 18-23 year old youth (77 percent) and adults aged between 24 and 38 (75 percent), according to a study carried out by a market research company. The data were collected in January this year and are representative at urban level.

The Number of Bulgarians Traveling to Germany Continues to Grow

During the past year, the number of foreign tourists in Germany continues to grow, again making a record. According to preliminary data of the federal statistical office, the guests of the country have spent 87.7 million nights, which is a 5% growth. At the same time, the growth of the Bulgarians who have chosen this destination double.

Eurostat: Half of Bulgarians did not Visit their General Practitioner in 2017

More than 52% of Bulgarians did not visit their GP for the 12 months of 2017, according to a Eurostat study on the frequency of family doctor visits to citizens of the European Union (EU). The EU average is 24%, ie, one in 5 Europeans has never visited his GP for the specified period.

Bulgaria and Australia Intensify Trade Cooperation

A group of Bulgarians from different business spheres has established an Australian-Bulgarian Business Council aimed at deepening trade and economic ties between Bulgaria and Australia, it became clear at a meeting between Bulgaria's Deputy Minister of Economy Lila Ivanova and Australia's Ambassador in Greece, Bulgaria and Romania Kate Logan.

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