Bulgaria: Investing in Staff Is Key to Success in Tourism Business

What is the key to success in tourism during a coronavirus pandemic? Many hoteliers failed to find the answer to this question against the backdrop of a constantly changing epidemiological situation. Others, however, thanks to their ingenuity and good management skills, managed to maintain a high level of service and operate at full capacity with regular customers.

Op-Ed: Rational radicalism the answer to conservatism

By Yannis Magriotis

Our country over the past decades had impressive growth in many sectors and transcended the dark shadows of the pre-WWII and post-Civil War eras.

It became a member of Western European institutions of security and development and it approached many sides of the democratic and developed world.

Pandemic Effects: Some Students in Bulgaria Refuse to Return to In-person Classes

Not only has the pandemic led children to lose their motivation to study, but that has also been compounded by a new phenomenon of students refusing to return to  in-person learning at school. Other than that, the pandemic has not led to a larger than usual number of mental complaints among children and youths. 

MEP Winkler (UDMR): Recovery and resilience plan, a unique chance for Romania

The European Recovery and Resilience Facility represents a unique chance for Romania to make a leap in economic development and modernisation, but the deadlines for its implementation must be met by the Romanian officials, MEP Iuliu Winkler of the Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR) said in Deva on Thursday He pointed out that the deadlines set for the entry into force of the European

Government approves OUG on elaboration of National Recovery and Resilience Plan

The Government approved, on Wednesday, by emergency ordinance, the amendment and completion of OUG no. 155/2020 regarding some measures for the elaboration of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR) necessary for Romania to access reimbursable and non-reimbursable external funds within the Recovery and Resilience Facility.

ForMin Aurescu: We've reached the stage where we're moving towards creating resilience centre

Romania's Foreign Minister Bogdan Aurescu says Romania has already reached the stage where it is heading towards the creation of the Euro-Atlantic Centre for Resilience, mentioning that there are very good reactions to the opportuneness and the need to establish it.