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In Sofia was Build the First Sensor Station to Monitor the Air Pollution

Today, the first of 22 sensor stations to monitor atmospheric air was installed.

The stations will be located in different areas of Sofia. The data will be available in real time along with the data from the measuring stations of the Executive Environment Agency.

The first station is on the territory of ''Hipodruma'' Park.

Macron to Visit Serbia After Paris Summit Cancelled

Ahead of French President Emmanuel Macron's visit to Serbia on July 15-16, media have been speculating whether Kosovo might be the most important issue on the agenda.

Among the topics that will be discussed will be political and economic cooperation, the country's EU perspective and Kosovo, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic's office announced on Monday.

Merkel insists on high primary surplus targets

German Chancellor Angela Merkel appeared opposed Wednesday to any potential change to Greece's economic reform program, signaling the difficulties that center-right Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is likely to face in fulfilling his pre-election pledge to bring down the country's high targets for primary budget surpluses and create the necessary fiscal space to deliver on promised tax cuts.

PNL's Orban: PM Dancila must implement all recommendations issued by GRECO, Venice Commission, European Commission

Chairman of the National Liberal Party (PNL) Ludovic Orban believes that Prime Minister Viorica Dancila has a duty to implement all the recommendations issued by GRECO, the Venice Commission and the European Commission. "Premier Vasilica Viorica Dancila behaves as if she is still led by Liviu Dragnea [former Social Democratic Party leader, ed.n.].

Greek reforms in line with bailout requests, say gov't sources

Greece will implement a series of reforms which are in line with what has been agreed with its creditors, government sources said Wednesday, responding to a comment by German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Speaking at a news conference with Finland's prime minister, Merkel said she agreed with eurozone finance ministers that no change was needed to Greece's bailout program.

Merkel: Greek PM told me he would quickly implement reforms

Greece's new prime minister has promised Angela Merkel in a phone call that he would quickly implement a reform program, the German chancellor said on Wednesday.
Speaking at a news conference with Finland's prime minister, Merkel also said she agreed with euro zone finance ministers that no change was needed to Greece's bailout program.

[Reuters]

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