Politics of the European Union

Bulgarian National Bank: The Technical Work on the Adoption of the Euro Continues

The Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) has no formal basis and has not suspended the technical work on the adoption of the euro. It is being carried out on schedule and within the bank's budget for 2023, the press center of the Bulgarian National Bank said regarding political comments that the process of joining the Eurozone should be stopped.

The EU has set the dates for the European Elections in 2024

Europeans will head to the polls from June 6 to 9, 2024, to elect the next MEPs, Politico reported.

European Union diplomats approved the dates for the European elections on Wednesday, announced the Swedish Presidency of the Council of the EU.

By electing 705 MEPs from 2024 to 2029, EU citizens could shake up not only the European Parliament but also the European Commission.

Are we truly staying in Europe?

A recent discussion on institutions and the rule of law sparked controversy among the descendants of the pro-EU movement known as "We're Staying in Europe," which emerged in 2015 when Greece's leftist-led coalition raised concerns about the country's potential exit from the eurozone.

The Law on the Adoption of the Euro will be submitted to the Bulgarian Parliament soon

The law on the adoption of the euro will be submitted to the National Assembly within a month, announced Deputy Minister of Finance Metodi Metodiev during a discussion on the topic of the forum "The role of organized civil society in the process of Bulgaria's accession to the Eurozone". According to him, achieving the inflation criterion remains the main challenge facing our country.

Borrell: Serbia and so-called Kosovo should fulfill all obligations of the Agreement

The High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell, said that the EU expects Serbia and the so-called Kosovo fulfills all obligations.
This refers to the obligations arising from the Agreement on Normalization of Relations.

PEGA head denies report on spyware inquiry

Jeroen Lenaers, Chair of the European Parliament's Committee of Inquiry to investigate the use of Pegasus and equivalent surveillance spyware (PEGA), issued a statement Wednesday clarifying that there was no request from PEGA to the European Public Prosecutor's Office (EPPO) regarding an investigation into the alleged wiretapping scandal in Greece.