19.3 C
Sunday, May 28, 2023
- Advertisement -



The Moscow Patriarchate “annexed” the Ukrainian Diocese of Berdyansk

The Berdyansk diocese of the UOC, located in the Russian-occupied Zaporozhye region, was taken away from the Ukrainian Orthodox Church by an official decision of the Synod of the Moscow Patriarchate. The decision states...

Announcement of the Synod of Bishops of the Serbian Orthodox Church for Kosovo and Metohija

From: Council of Bishops of SOC / 05.20.2023 This year's regular meeting of the Holy Council of Bishops of the Serbian Orthodox Church paid special attention to the people and the Church in Kosovo and...

The Role and Importance of the European Parliament in Today’s World

The European Parliament plays a crucial role in shaping the future of Europe and the world. As the only directly elected institution of the European Union

Elections 2024, President Metsola “Vote. Do not let someone else choose for you”

The Key Issues in the European Parliament Elections 2024 Elections 2024 - The European Parliament Elections 2024 are just around the corner, and it's important to be informed about the issues that will be at...

Portugal’s President urges EU to face post-war challenges with determination

In his speech to MEPs, Portugal’s President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa identified the post-war recovery, enlargement, migration and energy as the main challenges for the EU.

Spyware – MEPs sound alarm on threat to democracy and demand reforms

EP spyware inquiry committee has adopted its final report and recommendations, condemning spyware abuses in several EU member states and setting out a way forward.

China hones its Global South diplomacy

China’s mediating role in Iran-Saudi deal signals a wider shift from wolf warrior to more constructive diplomacy.

Who is Maria Gabriel?

Maria Ivanova Gabriel is the proposal of the first political force in the parliament for Prime Minister of Bulgaria. This became clear from the rostrum of the Bulgarian National Assembly. GERB leader Boyko Borisov proposed...

On Europe Day – The European Union matters

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola´s address at This is Europe -debate with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Europe Day, 9 May 2023.

Olaf Scholz: “We need a geopolitical, larger, reformed EU, open to the future”

Chancellor Olaf Scholz debated with MEPs during the 'This is Europe' series, calling for a united Europe capable of changing to secure its place in the world.

As of May 4, Turkish citizens abroad had the right to vote in Turkey’s elections

Nearly 6,400 Turkish voters are registered in Bulgaria with the right to vote. People from 10 country’s regional districts who have a permanent address in Bulgaria can vote at the Turkish Consulate General in the...

Habemus Rex, From Prince to King, The Journey of Charles III to the Crown, and Camilla

The wait is over! King Charles III has finally been crowned. Learn about his journey to the throne and what his reign may hold for the future of the kingdom.

The Daphne Caruana Galizia Prize for Journalism – call for submission of entries

On 3 May, the World Press Freedom Day, the European Parliament launched the call launched the call for application to the Daphne Caruana Galizia Prize for Journalism.

Europe Day 2023: celebrating European unity

On 9 May, the European Union will celebrate Europe Day 2023, a moment to commemorate the Schuman Declaration on 9 May 1950.

The first prison sentence for opposing the war on religious grounds was issued in Russia

A 63-year-old Russian Orthodox Christian has become the first person to be sentenced to prison for expressing his opposition to Russia's war in Ukraine in religious terms. Mikhail Simonov is accused of spreading "false...

“Free Uzbekistan” Report to the 23rd Conference of the Alliance against Trafficking in Persons

By Hasanboy Burhanov, founder of the political opposition movement Erkin O'zbekiston (Free Uzbekistan). A report in English, distributed to the participants of the 23rd Conference of the Alliance against Trafficking in Persons organised by the...

European Ombudsman publishes annual report for 2022

The Ombudsman has published her annual report for 2022 with transparency and accountability issues representing the largest percentage of complaints (32%). The report provides an overview of key areas of the Ombudsman’s work, such as...

Schengen – the small village that changed Europe

The Schengen Agreement known today was signed in a small village in the south-eastern part of Luxembourg - a place steeped in symbolism Luxembourg can be crossed by car in just over an hour. Before...

Will the Spanish presidency of the Council of the EU be suspended?

This is the question some activists are asking themselves in Spain The presidency of the Council of the European Union (Consillium) is rotating and changes every six months, with Spain scheduled to take over...

First decision revising the statute of Former Members

The Bureau's decision on Former Members revises the existing rules, dating from 1999, on the access rights

Luxembourg’s Prime Minister: Do not fall for the siren call of populism

Luxembourg's Prime Minister urged MEPs to defend the fundamental principles of freedom and respect on which the EU is based in the face of populism and global challenges

France prosecutes PKK members accused of extortion and terrorism

France has put on trial 11 alleged high-ranking members of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), accused of extortion, terrorist financing and propaganda for the organization, AFP reported. Declared a terrorist organization by the United States,...

Erdogan: Putin may visit Turkey for the opening of the nuclear plant

Azerbaijan will supply natural gas to Hungary, via Bulgaria Russian President Vladimir Putin may visit Turkey for the opening ceremony of the Akkuyu nuclear power plant on April 27, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced. "We...

Investigation: Russia is spying on its embassy in Bulgaria with antennas

An international investigation has found that Russian services are spying with multiple antennas on their embassies in Europe. The building in Sofia is no exception, reports NOVA. The investigation was conducted in dozens of countries....

Support for Ukraine: Sweden announced a boycott of Absolut vodka

Starting this weekend, it is no longer possible to order a glass of Absolut vodka, Jameson whiskey or Malibu rum there. The Svenska Brassierer group, which owns these establishments, has decided to stop selling...
- Advertisement -

Latest news