Two international “seasonal” trains between Bulgaria’s capital Sofia and the Greek city of Thessaloniki will run throughout the summer, until early September 2016, Bulgarian state railways BDZ said on June […]
One of the EU’s most fragile economies is bracing for fallout from Britain’s referendum. Greece has become ground zero for the EU’s ...
World Refugee Day, June 20, has seen the European Union underline its commitment to global efforts to address the refugee crisis and the UN Refugee Ag ...
Eurogroup finance ministers approved the release of 7.5 billion euro in bailout funding to Greece during a meeting in Luxembourg held Thursday. Greek ...
The Greek government is keen to make sure the European Stability Mechanism and subsequent Eurogroup meeting give the necessary final approval for the disbursement of bailout funds to Athens. European […]
Bulgaria has completed the upgrade of a gas compressor station at Petrich, near the border with Greece, which completes the first stage of upgrades to the country’s gas grid and […]
The U.N. refugee agency reports a multi-million-dollar appeal begun early this year on behalf of tens of thousands of refugees and migrants in Greece and along the Balkan route is […]
Every morning at the crematorium in Bulgaria’s capital city Sofia, there is a long queue of hearses with Greek registration plates. This has been going on for years, given that […]
Euro zone deputy finance ministers – the so-called Euro Working Group – will convene in Helsinki on June 9 to assess whether or not Athens has carried out all the […]
Greece has its troubles – economic woes and the refugee crisis among them – and now insult has been added to injury by Bulgaria’s Tourism Minister offering her arguments as […]