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Expensive Romanian Currency is Surfacing More Than One Risk
The Romanian economy is giving signs of deteriorating its external balances, on the background of further real appreciation of the Romanian leu (RON) against the euro and the dollar.

All the Same on the Northern Front
These days after New Year ’s Eve the neighbors from this side of the Danube created the next squabble in their bilateral relations with fraternal Bulgaria . The sole difference this time is that they, so as we, are now in another category. Category, within which exist certain standards, created and settled because of the developed culture and understanding of the world, in which we all live. Not to mention, that above all that there is morality, and from juridical point of view – laws. The mayor of a city, known to Bulgarians from its recent history, placed on the most European riverthe Danubedecided he can go around the international establishments and juridical documents.

Draskovic Calls for Strengthening Black Sea Group's Ties with EU
The Black Sea Economic Cooperation includes European Union state Greece, while members Bulgaria and Romania will join the bloc next May under the Serbian presidency of the regional group. Serbia’s foreign minister also plans to establish closer organizational ties with observer state Germany as it assumes the rotating EU presidency
Krenar Gashi: Ahtisaari's Plan for Kosovo Increase the Chances for Stability of the Region
Mr Marti Ahtisaari's plan for Kosovo cannot be called perfect, but it reflects the stand of the international community on the issue, says Kosovar journalist Krenar Gashi for Bulgarian Post. "If the UN Security Council does not approve the plan, countries will have to deal with the issue of recognizing Kosovo as an independant state individually", adds he.
Defining Position of Albanian Ethnic Minority Key Subject of New Kosovo Talks

Serbian Minister of Education Zoran Loncar said today that the key subject of new Kosovo talks should be the definition of position of the Albanian national minority in the province.

Andrei Miroiu: The Threat for Romania and Bulgaria After the Falling of the Communism Came from the Inside
Andrei Miroiu is the Director of the Bucharest based Center of Security and International Studies According to the Director of the Bucharest based Center of Security and International Studies, Romania and Bulgaria have joined a much weaker European Union, than they initially planned. Major overseas partner of Romania, Miroiu says, must be the USA, as they can balance the relations of Western Europe and Russia with Romania. The issue of terrorism as a tool in the international relations will fade, he says.
Romania Joins EU with Expensive Celebrations and Old Political Chafes
And the first snow silently falls… over Bucharest. Yes. On the third day of the European membership, “zapada” (“snow” in Romanian) has poured over Romania and its capital. There were pouring also comments, appeals and echoes on what should be done in 2007, that has not been done until now and why is it important that the country to be perceived as a key player within the European Union from the very beginning. In the meantime, the snow melted.
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EU Criticism against Turkey Heats up
Ali Babacan Members of the European Parliament are set to debate a highly critical report today on the slow pace of EU reforms in Turkey, while Turkey's chief EU negotiator, Ali Babacan, prepares for an upcoming tour of European capitals. 
Troop Deployment in Lebanon Sparks Political Crisis in Turkey
Ahmet Sezer, President of Turkey Lawmakers will debate sending peacekeepers to UN force in Lebanon at a Cabinet meeting today, though no decision is anticipated. Some say Turkey is likely to wait until Annan’s visit before any decision
Bulgarian Interior Minister Stepped Down
Bulgaria and Romania Escape EU Sanctions
BTA media meeting

Bulgaria Shows Decrease in Labor Productivity
Bulgarian Economy Grows 6.2% in First Quarter
Dundee Precious Metals Signs Key Contracts for Chelopech Concentrate

Bulgarian Orthodox Patriarch Maxim Dies at 98
Bulgaria Announced a Day of National Mourning
Police Officers Awarded for Refusing a Bribe
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