Frattini more positive on country’s EU accession status

Frattini more positive on country’s EU accession status


“I am a little bit more optimistic after my last visit here that Bulgaria will be an EU member as of January 1, 2007,” European Commission Vice President Franco Frattini, who is responsible for Justice, Freedom and Security, said after his meeting with Bulgarian Prime Minister Sergei Stanishev and President Georgi Parvanov on July 31, Sofia News Agency reported. Frattini praised “important successes” in security, on dismantling organised crime rings, police training, border control and fighting ...


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