Juncker Fund to mobilise almost €400bn in investment
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker

Juncker Fund to mobilise almost €400bn in investment

This would happen after new projects approved

Following the latest meeting of the European Investment Bank (EIB) Board of Directors, the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI) - the Juncker Fund - is now expected to trigger €398.6bn in investments. As of May 2019, the deals approved under the Juncker Fund amount to €73.8bn in financing and are located in all 28 Member States.

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  • Delyan Peevski attends iftar in a village near Velingrad

    Delyan Peevski attends iftar in a village near Velingrad

    One more time the regional management of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) in Pazardzhik has organised a free dinner for the residents of the village of Pashovi, near the town of Velingrad. Part of iftar, the Muslim tradition of having an evening meal to break fast at sunset during the month of Ramadan, the event was attended by lawmaker and MEP candidate Delyan Peevski. The news was reported by the local newspaper Videlina, which notes that this is far from the first time that Peevski has honoured the meal and greeted the villagers.

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  • Pianist Ludmil Angelov and violist Rumen Cvetkov: Music awakens the soul

    Pianist Ludmil Angelov and violist Rumen Cvetkov: Music awakens the soul

    Brahms Alliance is the title of the first ever album of established pianist and teacher Ludmil Angelov and violist Rumen Cvetkov - two renowned Bulgarian classical musicians, whose life is divided between Bulgaria and Spain. They have a relatively new but certainly promising partnership. In an interview with Europost the musicians y explain how they met and decided to try playing together.

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  • Meeting a year later

    Meeting a year later

    A retrospective exhibition of the prominent Bulgarian artist Svetlin Rusev (1933-2018) is staged at the Arte gallery, located at 31, Bouzludzha St., in Sofia. The collection will be on display till 8 June and shows 20 works by the Maestro: oil paintings, aquarelles and drawings covering a large span of his creative life - the earliest are from the 1960s while the latest one is dated 2012. On 26 May will be the one-year commemoration since Svetlin Rusev's death. All of the works are donated to the exposition by private collectors and have been very rarely exhibited. 

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  • Old anti-Peevski fake news for rainy days

    Old anti-Peevski fake news for rainy days

    The cohort of scribblers paid by the oligarchs has found a new method of defaming the behind-the-scenes clique’s eternal enemy – lawmaker of the opposition party Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) and Telegraph Media publisher Delyan Peevski. Running out of talking points in the hectic run-up to the European Parliament elections in Bulgaria, the puppet journalists decided to throw old fake news at Peevski.

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  • Annual Convention debates Social Europe post 2020

    Annual Convention debates Social Europe post 2020

    Few days before the European elections, the fourth edition of the Annual Convention for Inclusive Growth that took place in Brussels brought together civil society organisations and policymakers to discuss the opportunities and challenges ahead. The main focus this year was the future of Social Europe.

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  • PMs of Bulgaria and Greece break ground on intersystem gas pipeline

    PMs of Bulgaria and Greece break ground on intersystem gas pipeline

    In a ceremony marking the start of construction works on an intersystem gas connection between Bulgaria and Greece, the two countries' prime ministers - Boyko Borissov and Alexis Tsipras, respectively - broke ground on the project and signed a section of the pipeline. “Over the years, we heard a lot of talk about interconnectors and diversification. Well, we quietly did some actual work and today we are launching the project,” said Borissov during the official ceremony. He added that the pipeline allows for real and complete diversification of natural gas supplies.

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  • Derisive attempts to kick against Peevski

    Derisive attempts to kick against Peevski

    The foot soldiers on payroll of natural gas tycoon Sasho Donchev have been in bad pain of late. To be more accurate, for about a month now, since it became clear that the MP from the civil quota of the opposition Movement for Rights and Freedoms and publisher of Telegraph Media Delyan Peevski is on the second position of the Movement’s EP voting list.

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  • Photoshop against Peevski

    Photoshop against Peevski

    Proverbial wisdom says that people are inclined to blame others for their own vices and wrongdoings. With this in mind it is really scary even to imagine what is going on in the editorial offices of the media outlets owned by the indicted oligarch-publishers or those associated with them. After three weeks of the election campaign three things are already evident.

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  • Fake news factory busts a pipe – pins disappearance of journalist on Peevski

    Fake news factory busts a pipe – pins disappearance of journalist on Peevski

    The Fake News Factory has completely gone off the rails after spinning a semi-criminal plot in its latest fake news about lawmaker of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) and Telegraph media publisher Delyan Peevski that is worthy of contending for a prize. The “news” appeared on one of the Factory’s websites – fakti.bg, while its original source is the TV channel Eurocom, which aired a short piece with journalist Hristo Geshov from the website Bivol.

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