A traveling counter will tour 20 towns in Bulgaria, said the organizers. The campaign will continue from 12 to 22 November. The counter in Sofia will be on “St. Nedelya” square.

The traveling campaign aims at giving information to the Bulgarians about their rights as citizens of the European union, defined in the EU Charter of the main rights.

This year the campaign has already been organized in Romania and Germany. There were similar initiatives in Ireland, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia.

The aims of the campaign will be presented by the leader of the EC representation Zinaida Zlatanova, Karl-Henrich Hamrin – chair of the “Communication” department at DG “Justice, freedom and security” of EC in Brussels and Toon Streple – director of the Information office of the European parliament in Sofia.

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Bulgarian citizens to get informed on their EU rights

A traveling counter will tour 20 towns in Bulgaria, said the organizers. The campaign will continue from 12 to 22 November. The counter in Sofia will be on “St. Nedelya” square.

The traveling campaign aims at giving information to the Bulgarians about their rights as citizens of the European union, defined in the EU Charter of the main rights.

This year the campaign has already been organized in Romania and Germany. There were similar initiatives in Ireland, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia.

The aims of the campaign will be presented by the leader of the EC representation Zinaida Zlatanova, Karl-Henrich Hamrin – chair of the “Communication” department at DG “Justice, freedom and security” of EC in Brussels and Toon Streple – director of the Information office of the European parliament in Sofia.

All materials contained on this site are property of Web Media Group JSC and are protected by the Bulgarian copyright law.

Any reproduction, distribution, transmission, display, publishing or broadcast of contents (in parts or as a whole) without the prior written permission of Web Media Group JSC is not allowed.

Read the article on News.bg

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