Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov has recently met with Macedonia PM Zoran Zaev and Serbian PM Ana Brnabic to discuss the development of the transport infrastructures that could integrate Sofia, Beograd and Skopje, and, more generally, all the Western Balkans.

From the meeting emerged also the will of the Bulgarian government to closely monitor the construction of the railways connection between Sofia and Skopje, topic approached also at the summit held in Strumica in November.

The development and upgrade of the transport infrastructured is considered a key to the process of European integration of the region as a whole.

The largest retailer in Poland, Biedronka, will launch on January, the 11th, a new category on its offer, called "goBio", with 20 new bio-products prepared in conformity with European Union's regulations on the matter of biological agriculture.

The focus on bio products is both to promote healthy lifestyles and to increase the export towards Western Europe, a market more receptive to biological foods and beverages.

The agricultural sector in Poland is worth 900mln of zloty (around 214mln of EUR) and it is growing constantly on a yearly basis.

The European Commission and the ministers of Bulgaria met on January, the 12th, at the National Palace of Culture in Sofia, the morning after the country assumed the presidency of the Council of Europe.

Commissioners and ministers discussed various topics at the heart of the political discourse in Europe, ranging from the migrant crisis to the measures to promote competition and the perspective for a digital Europe.

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