This is the official website of the Bulgarian Presidency developed as per Article 58a of the EGA and following the guidelines of the General Secretariat of the EU Council.
The contents of this website and the mobile application of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the EU are compliant with the provisions of the acting Bulgarian law. Please notify us as soon as possible in case you notice inconsistent, obsolete, untrue or illicit content.
Third Party Content Liability
The Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union 2018 shall not be held liable for the legality, completeness, truthfulness and actuality of the content of third party information resources which this site may refer to by means of links; nor for the legality of the operations of these third parties. In case you notice links to information resources of obsolete, untrue or incomplete content, or to information resources whose content contradicts the active law, please notify us as soon as possible.
Third party tools and services bear high risk for correctness and confidentiality and are listed on a separate page to assist the user in explaining who has access to their data, why and to what extent.
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The software for operation of this website as well as its design are subject of copyrights.
The content of the website of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the EU may be used freely unless explicitly stated that it is protected by the acting Copy and Neighboring Rights Act. Hence the use of text, photos, video and other visual elements published on the website is public domain and requires only mentioning the source.
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