Copenhagen. Denmark and Norway have offered naval frigates and specialized cargo vessels to transport chemical weapons out of Syria, as part of an international deal that averted U.S. missile strikes on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces, Reuters informed.
Brussels. Six European countries desperately seek the EU assistance in the bilateral agreements they signed with Russia over the construction of the South Stream gas pipeline, European Commission representatives commented, cited by EurActiv.
Krichim. Bulgarian Supreme Court of Cassation ruled today that the Krichim Royal Palace is state property and as such could not be claimed by Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, son of the last Bulgarian Tsar Boris III, and his sister Maria-Louisa. Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha demanded that the rulings of the Plovdiv District Court and the Plovdiv Court of Appeals concerning the proprietorship of the palace be overturned.