Kiev. A Ukrainian opposition leader vowed on Wednesday that pro-EU protesters in Kiev, thousands of whom were rallying outside the presidential administration, the cabinet of ministers and the parliament, would soon besiege more government buildings, RIA Novosti reported.
Brussels. Turkey and the European Union have agreed to sign the much-anticipated Readmission Agreement on Dec. 16 in Ankara in return for launching visa liberalization talks for Turkish citizens, after nearly two years of arduous negotiations, Hurriyet reported.
Sofia. The secession of MP Georgi Markov from the Parliamentary Group of Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (CEDB) coincides with VAT embezzlements investigation against Markov over the sale of the bus station in the town of Svishtov in 2004, bTV reported. The initiated legal procedure on the case was terminated by Prosecutor Vanya Ilieva. According to sources, Markov is close with rector of Svishtov Economic University Velichko Adamov, and Prosecutor Ilieva had run the affairs of the cases against the offshore