Fri, May 24 2013
East-European protesters demonstrate in The Hague on February 21.
PVV leader Geert Wilders remained defiant, quoted in several media as having told the Associated Press in an interview that critics should 'mind their own business.'
Sensible people in Central and Eastern Europe, of course, will not confuse Wilders and his ilk with the tradition of tolerance of which the Dutch justly can be proud.
Bulgarian MEPs issue joint statement against Freedom Party website that invites Dutch people to complain about immigrants from Central and Eastern Europe.
Dutch Freedom Party leader responds to outrage by telling critics to ‘mind their own business’.
European Parliament President Martin Schulz says that he will raise the matter when he meets Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte in March.
Foreign ministries criticise website that calls on visitors to lodge complaints against immigrants from Central and Eastern Europe.
The global food import bill in 2012 could decline to $1.24 trillion, down slightly from last year’s record of $1.29 trillion.
Boevski has been under arrest in Brazil since October, when he was arrested at Sao Paulo's international airport with nine kg of cocaine in his luggage.
Whereas foreign media ownership is perceived as advantageous for media outlets and journalists, Bulgarian owners are perceived as investors with short-term vision who strive for immediate profits.
Killing spree in Norway in July 2011 and the arrests of individuals in a number of EU member states for the preparation of terrorist attacks, are proof of the continuing need for vigilance, Europol says.
In her message to mark the Day, Bulgaria's Bokova said that books are 'valuable tools' for knowledge-sharing, mutual understanding and openness to others and to the world.