In the beginning of 2014, European Commissioner for Employment Laszlo Andor said that citizens of the Balkan states, namely Bulgaria and Romania, no longer have restrictions on leaving for work in the European Union. This decision was made based on the fact that the work permit in all the EU countries for the citizens of Romania and Bulgaria will strengthen the economic development of all the countries, which will positively affect the economy of Europe as a whole.
Andor’s statement says that Bulgarians and Romanians no longer have to apply for a work permit in the EU countries that previously requested relevant documents. “Since January 1, 2014, Australia, Belgium, Great Britain, Germany, Spain, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands and France are happy to open all the doors to Bulgaria and Romania and not to ban the people of these European countries to exercise their right to have a work”. European Commissioner.
Today, Romania is rapidly and independently developing the cultural and sports activities of the country. It has created its own strategy for decent competition with its European neighbours in the field of tourism.
“Europe without borders!” – This is how members of the European Council see a new course developed to strengthen Romania’s and Bulgaria’s relations with Western Europe.