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  • The sentences in Bulgaria's notorious SAPARD draining case (the Nikolov-Stoykov Group as OLAF described it): show that the Bulgarian courts are finally starting to work hard on emblematic cases. show a double standard as only one of the two notorious businessmen was sentenced and the other one was acquitted.

    Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency)

  • While the siphoning of millions of euros from the SAPARD funds was investigated as early as

    Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency)

  • SAPARD, was sentenced to 12 years in prison by the Sofia City Court Wednesday.

    Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency)

  • For example, these new organized crime groups steal money from EU funds such as the SAPARD Program, they are highly mobile, financially powerful, and are advised by excellent financial and legal experts.

    Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency)

  • Franz-Hermann Brüner: In August 2008 Bulgaria established a task force, headed by the General Prosecutor's office, to investigate SAPARD fraud.

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  • It appears that this Task Force is investigating a huge number of SAPARD projects with a view to bringing cases of fraud to court.

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  • The European Commission is to hold back €140,000 million of SAPARD programme aid for Bulgaria a second year running, Bulgarian radio reports.

    EUobserver.com - Headline News

  • There are positive signs from Brussels that it might unfreeze the much need for Bulgaria funds from the EU agriculture SAPARD program.

    Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency)

  • M of ISPA road funds and authorized payments of EUR 109,6 M blocked under the SAPARD agricultural program.

    Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency)

  • Brussels decision to unblock PHARE aid comes after it released earlier in the year EUR 115 M of ISPA road funds and authorized payments of EUR 109.6 M blocked under the SAPARD agricultural program.

    Novinite.com (Sofia News Agency)

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