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Sofia National Palace of Culture Acknowledged by the International Association of Convention

The National Palace of Culture (NDK) in Sofia has been acknowledged by the International Association of Convention Centres (AIPC), reported BNR.

The organization runs a global network of more than 157 convention centers in 57 countries from across the world. The AIPC distinction is for excellence of management of the convention center in compliance with latest international standards and is a guarantee of the quality of delivered services and the events organized at NDK.

Despite the challenges that NDK faces in view of the building’s restructuring ahead of the 2018 Bulgaria Presidency of the Council of the European Union the management of the Palace has kept a good level or work managing one of the biggest convention and cultural centers in Eastern Europe, AIPC has found.

Minister Temenuzhka Petkova and Russian Ambassador to Bulgaria Anatoliy Makarov Discuss Joint Cooperation in Energy

Bulgarian Minister of Energy Temenuzhka Petkova met with Ambassador of the Russian Federation to Bulgaria Anatoliy Makarov, the press centre of the Ministry of Energy announced. They discussed deepening bilateral relations, specifically in the field of energy.

In the autumn of 2017, the 16th sitting of the Bulgarian-Russian Intergovernmental Commission on Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation will be taking place. The chair on the Bulgarian side will be Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova.

Within the joint working groups, all topics of mutual interests will be discussed beforehand. According to Minister Petkova, holding a sitting of the Bulgarian-Russian Intergovernmental Commission on Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation will provide new opportunities to develop bilateral relations.

Ambassador Makarov and Minister Petkova also discussed the future of the construction project of Belene Power Plant. Petkova informed that, by the end of September, the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences was to prepare the techno-economic and legal analysis in relation to the need to construct a new nuclear plant in Bulgaria.

Minister Petkova gave her gratitude for the invitation to the IX International Forum Atomexpo in Moscow, on which further relations between Bulgaria and Russia in the field of nuclear energy could be discussed. The bilateral cooperation between the countries related to supply and transit of natural gas was also discussed.

Transport Workers Gather at Kulata Checkpoint to Protest, No Border Blockade

Several dozen of carriers and drivers gathered at Kulata Border Crossing (Bulgaria's border with Greece) on 29th of May for the  protest readiness announced by the Union of Transport Workers. They insist on facilitating the border crossing of lorries, as they now have to wait for hours to cross into Greece, quoted by the BNT.

There will be no blockade at the border, as the protesters have reached an agreement with the representatives of the state, namely representatives of the Customs Agency, the border police and the disctrict governor of Blagoevgrad.

Representatives of the protesters spoke with the district governor of Blagoevgrad, Bisser Mihaylov, the head of the District Directorate of the Ministery of interior in Blagoevgrad, Nikolay Hadzhiev, the Director of the Regional Directorate of Smolyan Stoyan Mandadzhiev, the head of “Southwest customs house Georgi Alexandrov and representatives of other institutions.

After the talks, the two sides agreed that most of the drivers' demands would be met, namely that three lanes for TIR lorries would be operational at Kulata border crossing, as well as three weigh stations which would work at all times.

By 12th of June, three lanes for freight vehicles are expected to become operational on the Greek side. Until then, the Greek authorities have assured that they will put police to guard the passage and lines of TIR lorries so that there are no overtakings and no incidents.

Another request made by the drivers is that each of the weighing scales has large screens to dislpay the results of the weighing in order to have greater transparency of the checks carried out by the Customs Agency.

The Custom Agency officials said they would seek solution to that, as well as funding for the installation of such screens.

There are no queues of heavy goods vehicles at Kulata border crossing at the moment. Drivers have said they will also insist on legislative changes for TIR lorries which are not carrying goods to not go through the weighing scales.

They said that if their demands were not met, the protests will go on.

Plovdiv to Host 56th National Archaeological Conference

As of May 29th, Bulgaria’s second largest city of Plovdiv hosts the 56th National Archaeological Conference. It will be held at the Regional Archaeological Museum in the city and will continue until May 31st, according to the Bulgarian National Television.

150 archaeologists from the museums across the country, Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski”and researchers from the Austrian Archaeological Institute will take part in the conference.

They will present reports on the latest archaeological discoveries in Bulgaria, Plovdiv and Ephesus. The participants will visit the restored archaeological sites in Plovdiv and the new exhibition of the Archaeological Museum.

Foreign Students of Bulgaria Descent with Access to Bulgarian Universities

The Council of Ministers has approved more than 1100 openings in Bulgarian universities for students of Bulgarian descent who live abroad – in Ukraine, Moldova, Serbia, Albania, Kosovo and Kazakhstan, reported BNR.

The largest number of openings is for students of Economics (124). There are 68 openings for Informatics and Computer Technology, 81 for Medicine and 28 for Dental Medicine and Pharmacy.

Philology openings are 69 – mostly for English Language and Literature, 66 students will be admitted to study Pedagogy and 47 – Architecture, Construction and Geodesy.  

Germany to Host Ukraine Talks in Berlin

Germany's Foreign Ministry says envoys from Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France will meet this week in Berlin to try and push forward the implementation of a peace deal for eastern Ukraine, Voice of America reported.

Ministry spokesman Martin Schaefer told reporters Monday that, due to the "difficult and deteriorating"' situation in eastern Ukraine, Germany has scheduled a meeting Tuesday with those countries and a representative from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.

The Ukrainian government has been fighting Russia-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine since 2014, after Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula. The fighting has cost some 10,000 lives.

The diplomats are trying to bridge differences between Russia and Ukraine over implementing the 2015 Minsk deal for eastern Ukraine, which was brokered by Germany and France.

Emergency hospital Pirogov to Receive as Donation First Ambulance for Newborns and Children in Bulgaria

On Wednesday, the largest local emergency hospital Pirogov will receive as a donation the first specialised ambulance for newborns and children in Bulgaria, worth over BGN 150 000, the hospital’s press office said.

The sum was raised through a campaign organised by the association Cause. It is the fourth campaign aimed at encouraging investments in new, modern and innovative medical equipment for children's wards in the country.

Pirogov’s children surgery clinic was set up in 1964 to provide round-the-clock and adequate medical and surgical help to children between 0 and 18. Every year more than 250 newborns are taken to the clinic for emergency and planned surgery treatment.

The hospital also takes for treatment between 100 and 120 children from regional hospitals, a large part of which need specialised transport.

Debates on New Cabinet in Skopje Start Tomorrow

A proposal was submitted to the parliament of Macedonia on Sunday night of the members and the programme of the new Macedonian cabinet with Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, reported BNR.

Parliamentary speaker Talat Xhaferi stated that discussions on the new cabinet will start on 30 May.

The constitution mandates that the debates on a new government cannot exceed two days which means that the new cabinet has to be voted by Wednesday, midnight.


Bulgarians Traveled Mostly to Italy and Greece in April

In April 2017, the number of the trips of Bulgarian residents abroad was 548.8 thousand or by 17.7% above the registered in April 2016, according to the National Statistical Institute (NSI).

In comparison with the same month of the previous year an increase was observed in the total number of the trips of Bulgarians to: Italy - by 46.1%, Greece - by 38.1%, Austria - by 36.1%, Spain - by 24.4%, the United Kingdom - by 23.6%, Romania - by 19.6%, Germany - by 19.5%, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia - by 14.0%, Serbia - by 12.9%, Turkey - by 5.1%, France - by 4.8%, and etc. At the same time decreased the number of the trips of Bulgarians to: Portugal - by 25.8%, Ukraine - by 25.8%, Russian Federation - by 10.5%, Czech Republic - by 7.8%, and etc.

The trips with other purposes ( as a guest, education and visit the cultural and sport events) in April 2017 compared the greatest share of the total number of trips of Bulgarian residents abroad – 46.4%, followed by the trips with professional purpose – 27.6%, and with holiday and recreation purpose – 26.9%.

The share of visits of EU citizens was 56.8% of the total number of foreigners’ visits to Bulgaria in April 2017 or by 15.8% more in comparison with the same month of the previous year.

An increase was registered in the visits of citizens from almost all countries in EU: Poland – by 43.9%, Italy – by 42%, Austria – by 34.5%, the UK – by 29.4%, Germany – by 26.8%, Romania – by 12.1%, and etc.

The visits of foreigners in the group ‘Other European countries’ ( the group includes countries in Europe outside EU), increased by 9.3%, as the highest growth was observed in the visits of citizens of Turkey – by 12.6%.

An increase was registered in the trips by all observed purposes: with professional purpose – by 19.5%, with other purposes – by 18.1%, and with holiday and recreation purpose – by 6.8%.

Moody’s: Bulgaria Credit Rating with Stable Outlook

The international credit rating agency Moody’s has confirmed Bulgaria’s credit rating with a stable outlook, quoted by BNR.

The agency expects to see the economy grow 2.9% this and next year.

Provided the budget is balanced and the government debt reaches pre-crisis levels, Moody’s may raise Bulgaria’s credit rating.

Currently, the forecast of the agency that has drafted the Global Debt Program predict that debt will stand at 23% of the gross domestic product by 2020, given its value exceeding 29% at the end of 2016.

Actions to reduce the current rating could be made in case of resumption of political instability or of deviation from the sound macroeconomic policy underway, as well as in the case of a new distress in  the banking system, Moody’s has commented. Experts say though this is a rather unlikely scenario.

The Specialised Anticorruption Unit of Sofia City Prosecutor’s Office Charges Agriculture Ministry Official with Breach of Duty

The Specialised Anticorruption Unit of Sofia City Prosecutor’s Office (SCP) has pressed charges against Steliyan Mitev over an intentional failure to fulfill his obligations while director of the regional agriculture directorate in Dobrich, the Prosecutor’s Office said.

Mitev is currently head of the Land Relations and Management Directorate at the Ministry of Agriculture.

He was regional director in Dobrich between November 2009 and September 2013. In that period he did not inform the mayor of Balchik over irregularities on the Kranevo North beach and his administration made fictitious inspections which paid no attention to illegal buildings there.

Furthermore, Mitev ordered no inspections of the beach during the summer, the most active season, between 2010 and 2013. The beach was managed by a firm of Mitev’s father.

Today it Will be Mostly Sunny with Maximum Temperatures 20°-25°

Today it will be mostly sunny in the country, with clouds expected to develop in the afternoon.

In some places, mainly in the southern half of Bulgaria, there will be short rain, according to the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (NIMH).

There will be light northeastern wind. Temperatures will slightly increase, maximum temperatures will vary between 20° and 25°.

Atmospheric pressure will decrease a little but will remain higher than the average for May.

Successful Start For Grigor Dimitrov in Paris

Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov started with a victory his Roland Garros Grand Slam participation in Paris by winning 6:2; 6:3; 6:4 vs French vet Stephane Robert, reported BNR.

In the second round of the tournament Dimitrov will play vs 5-time quarterfinalist Tommy Robredo from Spain.

4km Queue of Cargo Vehicles at Dunav Most 2 Checkpoint

A 4km queue of cargo vehicles has formed at the Dunav Most 2 border checkpoint, at exit from the country, Radio Focus – Vidin has reported.

Traffic of cargo vehicles through the checkpoint is intensive. There are no vehicles waiting to enter the country.
Traffic is normal at both checkpoints with Serbia in the Vidin region - Vrashka Chuka and Bregovo.

There are no queues on any side of the border.

Turkey, EU to ?ick off Bilateral ?genda in June’s Political Dialogue Meeting

Turkey and European Union will focus on upgrading Customs Union and the migrant deal, according to an agreed 12-month road map on the bilateral ties, with the first gathering to be held on June 13 for political dialogue meeting at the level of political directors which will study course of relations, Hürriyet writes.

Ankara and Brussels plan to hold a political dialogue meeting at ministerial level in July. Energy dialogue and economy meetings will be revived in the upcoming months as well, a Turkish official told the Hürriyet Daily News on condition of anonymity.

In a highly-anticipated gathering on May 25, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met European Council President Donald Tusk and European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker before a NATO summit in the Belgian capital, where they agreed to revive strained ties.

In the meeting, EU officials asked Erdogan about Ankara’s intention regarding its membership bid with the bloc and whether or not it would step in to restart the process, according to the official. Erdogan, in his earlier remarks, had vowed that Ankara would reconsider its position on joining the bloc if it kept waiting much longer and if the current “hostile mentality” of some member-states persisted.

In the meeting, the Turkish side stressed that Ankara’s goal was full membership in the bloc. The Turkish delegation, however, said Turkey has been suffering a trauma after the coup attempt of July 15, 2016, but the EU did not help as it underwent the aftermath of the attempted takeover. Yet, eventually, the parties decided the EU-Turkey relations would resume from where they left, the official said.

Croatia's Foreign Minister to Visit Sofia Today

Deputy Prime Minister of Croatia and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs Davor Ivo Stier is having today a marathon of meetings in Sofia on issues of bilateral interest, economic cooperation, interaction within international organizations, the European agenda and the situation in the Balkans, reported BNR.

Besides his talk with Vice Premier and Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva, the guest will also speak with President Rumen Radev, Chair of Parliament Dimitar Glavchev, Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and Minister for Bulgarian EU Presidency Lilyana Pavlova.

Sofia Hosts World Congress in Viticulture and Winemaking

In the period May 29 – June 2 Sofia hosts a world congress in viticulture and winemaking, reported BNR.

Bulgaria has been selected among 5 other applicants, Spain and Italy among those.

The current 40th edition of the forum is expected to take decisions which will determine essential moves in wine industry globally.

Representatives of all the member-states of the International Organization of Vine and Wine (OIV) are taking part in the forum.

The guests will have their chance to get acquainted with and taste the production of Bulgarian winemakers within key winemaking regions of Bulgaria.

These lands produced wine yet during the Thracian period and today the country is the 6th largest exporter of wine globally.  

UK Police Nabs 15th Person in Manchester Bomb Probe

British police have arrested a 19-year-old man in connection with the Manchester bombing that killed 22 people last week, Voice of America radio reported.

The arrest was made late Sunday during a raid in the Gorton area of Manchester on "suspicion of offences contrary to the terrorism act," the Greater Manchester police said in a statement.

Earlier in the day, police arrested a 25-year-old and searched his property.

Thirteen men remain in British custody in relation to the suicide bombing by Manchester native Salman Abedi, 22, in the lobby of Manchester Arena last Monday just after American pop singer Ariana Grande finished her concert.

27 Arrested Right Before Levski-CSKA Match

A total of 27 fans were arrested right before the start of the football game between the teams of Levski and CSKA last night, reported BNR.

The traffic downtown Sofia had been stopped several times due to the match of the two teams’ fans.

Exclusive security measures had been taken around the stadium itself. There was a police presence spotted at all bus stops and public places downtown.

Mayor of Sofia Yordanka Fandakova: 'We are Preparing the Construction of 4 New Stations on the 3rd Subway Line'

''Next week, we are preparing to build four new stations on the third subway line.'' This is what Sofia mayor Yordanka Fandakova said in the show "The Day begins with Georgi Lyubenov" on BNT.

"In June, the actual building activity will actually start, "explained the mayor of Sofia. According to her next week, the opening of Patriarch Evtimii Blvd will begin. "There will be tightness right next to the stations, so they can be finished. September 2019, we expect another 12 km of new metro, "she added.

The Mayor of Sofia also commented on the information that the yellow paves in the center of the city would be removed. Fandakova was categorical that they would remain. "Removing them is a misunderstanding, a speculation. They have cultural value, "said Yordanka Fandakova.

Merkel Warns US, Britain no Longer Reliable Partners

Europe "must take its fate into its own hands" faced with a western alliance divided by Brexit and Donald Trump's presidency, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Sunday, reported AFP.

"The times in which we could completely depend on others are on the way out. I've experienced that in the last few days," Merkel told a crowd at an election rally in Munich, southern Germany.

"We Europeans truly have to take our fate into our own hands," she added.

While Germany and Europe would strive to remain on good terms with America and Britain, "we have to fight for our own destiny," Merkel went on.

Special emphasis was needed on warm relations between Berlin and newly-elected French President Emmanuel Macron, she said.

The chancellor had just returned from a G7 summit which wound up Saturday without a deal between the US and the other six major advanced nations on upholding the 2015 Paris climate accords.

Enhanced Security Measures in Sofia Due to Levski-CSKA Football Game Tonight

The Interior Ministry reports enhanced security measures due to the football match between the eternal rivals of Levski and CSKA at the Vasil Levski Stadium downtown Sofia at 6.30 pm today.

The police officers have received the task to prevent any incidents.

The fans of both teams shall be accompanied and guarded along two different routes to the stadium with the purpose of safety, reported the Bulgarian National Radio.

Minors shall be allowed only with an adult person accompanying them and with a written declaration signed.

No guns, bombs, knives, sticks, perfumes, umbrellas, etc. are allowed into the stadium.

British Airways Hoping to Operate 'Near-Normal' Schedule

British Airways says it is "aiming to operate a near-normal schedule" after an IT failure hit thousands of passengers, reported Sky News. 
All flights were cancelled from London's Heathrow and Gatwick airports on Saturday due to what was described as a "global systems outage" blamed on a power supply issue.

Thousands of passengers were left stranded and terminals at both airports were "extremely congested", with travellers urged not to stay away.

A BA spokesman said: "We are continuing to work hard to restore all of our IT systems and are aiming to operating a near normal schedule at Gatwick and the majority of services from Heathrow on Sunday.

"We are extremely sorry for the huge disruption caused to customers throughout Saturday and understand how frustrating their experiences will have been.

19 Foreigners Without Identity Documents Were Detained in the Area of “Trayanovi Vrata” Tunnel

19 foreigners without identity documents were detained by officials from Kostenets Regional Police Department. This was announced by the Ministry of Interior press center.

Policemen responded to a signal that had arrived at noon today, about a group of people on the move around the “Trayanovi Vrata” tunnel. On the spot, the policemen detained 19 men without identity papers, who claimed to be citizens of Afghanistan.

The foreigners were taken to the Regional Departmen where their origin and identity are to be established, and then they will be handed over to the competent services.

Jens Stoltenberg Sees Bulgaria as Factor For Closer Ties of NATO, EU

 Cooperation between the European Union and NATO should become stronger, and Bulgaria has vowed to assist this process during its 2018 Presidency of the European Union.’’ This was the message of NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg who was interviewed by the Bulgarian National Television.

Stoltenberg hailed Bulgaria’s contribution into the Alliance’s regional presence in the Black Sea region as the point where Russia, NATO and the EU come closest to each other.

NATO’s Secretary General also said that Russia is a neighbor meaning the Alliance should work to boost its defense and seek closer cooperation with Moscow.

He was explicit that NATO was able to combat terrorism but only with inputs of the defense capabilities of each member-country and of NATO’s external partners.

Jens Stoltenberg went on to say he had been impressed by the clear message given by President Rumen Radev at the NATO summit – about Bulgaria’s commitment, the importance of the alliance and this country’s support and dialogue.

‘’Defense is the best way to safeguard peace and stability are the basis of the economic stability of Bulgaria and all countries’’, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told the Bulgarian National Television.

G7 Summit Ends Deadlocked on Climate Change

German leader Angela Merkel said on Saturday that US President Donald Trump's G7 partners remained in the dark about his intentions on climate change, calling the debate at a summit in Sicily "very unsatisfactory".

"The whole discussion on the topic of climate was very difficult, not to say very unsatisfactory" Merkel said, as the two-day G7 summit of some of the world's wealthiest nations in the seaside town of Taormina, Sicily, drew to a close.

A final G7 communique on Saturday said that all member countries - except the USA - had reaffirmed their "strong commitment" to abide by the 2015 Paris climate agreement to rein in greenhouse gas emissions.

Trump says he will make a final decision on whether the US will stay in the Paris climate agreement next week.

Backing out of the climate accord had been a central plank of Trump's campaign. Trump once proclaimed global warming a Chinese hoax.

The US is the world's biggest carbon emitter after China.

Italy was disappointed not to receive more backing for its call to open up more legal channels for immigration to try to slow the flow of people risking their lives to reach Europe on flimsy boats from lawless Libya..

Reuters reported that a European diplomat, who declined to be named, said: "There was very strong opposition by the Americans and British who wanted to refocus on security and water down the expansive language on freedom of movement."

The G7 also stated that they are ready if necessary to slap extra sanctions on Russia if it continues failing to honour its commitments on Ukraine, the summit declaration reads. 

"Sanctions can be rolled back when Russia meets its commitments. However, we also stand ready to take further restrictive measures in order to increase costs on Russia should its actions so require," the final statement read.

The G7, urged on by Japan, also adopted common language against North Korea after a series of missile tests by the nuclear-armed nation. The G7 statement said that North Korea poses an increasing threat of a "grave nature" to international peace and security.

The G7 leaders also reached agreement on improving cooperation against terrorism in the wake of the bomb attack on a concert in Manchester on Monday night that left 22 people dead and dozens wounded.

There was relief that Trump agreed to language on trade in the final G7 communique that commits to a rules-based international trade system.

The final declaration pledged to "fight against protectionism," whilst "standing firm" against "unfair" trade practices.

The G7 is an informal gathering that meets every year under a rotating chairmanship. Its decisions are not binding as an international treaty would be, simply representing the leaders' political commitments.

The final communique was just six pages long, against 32 pages last year, with diplomats saying the leaders wanted a simpler document to help them reach a wider audience.

The G7 countries are: Canada, France, Italy, Japan, Germany, the US, and the UK. The European Union also attends.

Minister Valentin Radev: 'We are Determined to Take All Measures to Stop the Rising Mortality on the Bulgaria's Roads'

''We are determined to take all measures to stop rising mortality on the roads.'' The Interior Minister Valentin Radev said this after an extraordinary meeting in the Council of Ministers, FOCUS News Agency reported.

"You know that there has been an increase in the road fatalities over the past few months. Since 2014, there has been an upward spike, and this is particularly worrying about the prime minister, and he decides to bring us today, even though it is a Saturday night, to offer quick measures literally for weeks to a maximum of one month to stop this increase in deaths'', Said Minister Radev.

"We have had a very serious debate. Various measures have been identified. One of these is a change in the legislation. We hope that within the short deadlines that are ordered, with the help of colleagues from other ministries, we will be able to master this process. "he added.


Computer Problems Cause Flight Delays: British Airways

Computer problems are causing delays for British Airways passengers worldwide, the airline has said, reported BBC.

The carrier apologised for the "global system outage" and said it was "working to resolve the the problem as quickly as possible".

Heathrow Airport said it was "working closely" with BA to solve the issue.

It is not known how many flights are affected but passengers have reported issues with flights to and from Heathrow, Gatwick and Belfast.

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