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Pubblicato da Hoepli il nuovo dizionario Bulgaro-Italiano/Italiano-Bulgaro di Iliana Krapova
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Former minister for EU presidency: Putin likely to visit Bulgaria in 2018
Russian president Vladimir Putin has been invited to visit Bulgaria in 2018, when the country celebrates 140 years of liberation from Ottoman rule, former caretaker minister for the EU presidency […]
Bulgarian transport workers suspend protest at Kulata checkpoint after ‘most’ demands met
Bulgarian transport workers who protested at the Kulata border checkpoint with Greece on May 29 ended the protest after talks with authorities who agreed to meet the bulk of their […]
Agriculture Minister: Wine industry is a leader in agriculture in Bulgaria
The wine industry is a leader in agriculture in Bulgaria and deserves to take its place in the development of the country’s economic policy, Agriculture and Food Minister Roumen Porozhanov […]
Zaev announces names of proposed new coalition government of Macedonia
The Republic of Macedonia’s prime minister-designate Zoran Zaev has completed his governing cabinet, which is to include 25 ministries, seven of them ministers without portfolio, and is comprised of the coalition between […]
Sofia Mayor Fandakova: Statements on construction projects, security and pollution
Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova made some interesting announcements on several big construction projects in the Bulgarian capital. She also commented on the alarming air pollution in Sofia. The Mayor was […]
Union of Bulgarian Transport Workers to protest at Kulata border checkpoint with Greece on May 29
The Union of Bulgarian Transport Workers says that it is going ahead with a protest at the Kulata border checkpoint with Greece on May 29, contradicting a statement by Bulgaria’s […]
Shaken, not stirred: Boulevard Dondukov in Sofia to be renovated
How do Bulgarians rock their babies to sleep? By taking them for a ride on Boulevard Dondukov. How do Bulgarians shake their Margarita? They hold the glass while driving along […]
Top cleric complains of absence of Bulgarian Orthodox Church clergy at Radev’s audience with Pope Francis
The Bulgarian Orthodox Church Metropolitan of Western and Central Europe, Anthony, has complained that none of the church’s clergy were present when Bulgarian President Roumen Radev was received in audience […]
Moody’s maintains Bulgaria’s rating at Baa2, outlook stable
Moody’s credit ratings agency has confirmed Bulgaria’s credit rating at Baa2 with a stable outlook, citing Bulgaria’s resilient economy and the government’s strong balance sheet among the factors for its […]
40 arrests, thousands of items seized, in Bulgaria, Turkey and France in operation against illegal trade in archaeological objects
A total of 40 people were arrested in Bulgaria, Turkey and France and about 5500 items seized as police bust an illegal operation trafficking items of cultural historical value, including […]
Harlem Globetrotters: Bulgarian performances cancelled, but not the Romanian ones
Two performances by the Harlem Globetrotters in Bulgaria were cancelled, presumably because the ticket sales were disappointing. On June 3rd, the undisputed masters of handling basketballs were supposed to bring their […]
Bulgarian author Ilija Trojanow to receive Heinrich Böll Prize
The Bulgarian author Ilija Trojanow will receive this year’s Heinrich Böll Prize. The jury said, hardly any other author pursued Böll’s political engagement in a persistent and literary ambitious way like […]
“Beera” in Bulgaria: All the beer is right here
“Beera” is definitely the most unconventional beer store in Bulgaria, and probably in all of the Balkans. Philip Walsh founded the shop in the very center of Sofia. “Beera” offers […]
Opposition: Appointment of Simeonov to head National Council on Co-operation on Ethnic and Integration Issues is ‘cynicism’
The appointment of Deputy Prime Minister and nationalist United Patriots co-leader Valeri Simeonov to head Bulgaria’s National Council on Co-operation on Ethnic and Integration Issues has prompted a Roma organisation […]
Bulgarian President Radev discusses migration issues, people-trafficking, with Pope Francis
Bulgarian President Roumen Radev said that he had held a “very interesting” discussion with Pope Francis on topical issues such as the migration problem, and trafficking in people, including children. […]
Bulgarian PM Borissov: ‘We’ll buy new jet fighters when we’re ready’
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov has hit back after President Roumen Radev, a former Air Force commander, publicly criticised him about his statements hinting at a possible delay of years […]
21 foreigners have quit Bulgaria in past two years after causing fatal car crashes and injuries – report
Twenty-one foreigners responsible for fatalities and injuries in car crashes in the past two years had fled the country, local television station bTV said. It said that its examination of […]
Prosecutors lodge two charges against mayor of Bulgarian town of Assenovgrad
The Plovdiv District Prosecutor’s Office has lodged two charges, of misappropriating large sums of money and of signing false documents, against the mayor of Assenovgrad, Emil Karaivanov. Plovdiv District Prosecutor […]
Two Bulgarian Border Police among six arrested in bust of people-trafficking operation at Sofia Airport
Six people, including two Border Police, have been detained in an operation against an organised crime group that was trafficking refugees through Sofia Airport, Bulgarian Prosecutor-General Sotir Tsatsarov said on […]
Bulgarian PM meets initiators of Nobel Prize nomination for Bulgarian Orthodox Church for role in preventing deportation of Jews to Holocaust
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov has held talks with three of the initiators of the campaign for the Nobel Peace Prize to be given to the Bulgarian Orthodox Church for […]
Bulgaria watchdog ends Lukoil anti-trust probe, finds no wrongdoing
Bulgaria’s Commission for Protection of Competition (CPC) has ended its investigation of two subsidiaries of Russian privately-held oil major Lukoil, finding that that there was no evidence that either of […]
Bulgaria levies 300 000 leva fine on Montupet car parts plant in Rousse
Bulgarian authorities have imposed a fine of 300 000 leva, or about 153 400 euro, on the plant owned by French car parts manufacturer Montupet in the town of Rousse […]
War of words over Cyrillic script continues as Putin unites Bulgaria – against him
Bulgarian politicians across the political spectrum seldom agree about anything – but Russian president Vladimir Putin has inspired a rare unity among them. Against him. In the past two days, […]
Former Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos wounded in bomb attack
A bomb hidden inside an envelope has exploded in Athens inside the car of the former Greek Prime Minister, Lucas Papademos. The former Prime Minister and his driver have remained […]
Flying in circles: Bulgarian PM hints at further years of delay in acquiring new jet fighters
Bulgaria’s long-delayed process of acquiring new fighter jets for the Air Force looked set to stall again as Prime Minister Boiko Borissov hinted at continuing to use the few flying […]
Mayor of Bulgaria’s Assenovgrad municipality taken into custody a week after chief architect arrested
In an operation by the Bulgarian Special Prosecutor’s Office and the State Agency for National Security, the mayor of Assenovgrad municipality Emil Karaivanov was taken into custody on May 25. […]
Plovdiv District Court sentences man to four years in jail for Tobacco Town warehouses fire
Plovdiv District Court sentenced Lyubomir Danchev (44) to four years in jail on May 25 2017, finding him guilty of having caused the August 2016 fire that gutted former warehouses […]
Bulgaria’s environment minister orders check of air quality in village of Trud, long scene of protests over stench from biomass plant
Bulgaria’s Minister of Environment and Water, Neno Dimov, has ordered an inspection of the quality of the ambient air in Trud, a village about 10km from the country’s second city […]
Controversial former MP for Siderov’s Ataka appointed as Sofia regional governor
Bulgaria’s coalition cabinet appointed on May 25 as Sofia regional governor, former Ataka MP Ilian Todorov, a figure most in the news in recent years for having been at Volen […]
Eyebrows raised in Sofia over Putin’s claim that Slavonic script ‘came from Macedonian lands’
A statement by Russian president Vladimir Putin, at a meeting with his counterpart from Skopje, that Slavonic script “came from Macedonian lands” has caused sharply raised eyebrows in Bulgaria and […]

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