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Bulgarian authorities on alert amid forecasts of heavy rains, strong winds and possible floods
District governors and municipal mayors in Bulgaria have been ordered to take preventative measures to safeguard people and counter flooding amid forecasts that the weekend of June 23 and 24 […]
Turkish elections and Erdogan’s second-round nightmare
Turkey will experience one of the most crucial electoral battles in its history on June 24, as the winner of the elections will take on a post with large executive […]
Bulgaria Agriculture Minister: Million eggs to be withdrawn from market because of bird flu
More than a million eggs are to be withdrawn from the Bulgarian market because of outbreaks of bird flu in the country, Agriculture Minister Roumen Porozhanov said in a June […]
Bulgarian PM extols country’s economic development at 2018 Plovdiv Economic Forum
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov used a lengthy opening address to the Plovdiv Economic Forum on June 21 to portray his country’s improving economic development and stable outlook. “We have […]
Bulgarian President Radev in Belgrade: Reconciliation in the Balkans needed for European future
The historic reconciliation on which a united Europe is built must be achieved in the Balkans as well, Bulgarian President Roumen Radev told a news conference in Belgrade on June […]
Factfile: Bulgaria Corporate Commercial Bank insolvency four years on
Four years after the official insolvency date of the Corporate Commercial Bank (CCB), Bulgaria’s fourth-largest lender by assets at the time of its demise, these are some of the major […]
Bulgaria participates in international ‘Operation Thunderstorm’ against illegal trade in wildlife and timber
Bulgaria was a participant in international “Operation Thunderstorm”, which targeted people and networks behind the global wildlife illegal trade, European police agency Europol said on June 21. Operation Thunderstorm targeted […]
Bulgaria legislates handing of air passenger and crew data to security agency
Bulgaria’s Parliament approved on June 21 the second reading of amendments to the State Agency for National Security Act, obliging air carriers to transmit the data of passengers and crew […]
European Commission opens anti-trust investigation into Qatar’s LNG deals
The European Commission said on June 21 that it opened a formal investigation into Qatar’s exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to the European economic area (EEA) in order to […]
Bulgarian PM meets Greek business people at Plovdiv Economic Forum
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov held talks with Greek business executives at the two-day Plovdiv Economic Forum, which opened on June 21. Greek investors are interested in redirecting new capital […]
Bulgaria has lowest percentage in the EU of people who work from home
Bulgaria has the lowest percentage of people who work from home, at just 0.3 per cent, according to figures released on June 21 by EU statistics agency Eurostat. The percentage […]
EU agrees new rules on mutual recognition of asset freezing and confiscation orders
The Council of the EU, following a provisional agreement with the European Parliament, agreed on June 20 new rules concerning the mutual recognition of freezing and confiscation orders. The new […]
Exhibition ‘Europe of Cartoonists’ at House of Europe in Sofia until June 30
An exhibition entitled “Europe of Cartoonists’ is on at the House of Europe at 124 Rakovski Street in Sofia until June 30. The exhibition features the work of contemporary cartoonists […]
FDI in Bulgaria in January-April 2018 was 113M euro
Foreign direct investment in Bulgaria in the first four months of 2018 stood at 113 million euro, the equivalent of 0.2 per cent of the gross domestic product (GDP), according […]
Bulgaria to provide ‘expert’ support for Euro-Atlantic integration of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bulgaria will assist Bosnia and Herzegovina in the process of preparing for EU accession and improving co-operation with Nato, the government in Sofia said on June 20. “The two countries […]
Bulgarian government approves changes to Foreigners Act regulations
The Bulgarian government approved changes to regulations on the implementation of the Foreigners Act on June 20, arising from changes to Bulgarian legislation and European Union rules. A government statement […]
Europol: ‘Terrorist threat in EU remains high’
The terrorist threat in the European Union remains high in spite of the decline of the so-called “Islamic State” in Iraq and Syria, European policy agency Europol said on June […]
Simeonov slams Borissov’s acceptance of deputy minister’s resignation over expensive flights
In the latest ructions in Bulgaria’s ruling coalition, Deputy Prime Minister Valeri Simeonov has publicly criticised Prime Minister Boiko Borissov for accepting the resignation of a deputy minister who was […]
Bulgarian government votes funding for holding of China-CEE ’16+1' summit in July 2018
Bulgaria’s Cabinet has approved additional funding for the holding of the China – Central and Eastern Europe “16+1” summit in Sofia on July 6 and 7 and the official visit […]
Bulgaria among 8 EU countries set for special summit on migration on June 24
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker is convening an informal working meeting on migration and asylum issues in Brussels on June 24, bringing together leaders from eight European Union countries including […]
Parliament in Skopje ratifies ‘Republic of North Macedonia’ name agreement
With 69 votes in favour and none against, Parliament in Skopje voted on June 20 to ratify the name agreement with Greece. Through this agreement, the country is to be […]
Bulgaria has lowest prices for alcohol, tobacco, restaurants, hotels and clothing in EU – Eurostat
Price levels for consumer goods and services in Bulgaria are the lowest in the European Union, at less than half the average for the bloc, according to EU statistics agency […]
Opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party tables vote of no confidence in Borissov government
The opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party tabled a motion of no confidence in Prime Minister Boiko Borissov’s coalition government on June 20, citing what the party called the failures in the […]
Number of newspapers in Bulgaria continues to drop, along with circulation – statistics institute
A total of 245 newspapers were published in Bulgaria in 2017, a decrease of 17 compared with 2016, according to figures released on June 20 by the National Statistical Institute […]
EU criticises US withdrawal from UN Human Rights Council
The European Union has criticised the decision by the United States to withdraw from the United Nations Human Rights Council, saying that it “risks undermining the role of the US as a champion […]
Bulgarian deputy minister resigns over expensive air ticket controversy
Bulgarian Deputy Minister of Labour and Social Policy Rositsa Dimitrova has resigned following controversy over her trip to a conference in New York for which taxpayers shelled out 8300 leva […]
Zaev: Gruevski accepted the terms Upper and Northern Macedonia in 2012-2013
Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, in an interview with Skopje TV channel 5, said that in the 2012-2013 negotiations, then-Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski and his VMRO-DPMNE party had accepted the terms […]
Bulgaria had lowest GDP per capita in EU in 2017 – Eurostat
Bulgaria had the lowest GDP per capita in the European Union in 2017, about 49 per cent of the EU average, according to figures released on June 19 by the […]
Students star as American College of Sofia holds annual Arts Fest
The annual Arts Fest at the American College of Sofia was an opportunity for the students to shine, on stage and in every aspect of performance. Weeks of rehearsals culminated […]
Pre-premiere of #minaret to open One Dance Week in Plovdiv on September 21
The pre-premiere of #minaret by the star of the Arab region Omar Rajeh will open the 11th One Dance Week festival on September 21 2018 at 7.30pm in the Boris Hristov House […]

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