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Federer sweeps Dimitrov aside in Rotterdam final
Grigor Dimitrov has now lost all seven meetings against Roger Federer after losing the Rotterdam Open final 2-6, 2-6 on February 18 in less than an hour. For Federer, it […]
Memorial to Bulgarian Liberation hero Levski unveiled at embassy in Athens
A memorial to Vassil Levski was unveiled at the Bulgarian embassy in Greek capital Athens on February 18, the day Bulgaria marks the 145th anniversary of the execution of the […]
Second US Navy Sixth Fleet destroyer enters Black Sea
Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Carney joined USS Ross in the Black Sea to conduct maritime security operations on February 17, the US Navy Sixth Fleet said. A second US […]
Bulgarian Foreign Ministry: Lukov March was demonstration of xenophobia, discrimination and hatred
Bulgaria’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on February 18 that it categorically condemns the demonstration of xenophobia, discrimination and hatred, known as the Lukov March, held the previous night in […]
2018 Lukov March goes ahead in Sofia, joined by foreign far-right groups
Supporters of Neo-Nazi and far-right groups from Russia, Germany, Hungary and Greece joined the hundreds of torch-bearing participants in the annual Lukov March on February 17 2018, which proceeded through […]
Bulgarian Foreign Minister: EU Western Balkans strategy ‘good platform’ for speeding reforms
The European Commission’s strategy for the Western Balkans provides a good platform for accelerating reforms and strengthening the European prospects of the countries in the region, Bulgarian Foreign Minister Ekaterina […]
What’s On: 2018 Vinaria international wine festival in Plovdiv opens on February 21
The annual Vinaria international wine festival is to be held at the International Fair Plovdiv from February 21 to 25 2018. Currently, tastings are being held from February 16 to […]
Bulgaria swoops on cheating taxis at Sofia Airport, bus stations
Inspectors from Bulgaria’s Motor Vehicle Administration and the police economic crimes squad have carried out more than 800 special checks on taxis at Sofia Airport and elsewhere, catching a number […]
Playing Peevski in the middle: Borissov vs Radev
Bulgaria has been treated to the spectacle of a reverse custody battle, as the country’s Prime Minister and its President have each sought to associate the other with the controversial […]
Bulgarian President on ‘Macedonia’ name dispute: No geographical terms that could be seen as claims on Bulgaria
For Bulgaria, it is important that a future name for the Republic of Macedonia does not include a geographical identifier that could be interpreted as a claim on Bulgarian territory, […]
Mogherini: Steps by Athens and Skopje on ‘name dispute’ extremely encouraging
The recent steps that Athens and Skopje have taken on the dispute over the use of the name “Macedonia” are extremely encouraging for the future, EU foreign policy chief Federica […]
Bulgarian PM Borissov discusses infrastructure, migration crisis with Turkish counterpart Yildirim
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov held talks with his Turkish counterpart Binali Yildirim on February 16 while attending the annual Munich Security Conference, the Bulgarian government media service said. The […]
Amid controversy, Bulgarian Football Union chief Mihailov wins new term
a football on a green football soccer pitchBorislav Mihailov secured another term as president of the Bulgarian Football Union (BFU) at the association’s congress held in Sofia on February 16, but his election stirred controversy after a […]
US congressmen call on Bulgaria’s Parliament Speaker and government to condemn Lukov March
The Republican head of the US House of Representatives’ foreign affairs committee and the ranking member, a Democrat, have sent a letter to the Speaker of the Bulgarian Parliament calling […]
Kosovo’s 10th anniversary of independence: Successes and failures
On February 17, the Republic of Kosovo celebrates the 10th anniversary of its independence. In a decade, the state has built its institutions and a parliamentary system, which does have numerous […]
Lukov and his Legionnaires: The record speaks
The organisers of the 2018 Lukov March, at a news conference this week, denied that the general in whose honour the march is held was an anti-Semite – even resorting […]
Bulgarian Parliament overturns presidential veto on farmland use
Bulgarian MPs voted on February 15 to overturn President Roumen Radev’s veto on the bill meant to modify the rules for changing the status of lands designated for agricultural use. The […]
Bulgaria annual CPI records 1.8% inflation in January
Bulgaria’s annual consumer price index (CPI) recorded 1.8 per cent inflation in January, down one percentage point compared to a month earlier, with prices up 0.3 per cent on a […]
Sofia mayor Fandukova: Lukov March has no place in this city
Sofia mayor Yordanka Fandukova has underlined the municipality’s rejection of the Lukov March planned for February 17, saying that it has “no place” in the city. Fandukova was speaking at […]
Bulgarian National Art Gallery to use 1.7M leva bequest from emigre in Australia to buy new artworks
The Bulgarian National Art Gallery in Sofia is to use the 1.7 million leva (about 869 000 euro) bequeathed to it by an emigre who died in Australia in 2016 […]
Borissov’s GERB demands resignation of socialist Deputy Speaker over ‘People’s Court’ declaration
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov’s GERB party has demanded the resignation of opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party MP Valeri Zhablyanov as Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly because of his description […]
Bulgarian and Macedonian cabinet ministers meet after good-neighbourliness treaty takes effect
The transport ministers of Bulgaria and Macedonia were scheduled to meet on February 15 to discuss development of road, rail and digital infrastructure connecting the two countries, a sequel to […]
Protest against ‘Lukov March’ to be held in Sofia on February 17
A protest against the 2018 Lukov March is to be held in Bulgaria’s capital Sofia on February 17 at noon, hours before the 5.30pm start of the annual torchlight parade […]
Bulgaria’s co-ordinator against anti-Semitism, GERB party strongly condemn ‘Lukov March’
Bulgaria’s National Co-ordinator against Anti-Semitism Georg Georgiev has issued a strong statement condemning the “Lukov March” planned for February 17 2018 as a shameful event and as as march of […]
Third false start in Bulgaria’s Corporate Commercial Bank embezzlement trial
Bulgaria’s special criminal court was unable on February 14 to start proceedings in the trial related to the collapse of the Corporate Commercial Bank, an expected outcome in what is […]
Bulgaria records 0.8% economic growth in Q4 2017 – flash estimate
Bulgaria’s economy posted 0.8 per cent growth in the fourth quarter of 2017, the National Statistical Institute (NSI) said in a flash estimate on February 14. In real terms, gross domestic […]
Bulgaria’s Plovdiv holds fourth annual ‘Cafe of Tolerance’ gathering
Representatives of various religions and ethnicities were set to gather on February 14 2018 at the Dzhumaya mosque in Bulgaria’s second city Plovdiv for the fourth annual “Cafe of Tolerance”. […]
Bulgaria hikes pay for MPs, Prime Minister and President
Bulgarian President Roumen Radev, Prime Minister Boiko Borissov and his Cabinet, as well as MPs and other public office-bearers are all getting salary increases on the basis of a formula […]
Bulgaria electoral authority to ask MPs to defer introduction of electronic voting
Bulgaria’s Central Election Commission (CEC) tabled a report to the country’s National Assembly recommending that MPs postpone the introduction of electronic voting, which currently is slated to be used for […]
Bulgaria employment agency cracks down on posted worker intermediaries
Bulgaria’s employment agency said on February 13 that it had repealed the licences of 16 firms that acted as intermediaries for posted workers from 2015 until 2017. The agency did […]

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