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      Bulgaria’s Bansko becomes extreme sports cinema venue
      Feb16

      Bulgaria’s Bansko becomes extreme sports cinema venue

      In the period February 20 to February 22, Bansko mountain resort hosts the traditional event “Snow Cinema – Skiing and Snowboarding Movies”. The program includes extreme sports films that reveal the great challenges to one’s will and spirit. The panorama also features winter sports topics such as lifestyle and mountaineering....

      Bulgaria to open museum of Hristo Botev in Zadunaevka, Ukraine
      Feb11

      Bulgaria to open museum of Hristo Botev in Zadunaevka, Ukraine

      Vice President Iliana Yotova presented, to the Council for Work with Bulgarians Abroad, an initiative for creating a museum of Hristo Botev in the village of Zadunaevka in Ukraine. The house belonging to Toma Vakarenkov, in which Botev lived while a schoolteacher there, was bought by the Bulgarian consulate-general in 2016, and has been...

      Remembering climber Boyan Petrov: To me eight-thousanders are outer space
      Feb07

      Remembering climber Boyan Petrov: To me eight-thousanders are outer space

      Concentration and discipline – these are, to my mind, two keywords in mountain climbing, said, in an interview, eminent mountain climber Boyan Petrov on a hot summer day – 13 August, 2012. Today he would have turned 47. Full of energy and open to all things positive in any situation, with a wide smile and shrewd eyes, Boyan Petrov made thousands...

      Galina Durmushliiska: For me singing is happiness and therapy of a kind
      Feb01

      Galina Durmushliiska: For me singing is happiness and therapy of a kind

      Galina Dormushliiska is an iconic name in Bulgarian folklore. And not just in folklore music from the region of Dobrudzha but in traditional culture as such. Galina Dormushliiska was born in Vedrina village near Dobrich. Her talent for music, noticed early on by specialists, has helped her in her performing career in Bulgaria and in other...

      Fewer judgements against Bulgaria at European Court of Human Rights in 2019
      Jan31

      Fewer judgements against Bulgaria at European Court of Human Rights in 2019

      For the first time since 1996 Bulgaria has dropped out of the top 10 of countries with the most judgements against the country in the European Court of Human Rights, the court’s annual report shows. With 13 judicial decisions, the country is down from 8th to 11th place in the number of infringement decisions, in which the court has found...

      Turkish Stream has delivered 460 million cubic meters of gas to Turkish-Bulgarian border
      Jan28

      Turkish Stream has delivered 460 million cubic meters of gas to Turkish-Bulgarian border

      Since January 1, when Russian gas sales to Turkey and Europe started, the Turkish Stream pipeline has delivered 1 billion cubic meters of gas. About 54% of this volume was aimed for the Turkish market, and about 46% was delivered to the Turkish-Bulgarian border, Russian Energy Company Gazprom has informed. Turkish Stream is planned to replace the...

      Balkan Developments
      Jan27

      Balkan Developments

      Strong quake in Turkey claims lives of 31 people31 people died in the strong earthquake that his Eastern turkey on Friday. The epicenter of the quake with a magnitude of 6.8 on the Richter scale that hit Elazig province was in the small coastal town of Sivrice. The earthquake was also felt in neighboring towns and countries. Rescue operations...

      Students of Bulgarian descent to be exempt from paying university fees in Bulgaria
      Jan24

      Students of Bulgarian descent to be exempt from paying university fees in Bulgaria

      Students from the Bulgarian diaspora in Albania, Kosovo, Moldova, North Macedonia, Ukraine and Serbia will be exempt from paying fees for their studies in Bulgarian universities. The Bulgarian cabinet decided that these students will receive scholarships amounting to EUR 123 per month in the first year of their studies. The decision concerns the...

      Jens Stoltenberg: Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey are valuable partners in the Black Sea
      Jan10

      Jens Stoltenberg: Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey are valuable partners in the Black Sea

      The Black Sea is of strategic importance for NATO and we are constantly assessing the need to further strengthen our presence, NATO’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said at a joint press conference with Romania’s Premier Ludovic Orban. We have to remember that three of our member states are littoral states to the Black Sea:...

      Balkan developments
      Jan06

      Balkan developments

      Zoran Milanović wins presidential elections in Croatia The former prime minister of Croatia Zoran Milanović won the second round of the presidential elections in Croatia with almost 53 percent of the vote. Former head of state from the ruling Croatian Democratic Union Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović won 47 percent of the votes. 53-year old Milanović is...