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      Elisaveta Belobradova about the magnetism of Bessarabia and the Bulgarians living there
      Nov18

      Elisaveta Belobradova about the magnetism of Bessarabia and the Bulgarians living there

      Bessarabia, a region named after the Wallachian voevod dynasty Basarab, was part of the Bulgarian state up until the end of the 10th century. After that the territory was conquered by Kipchaks, Pechenegs and Mongols, as well as by Basarabs in the 14th century. These lands remained part of the Ottoman Empire until 1812, when, after one of the...

      Mikhailo Parashchuk from Ukraine, the man who crafted the ornaments on some of Bulgaria’s most emblematic buildings
      Nov07

      Mikhailo Parashchuk from Ukraine, the man who crafted the ornaments on some of Bulgaria’s most emblematic buildings

      Looking up at the stately public buildings from the first half of the 20th century, what strikes onlookers most are the sculptural and architectural elements that lend the final touches to the atmosphere these buildings create. But whose are the ornaments on the facades of the buildings of the National Library, Sofia University, the National...

      Invasive species and over-fishing reduce fish stocks in the Black Sea
      Oct31

      Invasive species and over-fishing reduce fish stocks in the Black Sea

      The last day of October is marked as International Black Sea Day. Today marks the 23rd anniversary of the signing of the Convention for the Protection of the Black Sea against Pollution from the six Black Sea countries – Bulgaria, Romania, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine and Georgia. In 1996, the governments of the Black Sea countries recognized that...

      University students from the Bulgarian diaspora not to pay tuition fees
      Oct31

      University students from the Bulgarian diaspora not to pay tuition fees

      Exemption from tuition fees for all students from the Bulgarian diaspora in Albania, Kosovo, Moldova, Northern Macedonia, Ukraine and Serbia, which have been adopted by acts of the Council of Ministers at Bulgarian public higher education institutions – this is a measure envisaged in a project of the Ministry of Education, which will change 4...

      Rayna Mandzhukova: Bessarabian Bulgarians are more and more often talking to their children in Russian
      Oct29

      Rayna Mandzhukova: Bessarabian Bulgarians are more and more often talking to their children in Russian

      On 29 October Bessarabian Bulgarians mark their day. But more important than the day itself is the idea of popularizing the fact that there are such Bulgarians living in other countries. The first Bulgarians to have settled in the lands of the historical geographic region of Bessarabia in 1773 were invited to leave the village of Alfatar near...

      Bulgaria drops down from 59th to 61st position in World Bank’s Doing Business 2020 annual ranking
      Oct24

      Bulgaria drops down from 59th to 61st position in World Bank’s Doing Business 2020 annual ranking

      Bulgaria dropped down from the 59th to the 61st position in the Doing Business 2020 annual ranking of the World Bank. The report of the financial institution assesses the reforms in the national economies in terms of business environment, poverty levels, regulatory efficiency, promotion of entrepreneurship, startups, innovations, access to...

      Foreign diplomats establish club of ambassadors speaking Bulgarian
      Oct16

      Foreign diplomats establish club of ambassadors speaking Bulgarian

      The Ambassadors of 15 countries to Bulgaria established a Club of Ambassadors speaking Bulgarian language. The purpose of the new club is to meet the diplomats with representatives of the Bulgarian state, cultural, public and business elite. It was established by the Ambassadors of Poland, the Republic of North Macedonia, Slovenia, Azerbaijan,...

      Balkan Developments
      Oct07

      Balkan Developments

      Change of government in PristinaThe Kosovo opposition – the leftist Self-Determination Party and the center-right Democratic League of Kosovo have won the parliamentary elections. For the first time in Pristina, young politicians who do not come from the ranks of the former Kosovo Liberation Army take the rule. Whoever takes power in Kosovo faces...

      Black Sea oceanographic expedition studies human impact on marine ecosystem
      Sep29

      Black Sea oceanographic expedition studies human impact on marine ecosystem

      Romanian research vessel Mare Nigrum has been conducting an oceanographic expedition in the Bulgarian territorial waters of the Black Sea. The initiative is part of an international project aimed at assessing the effects of human actions on the Black Sea ecosystem and developing methodologies that allow for the collection of new marine...

      Minister Krasimir Karakachanov: Russia is not the only country carrying out intelligence activities in Bulgaria
      Sep19

      Minister Krasimir Karakachanov: Russia is not the only country carrying out intelligence activities in Bulgaria

      The Bulgarian counterintelligence is following all attempts of foreign factors, whether they are states or other entities, which are trying to interfere in this country’s internal policy. This is what Bulgaria’s Deputy Premier and Minister of Defense Krasimir Karakachanov said on occasion of the so-called espionage scandal when the...