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      Bulgaria’s Foreign Minister Zaharieva visits Ukraine
      Sep17

      Bulgaria’s Foreign Minister Zaharieva visits Ukraine

      Bulgaria’s Deputy Premier and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva is paying an official visit to Ukraine. Minister Zagharieva is to discuss with her counterpart Dmytro Kuleba the EU-Ukraine relations within the frameworks of the Eastern Partnership and Bulgaria’s support for Ukraine’s EU integration. Ministers...

      220 athletes take part in Kyustendil marathon
      Sep13

      220 athletes take part in Kyustendil marathon

      220 athletes from 10 countries are taking part in the first edition of the Kyustendil marathon today, with prize fund 10,000 euro. The event is on the calendar of the Bulgarian and the Balkan athletics federations, bgathletic.com writes. Competitors from Bulgaria, Turkey, North Macedonia, Romania, Albania, Ukraine etc., are taking part in the...

      From Kyrgyzstan to Bulgaria in the footsteps of our ancestors
      Sep12

      From Kyrgyzstan to Bulgaria in the footsteps of our ancestors

      Kyrgyzstan, located in the Tian Shan Mountains in Central Asia, is little known in Bulgaria. Except, perhaps, with Lenin peak and the peak of Khan-Tengry located on the border between Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan, climbed by Bulgarian alpine climbers. And yet one of the pearls scattered around the world from the necklace of the Bulgarian people can...

      Covid-19 in Bulgaria: Day 186
      Sep09

      Covid-19 in Bulgaria: Day 186

      Almost one-fifth of Bulgarian patients with active Covid-19 infection admitted to hospital 167 cases of Covid-19 were confirmed in Bulgaria in the past 24 hours out of 3,923 PCR tests performed. 4.26% of all PCR tests have returned positive, data from the Single Coronavirus Information Portal show. The number of newly registered cases is highest...

      Heroes of Sevastopol ferry ceases operations
      Sep01

      Heroes of Sevastopol ferry ceases operations

      Heroes of Sevastopol (Geroite na Sevastopol) which is the last ship of the ferryboat line Varna- Chermomorsk- Poti has ceased operations. The vessel is owned by the state-owned company Bulgarian Marine Qualification Center, but no vessel operator voiced willingness to rent the ship due to bad market sentiment. The railway-ferry line between Varna...

      Eco-activists look for sustainable solutions for Tundzha, Prut and Dnieper rivers
      Aug27

      Eco-activists look for sustainable solutions for Tundzha, Prut and Dnieper rivers

      The carelessly discarded plastic cup can easily reach the nearby river and wastewater can pollute its waters even further. However, humans can not only destroy. They can create and build things as well. This is proven by the Earth Forever Foundation which, together with three foreign non-governmental organizations will seek environmental...

      Day 44 of protests: Cinema at Eagles’ Bridge and counter-protest at Romanian Embassy in Sofia
      Aug22

      Day 44 of protests: Cinema at Eagles’ Bridge and counter-protest at Romanian Embassy in Sofia

      The 44th day of anti-government protests in Bulgaria ended peacefully. At the initiative of the BOEC association, the BNT building was blocked twice with a request for the director general Emil Koshlukov to resign. Later, the traditional procession on the yellow cobblestones took place, which stopped in front of the National Assembly building as...

      Covid-19 in Bulgaria: Day 157
      Aug11

      Covid-19 in Bulgaria: Day 157

      Arrivals in Bulgaria from United Arab Emirates no longer required to show negative PCR test As of today, 11 August, arrivals in Bulgaria from the United Arab Emirates are not required to have a negative PCR test, reads an order by Minister of Health Prof. Kostadin Angelov from today. A negative PCR test is not required of persons arriving in...

      Arrivals in Bulgaria from United Arab Emirates no longer required to show negative PCR test
      Aug11

      Arrivals in Bulgaria from United Arab Emirates no longer required to show negative PCR test

      As of today, 11 August, arrivals in Bulgaria from the United Arab Emirates are not required to have a negative PCR test, reads an order by Minister of Health Prof. Kostadin Angelov from today. A negative PCR test is not required of persons arriving in Bulgaria from the countries members of the EU, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern...

      Covid-19 in Bulgaria: Day 155
      Aug09

      Covid-19 in Bulgaria: Day 155

      Bulgaria ranks second in Covid-19 mortality in EuropeBulgaria and the United Kingdom share the second place in coronavirus mortality in the last two weeks in Europe with 1.4/100,000, according to the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). Romania is first with 2.4/100,000. In terms of morbidity this country ranks sixth with...