: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Section: Radio Bulgaria (Bulgaria)

      Sashka Bratanova: Being on stage – that’s what I do, what I love and what makes me happy
      Feb16

      Sashka Bratanova: Being on stage – that’s what I do, what I love and what makes me happy

      “We, you and I” is a solo performance based on poems by Miryana Basheva and music by Stefan Dimitrov. Verses and music are skilfully interwoven in the plot of the play that actress Sashka Bratanova defines as music and poetry show. Here’s one of the songs that the actress performs in it – “Neka da e lyato” (Let it be...

      Strandzha boxing tournament extended due to great interest
      Feb14

      Strandzha boxing tournament extended due to great interest

      Executive Director of the Bulgarian Boxing Federation, Svetoslav Sapundzhiev, has announced that thanks to the huge interest shown in this year’s edition of the Strandzha Cup, the tournament will be extended. The 68th edition of the boxing tournament will be held in the period February 21 to 26 February in the Sofia Hall in the Bulgarian...

      Bulgarian Patriarch Neophyte serves liturgy in Plovdiv
      Feb12

      Bulgarian Patriarch Neophyte serves liturgy in Plovdiv

      The Bulgarian Patriarch Neophyte led todaya holy liturgy at the metropolitan cathedral of Saint Marina in Plovdiv.The service that was honored by guests from other East Orthodox churches was held to mark the10th anniversary since the enthronement of Plovdiv Metropolitan Nikolay. The two-day events are dedicated to Saint Luke of Crimea – a...

      NSI: Bulgaria’s exports to non-EU countries dwindle
      Feb09

      NSI: Bulgaria’s exports to non-EU countries dwindle

      In 2016 Bulgaria’s exports to non-EU countries decreased with 5.9% as compared to 2015 and amounted to nearly EUR 7.5 billion, the National Statistical Institute informs. Turkey, China, Macedonia, Serbia, the Russian Federation and the USA are Bulgaria’s biggest non-EU trade partners. 49% of Bulgaria’s export to non-EU countries...

      Inspiration and perseverance is all you need to succeed: Eugenia Radoslava
      Feb05

      Inspiration and perseverance is all you need to succeed: Eugenia Radoslava

      Eugenia Radoslava is a pianist with a tight concert schedule. Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary, Tunisia and Israel are only some of the countries where she has been in concert either as soloist or as member of various chamber formations. She was born in Bulgaria but has for decades been living in Vienna where she received an MA degree from the...

      NATO launches military exercise Sea Shield 2017 in the Black Sea
      Feb01

      NATO launches military exercise Sea Shield 2017 in the Black Sea

      NATO’s international military exercise Sea Shield 2017 starts on February 1 in the Black Sea, Romanian information agencies announced, based on information from Romania’s Naval Forces. A total of 2.800 military men from Bulgaria, Romania, Canada, Greece, Spain, the USA, Turkey and Ukraine will participate at the training with vessels,...

      Nation that is unaware of its history is doomed to repeat it
      Feb01

      Nation that is unaware of its history is doomed to repeat it

      In 2017 the world marks 28 years since the fall of communism in Eastern Europe. Many of the crimes and repressions of the regime still remain unrevealed. Bulgaria has been imprisoned within the vicious circle of its own past over these nearly three decades and any attempt for some change clashes with the fierce opposition of the status quo. The...

      Bulgaria places 4th in mixed relay at European Biathlon Championship
      Jan29

      Bulgaria places 4th in mixed relay at European Biathlon Championship

      Bulgaria remained a place short from grabbing the bronze medals I in the mixed relay event at the European Biathlon Championship in Poland. The Bulgarian team composed of Emilia Yordanova Desislava Stoyanova, Dimitar Gerdjikov and Vladimir Iliev showed excellent performance but did not manage to grab the medals. The Bulgarian competitors used a...

      Bulgaria can look for deal with Russia over Turkish Stream pipeline: Konstantin Simonov
      Jan28

      Bulgaria can look for deal with Russia over Turkish Stream pipeline: Konstantin Simonov

      Bulgaria could possibly look for a deal with Russia over the passage of one of the Turkish Stream pipes through its territory, Russian expert Konstantin Simonov argued in an interview for the Bulgarian National Radio. He is head of the National Energy Security Fund in Russia. Simonov compared the current situation to the winter of 2009 when...

      Bulgaria’s new President will have zero freedom to take stands independently from NATO and EU: Ilian Vassilev
      Jan23

      Bulgaria’s new President will have zero freedom to take stands independently from NATO and EU: Ilian Vassilev

      The fifth President of Bulgaria has entered the Presidency building with the image of a pro-Russian politician due to his speeches in the election campaign and interviews for foreign media that the EU should lift sanctions against Russia and that Crimea is actually part of Russia, because the Russian national flag is hoisted there. Although...