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  • Sofia, Monday, November 23, 2020, No.275

    Press - Review Sofia, November 22 (BTA) - "Telegraph" (the only print daily that comes out on Sunday) leads on a surge of interest in the services of clairvoyants, astrologers and psychics, who are inundated with requests for help against the pandemic and lockdown-impai...

  • Sofia, Saturday, November 21, 2020, No.274

    Parliament Determines Scope of People Entitled to Personal Care Sofia - The National Assembly Friday passed conclusively amendments to the Personal Care Act determining, as of the start of 2021, the scope of people entitled to personal care depending on the actual need for suc...

  • Sofia, Friday, November 20, 2020, No.273

    Parliament Upholds Presidential Veto on Legal Revisions Criminalizing Unauthorized Carriage of Passengers Sofia - Parliament Thursday upheld a presidential veto on revisions to the Commercial Navigation Code, which criminalize the unauthorized public transport of passengers a...

  • Sofia, Thursday, November 19, 2020, No.272

    Sofia Laments Skopje's Intransigence in Bilateral Disputes Sofia - Bulgaria has always demonstrated consistency, predictability, transparency and constructiveness, but despite all its acts of goodneighbourliness, Skopje never changed the essence of its policy towards Bulga...

  • Sofia, Wednesday, November 18, 2020, No.271

    Foreign Minister: "Bulgaria Can Approve EU Negotiating Framework with Albania, but Not with North Macedonia" Sofia - During a video conference of the EU General Affairs Council on Tuesday, Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva said that her ...

  • Sofia, Tusday, November 17, 2020, No.270

    Tackling Shortage of Hospital Capacity, Medical Staff and Medicines Prioritized in COVID-19 Response Sofia - As COVID-19 cases in Bulgaria surge, the Government is struggling to cope with a shortage of hospital capacity, medical staff and medicines, incurring criticism from d...

  • Sofia, Monday, November 16, 2020, No.269

    Press - Review Sofia, November 15 (BTA) - THE HOME SCENE Mediapool.bg writes that the Bulgarian Medical Association has urged the government to adopt legilslative amendments which will allow the sale of over-the-counter medicines at supermarkets, shops and petrol stati...