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The Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) won’t invite The Left in the new alliance it plans to form with parties from the centre-left spectrum and patriotic organizations, leader Kornelia Ninova told journalists in Pleven on Saturday. She said that
Following a five-hour debate on Saturday, the National Council of Yes, Bulgaria from the power-sharing Democratic Bulgaria coalition, decided unanimously to begin preparations to update its programme, establish Democratic Bulgaria as a leading
Patriarch Neophyte's health condition is improving, Emil Velinov, head of the Protocol Department at the Holy Synod of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church, told BTA on Saturday. Due to lung disease, the head of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church was
GERB leader Boyko Borissov participated in the GERB Youth National Winter Academy which took place in Sliven on Saturday. On December 3, GERB will celebrate 17 years of its establishment. The forum was attended by some 160 representatives of youth structures of GERB from all across the country.
Economy and Industry Minister Bogdan Bogdanov participated in an online ministerial meeting on the European Solar Photovoltaic (PV) industry with European Commissioner for the Internal Market Thierry Breton, and other EU economy ministers, said the Economy Ministry on Friday.
Deputy Energy Minister Nikolai Nikolov is attending the World Nuclear Exhibition which takes place every two years in Paris and brings together leaders of the nuclear industry. Diversification of nuclear fuel for Kozloduy N-plant, future projects
Conferring with Chinese Ambassador Dong Xiaojun, Bulgarian Tourism Minister Zaritza Dinkova said that her ministry will work to expand Bulgarian-Chinese initiatives boosting tourism exchanges and investment, the Tourism Ministry said in a press release on Friday.
The economic and social councils of Spain and Bulgaria signed an agreement of cooperation and exchange of information at an official ceremony at the Fernan Nunez Palace in Madrid, the Embassy of Bulgaria in Spain said on its official website on Friday.
The 50th edition of the International Book Fair will take place in Sofia between December 5 and 10, Sofia Municipality said in a press release on Friday. The event is organized by the Bulgarian Book Association (BBA) and will be held under the motto "We Create Stories. We Create History".
The December Spanish-language edition of National Geographic magazine devotes front and centre to the world's oldest treasure from the fifth millennium BC, which is part of the rich collection of the Archaeological Museum in Varna
The Parliamentary Committee on Culture and Media did not approve the 2024 State Budget Bill at first reading. At the Committee’s meeting on Thursday, five MPs voted in favour, six voted against and one abstained.
The policy related to inclusive education is perhaps one of the most important policies that started with the adoption of the new Pre-school and School Education Act (PSEA), Education Minister Galin Tzokov said at a discussion entitled "Inclusive Education - Problems and Solutions" which took place here on Thursday.
Since its start in 2003, the Interreg-IPA CBC Bulgaria-Turkey programme has provided considerable funding for Edirne and Kirklareli, the two Turkish provinces which border Bulgaria, Turkish Consul General in Burgas Tolga Orkun said.
Custom officers seized 27 pallets with pyrotechnic articles in a truck at the Dunav Most Border Checkpoint, the Customs Agency said here on Monday.
Some 63,000 people in 60 localities in the county of Constanta, Romania, still have no electricity due to the heavy snowfall and strong blizzards that occurred there on Sunday, local authorities reported. There are also failures in water distribution networks in 45 localities.
Serbian Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Goran Vesic Thursday said that in addition to the construction of the Nis-Dimitrovgrad railway line, Serbia is working with Bulgaria on a link between the Port of Vidin and Zajecar and a