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The European Spartan Exercise 2022 (ESE 2022), which Bulgaria is hosting for the fifth timeq has begun, the Defence Ministry said on Monday. This year the exercise is taking place between October 3 and 14 and involves C-27J Spartan military aircraft
The European Parliament (EP) will vote by the end of October on a new resolution urging Bulgaria and Romania to join Schengen. The aim is to put pressure on the EU Council, which has to take the final decision, an EP spokesperson told a press conference on Monday.
Democratic Bulgaria (DB) co-chairman Hristo Ivanov said on the air of bTV that GERB should unite with Vazrazhdane and the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) in forming a cabinet, like they were united in ousting the previous government
A Sofia forum discussed Thursday circular economy policies and practices in Bulgaria. It brought together businesses, government officials, diplomats and NGOS to present and discuss public policies and programs, current and future projects.
Joint decisions and actions are needed to tackle epizootic challenges, Deputy Agriculture Minister Krum Nedyalkov said, speaking at the opening Thursday of the Second International Veterinary Medical Congress in the southern city of Plovdiv.
Bulgaria is performing worst among the 27 EU member states in implementing the circular economy and ranks among the top 10 member states with the biggest carbon footprint from food, Asya Gekova of the Sofia-based Net Zero Foundation International
The Green Sofia project aims to improve cooperation between the city authorities, businesses, NGOs and citizens, in tackling the problems, project leader Elitsa Panayotova said here Thursday.
A monument to prominent Bulgarian revolutionary and writer Hristo Botev in the Japanese city of Okayama was opened with an official ceremony on Sunday, the Bulgarian Embassy in Japan said. The monument was a donation from the city hall of Plovdiv,
An exhibition by teachers from the Kiriak Kostandi Odessa Art School opened on October 2 at the Bulgarian Culture Centre in Odessa. The event was dedicated to the 170th anniversary of the birth of the artist and the professional holiday of teachers.
The Millennium Gallery in Sofia hosts a retrospective exhibition of artist Peter Pironkov which opens on October 5, the organizers said. Art expert Lyubomir Stoykov and professor in the National Academy of Art will host the opening ceremony. Says Stoykov about the upcoming exhibition: "These magnificent works are rather a panopticum or an original mix of the artist's personal discoveries in the capitals and big cities in Europe, as well as in various strange locations. These are inventions which he interprets captivatingly in the directions of significant human states, beliefs and values".
Sixth grader Boryana Angelova won the first place for A1 level among all participants in the international round of the world's largest English language competition - Kangaroo Global Linguistic (KGL) Contest. Angelova received the highest number of points, which earned her the Overall Global Winner 2022 Award.
To both business and residents, Ruse is like a golden bird in a cage, for everything they have obstructs, not facilitates connectivity, Bulgarian-Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry CEO Eleonora Ivanova said.
Representatives of ten associations of citizens of the Republic of North Macedonia, who identify themselves of Bulgarian origin, condemned in a letter what happened at the football match between the national teams of Bulgaria and the Republic of North Macedonia
An international conference entitled "Croats and Bulgarians. Diplomacy, Politics, Culture and Science" opened in Zagreb on Wednesday.
A total of 41,049 medicinal tablets containing substances narcotic substances discovered by the customs officers of the Kapitan Andreevo border checkpoint, the Customs Agency said on Tuesday.