site.btaToday's Observances: September 29
On this date in Bulgarian history:
1918: Armistice signed in Salonika between Bulgaria and Entente (Britain, France and Russia), taking Bulgaria out of World War I.
1952: Forty people, most of them Catholic priests, go on trial (until October 3, 1952) on charges of espionage and conspiracy in favour of Vatican and foreign intelligence services.
1974: Medical Academy of Sofia opens Medical Faculty in Pleven, North Central Bulgaria (renamed Higher Medical Institute in 1979, transformed into Medical University - Pleven in 2004).
1996: Princess Sayako of Japan arrives at Bulgarian Government's invitation and opens Days of Japanese Culture. President Zhelyu Zhelev receives Princess.
2008: Interior ministers of Bulgaria, Serbia and Romania sign trilateral agreement on cooperation in fight against crime, especially transnational crime.