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Russian Ambassador Eleonora Mitrofanova told the Bulgarian National Television (BNT) Thursday that Moscow is considering severing diplomatic relations with Bulgaria over the expulsion of 70 diplomats and embassy staff from Bulgaria. A BNT interview
Ornithologists Thursday reported on conservation activities done within the LIFE for Eagles' Habitats project.
The annual research report Lost in Transaction: Consumer Payment Trends 2022 – Navigating online payments in the age of uncertainty, commissioned by Paysafe, a leading specialized payments platform, which is also one of the biggest software companies in Bulgaria, showed a persistent trend whereby more and more Bulgarians prefer cashless payments which also offer better options of control of spending, Paysafe said. The survey was conducted by Sapio Research and traced the change in customer behaviour and payment preferences in a time when the world is recovering from the coronavirus pandemic and inflation continues to grow.
A crimе group involved in fraud related to EU agricultural funds has been busted in an ongoing operation of the Directorate General for Combating Organized Crime and the European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO).
Bulgaria's gross external debt amounted to EUR 41,489.4 million (55.3% of GDP) at the end of April 2022, growing by 5.9% year-on-year, the Bulgarian National Bank reported Thursday.
A fuel discount of BGN 0.25 per litre will be available for individuals at gas stations from July 1 as a measure to offset rising prices. It was adopted as part of the budget revision that was voted conclusively by Parliament on Thursday.
Festivals, workshops, environmental activities, concerts, and exhibitions are part of the initiatives which will mark Danube Day on June 29, Vesela Komarevska from the Danube Region Basin Directorate told BTA on Tuesday.
A collection of valuable jewellery will go on display to mark the 106th anniversary of the National Museum of Military History open on June 30. Most of the artefacts have not been shown until now.
An exhibition, presentations, music, painting and cinema will be featured during a Portuguese Culture Week in the Bulgarian Black Sea city of Burgas between June 27 and 30.
Observed annually on June 24, the Nativity of John the Baptist is a high-ranking liturgical feast celebrating the birth of St. John the Baptist.
Fuel Prices in the Balkans: Governments’ Response Faced with the spike in fuel prices, Balkan governments responded with a variety of steps to cushion the shock for consumers and reduce the impact on the prices of practically all other goods.
Metropolitan Gavriil of Lovech said on Bulgarian National Radio that there is nothing political in a decision adopted by the Holy Synod on Tuesday, according to which the Bulgarian Orthodox Church enters into canonical and Eucharistic communion with the Orthodox Church of North Macedonia
The French proposal for unblocking the Republic of North Macedonia's EU accession talks start is bad for Bulgaria, as it takes away the initiative from the two countries and turns them into the subject of negotiations with the European Commission, Vazrazhdane leader Kostadin Kostadinov said at a briefing in Parliament on Wednesday.
Customs officers at the Kapitan Andreevo checkpoint on the Bulgarian-Turkish border detected 42,000 contraband cigarettes hidden in cavities of a Turkish-registered truck, the Customs Service Regional Press Office in Svilengrad reported on