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Turkish Airlines Resumes Its Flights to and From Bulgaria From July 1

Turkish Airlines, the airline that flies to more countries than any other...

Bulgaria Among 11 Founders Of Nato Flight Training Europe Initiative

Eleven Nato defence ministers launched on June 19 an initiative to create...

Bulgaria Was Elected A Member Of The United Nations’ Economic And Social Council

Bulgaria was elected a member of the United Nations’ Economic and Social...

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COVID-19: The Consequences For SME In Bulgaria, Hungary And Bosnia And Herzegovina

The coronavirus pandemic is proving to be a disaster for small and medium-sized enterprises across Europe, particularly for those in the south...

Investbank Plans Capital Hike

Bulgaria's Investbank has said it plans to increase its capital by 10 million levs ($6.1 million/5.1 million euro) via a new share issue. The bank...

New York Times: Balkan Countries Have Not Prepared For Big Earthquakes

From Bucharest to Sofia and the Balkans, a number of governments have failed to address the risks of earthquake-prone buildings. This is...

President Radev: The Crisis Should Not Be Managed Only By Stoking Panic And Fear

Every government needs a corrective, particularly when it has decided on its own to declare a state of emergency, when the functioning...

Serbian President Alexander Vucic Аrrives In Bulgaria To Meet PM Boyko Borissov

The Prime Minister Boyko Borissov will hold a meeting with the President of Serbia Alexander Vucic, who will arrive in Bulgaria at...

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Bulgarian Unions Launch Petition To Increase Night Pay

The industrial federations of Podkrepa Confederation of Labour and the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria (CITUB) are launching a national petition for increase of the pay...

Bulgarian Prime Minister Visits Zagreb

Croatia will continue Bulgaria's initiative regarding the EU's enlargement to Southeast Europe and regional infrastructure connectivity, Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenković said on Saturday...

Report: Bulgaria Not Preventing Foreign Bribery

Bulgaria is among 22 countries that have little or no enforcement to deter international companies from bribing their civil servants, according to a new...

President Radev: Bulgarian Cooperation With Japan Should Focus On Science, Innovation And Potential Of Young People

What lies behind Bulgaria’s aims to deepen the business contacts between Bulgaria and Japan is the ambitions to have the bilateral partnership model develop an economy with...

FDI On The Rise In Bulgaria

According to preliminary data from the Bulgarian National Bank, Bulgaria received 158.8 million euros in foreign direct investments (FDI) in January 2018 alone, a...