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Estonia says Russia May Put Troops in Belarus to Challenge NATO
Apr27

Estonia says Russia May Put Troops in Belarus to Challenge NATO

Estonia’s defense minister said on Thursday that Russia may use large-scale military exercises to move thousands of troops permanently into Belarus later this year in a warning to NATO, Reuters reported. Russia and Belarus aim to hold joint war games in September that some North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies believe could number more...

Seven Medals for Bulgarian Rhythmic Gymnastics in Tashkent
Apr24

Seven Medals for Bulgarian Rhythmic Gymnastics in Tashkent

The Bulgarian National Rhythmic Gymnastics Ensemble has triumphed at the World Cup at Tashkent, Uzbekistan, winning seven medals, BNR reported. The ensemble won the gold in the final with three balls and two ropes, leaving behind Ukraine and Russia. The rest of the medals are as follows: silver in the all-round competition for the ensemble,...

Bulgarian rhythmic gymnastics team triumphs with seven medals in Tashkent
Apr24

Bulgarian rhythmic gymnastics team triumphs with seven medals in Tashkent

The Bulgarian National Rhythmic Gymnastics Ensemble has triumphed at the World Cup in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, winning seven medals. The ensemble won the gold in the final with three balls and two ropes, leaving behind Ukraine and Russia. The rest of the medals are as follows: silver in the all-round competition for the ensemble, bronze in the...

Russian Cargo Ship Has Sunk in the Black Sea
Apr19

Russian Cargo Ship Has Sunk in the Black Sea

Russian cargo ship with a crew of 12 people has sunk in the Black Sea. This was announced by TASS, citing the representation of the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Krasnodar region. The ship “Heroes Arsenal” was sailing under a Panamanian flag from Azov to Turkey and sank near the town of Kerch.Among the crew there...

20th edition of Strong National Identity-Strong European Identity seminar begins
Apr11

20th edition of Strong National Identity-Strong European Identity seminar begins

Over 200 young people from the Bulgarian diaspore in Ukraine, Moldova, Serbia and Macedonia are taking part at the 20th edition of the seminar Strong National Identity-Strong European Identity held near the coastal city of Varna. Participants from Romania, Albania and Greece have joined the seminar for the first time due to strong interest shown...

Retrospection of Shumen-held Dobri Voinikov Children and Youth Choir Fests
Apr11

Retrospection of Shumen-held Dobri Voinikov Children and Youth Choir Fests

The guests of the Dobri Voinikov Children and Youth Choir Fests left the town of Shumen a few days ago, saying goodbye to the Bodra Pesen Choir which hosted the event. The festival was established by renowned Bulgarian choir conductor and long-year head of Bodra Pesen Prof. Veneta Vicheva. Denitsa Uzunova has been the choir’s conductor...

International competition for classical guitar in Kuystendil begins
Apr05

International competition for classical guitar in Kuystendil begins

From April 5 until April 8 the city of Kuystendil (Southwest Bulgaria) hosts the 21st edition of the international competition for classical guitar Academician Marin Goleminov. Over 1,500 guitarists from Bulgaria, Germany, Poland, the Czech Republic, Turkey, Italy, Russia, Ukraine, Serbia, Macedonia and Greece are to take part at the competition....

Bulgaria Not Among Leading Countries In Terms of Complaints Filed at ECHR
Mar30

Bulgaria Not Among Leading Countries In Terms of Complaints Filed at ECHR

Bulgaria does not belong in the ranking of the leading countries in terms of both the number of filed complaints and the number of lost cases for violations of the European Convention on Human Rights and Basic Freedoms, announced the press centre of the Prosecutor’s Office, citing a report of the European Court of Human Rights in...

Wall Street Journal: Defeated Socialists Force GERB To Adopt Milder Stance on Russia
Mar27

Wall Street Journal: Defeated Socialists Force GERB To Adopt Milder Stance on Russia

Bulgaria’s centre-right party won yesterday’s parliamentary elections, winning a victory over an opposition which is trying to direct the country, a member of the EU, towards a rapprochement with Russia. Politicians who are worried by Russian influence in Eastern Europe applauded the unofficial results as a rejection of this view,...

Former Russian Deputy Shot in Kiev
Mar23

Former Russian Deputy Shot in Kiev

The former deputy in the Russian Duma Denis Voronenkov has been killed in front of a hotel in Kiev, confirmed Ukrainian authorities. President Petro Poroshenko described the murder as “an act of terrorism on the part of Russia”. “The clear signature of the Russian special services has appeared several times across different European capitals.”...

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