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EU to Sign Defense Pact, May Allow Limited British Role
Nov13

EU to Sign Defense Pact, May Allow Limited British Role

France, Germany and 20 other EU governments are set to sign a defense pact on Monday they hope marks a new era of European military integration to cement unity after Britain’s decision to quit the bloc. In Europe’s latest attempt to lessen its reliance on the United States, the 22 governments will create a formal club that should give...

Tourism Minister: Bulgaria is Becoming more and more Recognizable with its Quality
Nov13

Tourism Minister: Bulgaria is Becoming more and more Recognizable with its Quality

Bulgaria is increasingly recognized as a destination that offers quality, Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova told sega. For the first 8 months of the year, the revenues from international tourism in Bulgaria amounted to BGN 5.2 billion, which is almost 11% higher than last year. “The number of foreign tourists who visited our country this...

Irina Bokova, Boil Banov sign agreement to extend work of UNESCO regional Center in Sofia
Nov10

Irina Bokova, Boil Banov sign agreement to extend work of UNESCO regional Center in Sofia

UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova and Bulgarian Minister of Culture Boil Banov signed an agreement in Paris to continue the operations of the UNESCO Regional Center for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage in Sofia. The agreement has been extended for a new six-year period. The Center in Sofia brings together the efforts of 16...

Bulgarians around the world long to be heard in their country
Nov07

Bulgarians around the world long to be heard in their country

Bulgarians around the world long to be heard in their country. This is the idea that united the participants in the 8th session of the World Parliament of Bulgarians held in Sofia on November 4 and 5. This is a structure formed during the first Grand Assembly of Bulgarians around the World in 2008, when the participants urged citizens’...

A Turkish Plane Landed in Ukraine Because of a Bomb Threat
Nov01

A Turkish Plane Landed in Ukraine Because of a Bomb Threat

Airbus A320, traveling from Moscow’s Domodedovo International Airport to a Turkish city, made an emergency landing in Odessa, Ukraine, sega.bg said quoting RT. An explosive device on board has been reported. The decision to land in the southern Ukrainian city of Odessa was due to a suspicious subject on the plane, local police chief Ruslan...

Ancient Bulgarian manuscripts stored at the Russian State Library
Oct29

Ancient Bulgarian manuscripts stored at the Russian State Library

Did you know that alongside numerous unique Slavic written sources, the funds of the Russian State Library store some 1,000 ancient Bulgarian manuscripts? Here is chief paleographer, Prof. Marina Krutova from the “Manuscripts” department with more about them: “One of the oldest manuscripts of Bulgarian origin is the Slepchanski Apostle, written...

Trump says Russia is Hurting US Efforts on North Korea Nuclear Issue
Oct26

Trump says Russia is Hurting US Efforts on North Korea Nuclear Issue

President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that Russia was hurting U.S. efforts to rid North Korea of nuclear weapons while China had been helpful, reports cnbc. In an interview with Fox Business Network, Trump said it would be easier to resolve the North Korea nuclear issue if the United States had a better relationship with Russia. “China...

Trump says Russia is Hurting US Efforts on North Korea Nuclear Issue
Oct26

Trump says Russia is Hurting US Efforts on North Korea Nuclear Issue

President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that Russia was hurting U.S. efforts to rid North Korea of nuclear weapons while China had been helpful, reports cnbc. In an interview with Fox Business Network, Trump said it would be easier to resolve the North Korea nuclear issue if the United States had a better relationship with Russia. “China...

Open Society Foundation: Number of Bulgarians returning to their home country on the rise
Oct25

Open Society Foundation: Number of Bulgarians returning to their home country on the rise

The number of Bulgarian citizens returning to their home country has recently increased. Nearly 35,000 Bulgarians returned to Bulgaria in the past 3 years. The number of Bulgarian nationals emigrating abroad is still high and amounts to nearly 25,000 people per year. However, the wave of Bulgarians returning to their country has brought net...

Cyberattack with Virus “Badrabbit”, Bulgaria is Among the Affected Countries
Oct25

Cyberattack with Virus “Badrabbit”, Bulgaria is Among the Affected Countries

Yesterday transport companies, media and government agencies in Ukraine, Russia, Turkey, Bulgaria and other countries were subjected to cyberattacks with the computer virus “Badrabbit,” said Rosbalt, quoted by DARIK. According to a media release of ESET’s computer security firm, among the attacked computer networks are those at...

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