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    Daniel Asenov defends European boxing title
    Jun24

    Daniel Asenov defends European boxing title

    Daniel Asenov has defended his European boxing title in the 52 kilogram weight category after a victory in the finals by referee decision versus Niall Farrell UK, at the European championship in Kharkiv, Ukraine. This is the second gold medal for the 20-year old Bulgarian competitor after winning the 2015 European championship in Samokov,...

    Foreign Minister Zaharieva outlines foreign policy priorities of Bulgaria in front of diplomatic corps
    Jun16

    Foreign Minister Zaharieva outlines foreign policy priorities of Bulgaria in front of diplomatic corps

    Bulgarian Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva has outlined the foreign policy priorities of the government before the diplomatic corps in this country. Especially important for the cabinet will be the accession of the country to Schengen and the Eurozone. The main topics of the forthcoming EU Council presidency of Bulgaria will be Brexit, the...

    Joint military trainings of Bulgaria and Ukraine discussed
    Jun14

    Joint military trainings of Bulgaria and Ukraine discussed

    Bulgarian Head of Defense Gen. Andrei Botsev and Ukraine’s Land Forces Commander Gen. Sergey Popko discussed options for joint participation of both states’ military formations in international trainings and exercises. Gen. Popko expressed his gratitude for taking care of Ukrainian soldiers and officers, treated and rehabbed at the...

    Bulgarian student found dead in Ukraine
    Jun13

    Bulgarian student found dead in Ukraine

    A Bulgarian student who was declared missing in Ukraine on 1 June has been found dead, Ukrainian media report. Elya Dishli was a 4th year student of dental medicine in the Ukrainian city of Ivano-Frankivsk. She is the daughter of former Bulgarian MP from the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) Zia Dishli. Her body, discovered on Monday close...

    Record high number of participants at Chernomorski Zvutsi Choir Festival this year
    Jun08

    Record high number of participants at Chernomorski Zvutsi Choir Festival this year

    The annual Chernomorski Zvutsi /Black Sea Sounds/ Choir Festival was unveiled in the port town of Balchik yesterday. The settlement’s mixed choir of the same name hosts the event. Choir workshops take place traditionally within the frameworks of the forum. This year the formation’s members will work under the guidance of Georgi...

    Ethnic Bulgarians in Ukraine want protection from Bulgarian state
    Jun08

    Ethnic Bulgarians in Ukraine want protection from Bulgarian state

    Ethnic Bulgarians from the Ukrainian city of Bolhrad and the region have turned to the Bulgarian state with a call for protection of their rights. This becomes clear from a letter by the “Bulgarian Assembly” civic organization, headed by Valeriy Tverdovski. The call was triggered by the increasing number of hostile manifestations of...

    No discussions between Sofia and Gazprom over “South Stream”
    Jun06

    No discussions between Sofia and Gazprom over “South Stream”

    Gazprom has not been discussing with Bulgaria the restarting of the South Stream gas pipeline project but options for developing its gas transmission system, Alexander Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Russian gas giant, said. The statement was made in response to a question about circulating ideas for the re-launch of the South Stream project. A...

    Pironkova drops out of Roland Garros in Paris
    Jun01

    Pironkova drops out of Roland Garros in Paris

    Tsvetana Pironkova has finished her participation in the French Open after she lost 6-3, 3-6 and 2-6 in the women’s second round against Elina Svitolina from Ukraine. After her participation in the tournament, the Bulgarian tennis player will add 70 points for the world rankings and receive 70,000 euros from the prize pool. …read more...

    Foreign students of Bulgarian descent with access to Bulgarian universities
    May29

    Foreign students of Bulgarian descent with access to Bulgarian universities

    The Council of Ministers has approved more than 1100 openings in Bulgarian universities for students of Bulgarian descent who live abroad – in Ukraine, Moldova, Serbia, Albania, Kosovo and Kazakhstan. The largest number of openings is for students of Economics, 124. There are 68 openings for Informatics & Computer Technology, 81 for Medicine,...

    European festival to open in Vancouver
    May27

    European festival to open in Vancouver

    Today, the 20th edition of the annual European Festival opens in the Canadian town of Vancouver. More than 30 European countries, including Bulgaria Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia, Albania, Armenia, Ukraine, Moldova and Turkey. The festival takes place on 27 and 28 May. The Vancouver European Festival opens with a 45-minute presentation of the...

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