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    Thirteenth world meeting of Bulgarian media due in October in Moldova
    Sep29

    Thirteenth world meeting of Bulgarian media due in October in Moldova

    From 4 to 8 October the Moldovan capital Chisinau is hosting the 13th world meeting of the Bulgarian media. The forum is organized again by the Bulgarian News Agency (BTA) and the Association of Bulgarian Media in the world. Moldova has been selected as a venue, because the region of Bessarabia is the home of the largest and most compact...

    President Rumen Radev in UN address: The world is facing enormous challenges
    Sep21

    President Rumen Radev in UN address: The world is facing enormous challenges

    In a speech during the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev said that in times of enormous challenges facing the world, a comprehensive approach was needed from the United Nations to be able to deal with them. He pointed out that Bulgaria supported the “diplomacy for peace” strategy and emphasized...

    Legislative changes to ease hiring of highly skilled experts outside EU
    Sep20

    Legislative changes to ease hiring of highly skilled experts outside EU

    Legislative changes are being prepared, aiming to ease the hiring of highly skilled experts from countries outside the EU – the so-called Blue Card, used by such experts to work in Bulgaria. The card is proposed to be available for any occupation and to be issued for four years instead of one, Vice Premier Valeri Simeonov voiced to public. The...

    Sofia concerned that education law in Ukraine may affect study of Bulgarian language in schools
    Sep15

    Sofia concerned that education law in Ukraine may affect study of Bulgarian language in schools

    We have sent a joint letter with the Foreign Ministers of Romania, Greece and Hungary to our Ukrainian counterpart on occasion of legislative amendments in that country that limit language teaching in mother tongue after the 5th grade, Bulgaria’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva said on Thursday. The Foreign Ministers of...

    Bulgarians join NATO exercise in Ukraine
    Sep11

    Bulgarians join NATO exercise in Ukraine

    Twenty-five military from the Land Forces of Bulgaria are in Ukraine to take part in the Rapid Trident 2017 NATO exercise. Other countries to have joined the exercise include USA, Canada, Estonia, Italy Georgia, Lithuania, Moldova, Norway, Poland, Turkey and Great Britain. The exercise aims to achieve full interoperability between the units...

    Have a piece of Banitsa in Transnistrian village of Parcani
    Sep10

    Have a piece of Banitsa in Transnistrian village of Parcani

    I took a bite from a juicy and delicious piece of banitsa (cheese pastry) and realized how perfectly that traditional Bulgarian food was made in the village of Parcani (Moldova). Making banitsa here is a real art and part of the ritual to meet dear guests. Housewife Valentina Nikolaevna Obruchkova explains that when she makes banitsa she does not...

    Bulgaria doubles humanitarian aid money: statistics
    Aug20

    Bulgaria doubles humanitarian aid money: statistics

    In 2016 figures from Eurostat Bulgaria has considerably increased funding of humanitarian aid which has exceeded 1.2 million euro, BTA reports. Statistics have been released in connection with World Humanitarian Day, 19 August. For the past five years Bulgaria has allocated 0.09% of its gross national income – up from 0.04% in 2010, to...

    Ports of Burgas, Varna, Nesebar increasingly popular among cruise tourists
    Aug12

    Ports of Burgas, Varna, Nesebar increasingly popular among cruise tourists

    Cruise tourism has become more accessible to tourists lately, Iliyan Ivanov from the Bulgarian Cruise Society told the National Radio. It is not surprising then that Bulgaria’s transport strategy until 2030 envisages tangible growth of this kind of tourist business. In 2017 cruise tourism is estimated to attract 25 million passengers. In...

    Bulgarian sailors nabbed onboard hashish-carrying ship in Spain
    Aug11

    Bulgarian sailors nabbed onboard hashish-carrying ship in Spain

    The EFE Agency reports the arrest of two Bulgarian sailors near the Spanish city of Almeria onboard a ship with 18 tons of hashish hidden inside. Other 11 Ukrainian members of the crew were busted. The operation was carried out by the Spanish authorities and FRONTEX through the ship’s boarding. …read more Source: Radio...

    351 young people from Bulgarian communities abroad now students here
    Aug11

    351 young people from Bulgarian communities abroad now students here

    351 applicants from Bulgarian communities in Ukraine, Serbia, Kosovo, Kazakhstan and other countries are now entering universities in this country for the 2017/2018 academic year. 222 students come from Ukraine, 100 from Serbia, 27 – from Kosovo. The greatest number of them wanted to study medicine, computer science, economics, tourism, transport...

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