By order of caretaker Prime Minister Galab Donev, Patent Office President Tanya Mitova has been removed from office and replaced by Prof Vladia Borisova, the Government Information Service said.
On Wednesday, a total of 74 wildfires occurred across Bulgaria, 45 of which still rage on, the head of the General Directorate for Fire Safety and Population Protection, Chief Commissioner Nikolai Nikolov, told a news briefing. Large wildfires
Due to the health measures against the spread of COVID-19, UNICEF Bulgaria postpones to next week its series of information meetings aimed at explaining to Ukrainian families how to enrol their children in a school or kindergarten in Bulgaria.
The municipal councilors in Varna voted Wednesday at their meeting on a new public order ordinance that imposes a ban on pets walking on the beach. The ban is valid for the period between May 15 and October 1. The owners will no longer have the right to walk their pets on the territory of educational, children's and health facilities, as well as on sports grounds.
Minister of Regional Development and Public Works Ivan Shishkov inspected progress on the Greece-Bulgaria gas interconnector with his colleague, Transport and Communications Minister Hristo Aleksiev, on Wednesday. The two concurred that there is still work to be done before the project is finished.
To mark the International Youth Day on 12 August, the National Employment Agency will organize an outdoor awareness event here, the Agency reported on Tuesday. Experts from the Agency will use entertainment elements in the awareness campaign to motivate the youth to learn about
Completing the Greece-Bulgaria gas interconnector is a top priority of the caretaker government and the crisis taskforce, caretaker Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Policies and Minister of Transport and Communications Hristo Aleksiev told reporters after an onsite inspection on Wednesday.
Preliminary seasonally adjusted data for June 2022 show that the turnover in retail trade, except motor vehicles and motorcycles at constant prices decreased by 1.4% compared to May.
Free rowing lessons by no other but Olympic rowing champion Rumyana Neykova, a soundtrack and cartoon-music themed evening with stand-up comedian Militsa Gladnishka, Misho Yossifov sextet and musician Vassil Spassov, a breakdance show, 3X3
The Play with Fori educational programme has been included in the EU-SELF project Compendium of good practices in Europe in promoting social and emotional development of pre-school children. The programme was developed by Assoc. Prof. Sevjian Eubova
Bulgarian students won two gold, one silver and two bronze medals at the Isle of Man International Linguistics Olympiad 2022, the Ministry of Education and Science said on Tuesday.
An exhibition titled “Palestine – the Holy Land” was unveiled Tuesday in Sofia’s downtown City Park in front of the Ivan Vazov National Theatre. It was unveiled by Dr. Ahmed Al Madbuh, Ambassador of the State of Palestine to Bulgaria. The exhibition
The Oryahovo-Bechet Ferry Service was suspended from Tuesday noon due to the low level of the Danube, the Border Police said.
The International Bosilegrad in Colour 2022 Plein Air, organized by the Glas - Bosilegrad Association and the St. Kliment Ohridski 1997 Student community centre in Sofia, culminated in a large exhibition of artworks created during the event. Seventeen artists from Ukraine, Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Serbia participated in the plein air, including both professional artists and art professors.
The Parliament of the Republic of North Macedonia adopted a negotiation framework for the country's accession negotiations with the European Union on Saturday, reported MIA. The country's government approved Parliament's conclusions on Sunday and and undertook to continue talks with the European Union in order to unblock the European integration processes. Based on the conclusions, the government in Skopje approved the proposal of the French Presidency from 30 June 2022.
In an appeal to Bulgarian, Macedonian, and European institutions, 75 intellectuals, public figures, and Macedonian migrants' descendants insist that "the pressure exerted by [Brussels] should be redirected to the Republic of North Macedonia, so that the accession negotiations can start and be concluded successfully."