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Today's Observances: March 25-26
March 25 Annunciation (Church feast day).
Protesters in Downtown Sofia Call for President Radev's Impeachment, Military Aid to Ukraine
Protesters in Sofia called for the impeachment of President Rumen Radev and for provision of military aid to Ukraine on Friday evening.
70 years later The Man who Blew Up the Sofia Stalin Statue in 1953 and Survived
On March 3, 1953 a 19-year-old anarchist did the unthinkable and blew up the large monument of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin that stood in the central Sofia Freedom Park – now Boris' Garden – and survived. He lives to this day, aged 90.
Grain Farmers to Hold Protests Against Agricultural Imports from Ukraine
At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the National Grain Producer Association (NGPA), held Friday, a decision was taken to hold effective protest actions between March 29 to 31 at the border crossings at Vidin, Ruse, Silistra and Kardam in Northern Bulgaria.
Lufthansa Cancels Flights to/from Sofia, Munich, Frankfurt on March 25, 26, 27
Sofia Airport said in a Facebook post on Friday that Lufthansa has cancelled the following flights between Sofia and Munich and Sofia and Frankfurt on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
Sofia Mayor: Company that Damaged Yellow Pavers Fined BGN 100,000
The company that rearranged the pavement in the section near the National Assembly has been fined BGN 100,000 for damaging Sofia’s yellow paving stones, Mayor Yordanka Fandakova announced on Friday
Turkiye Bulgaria business forum in Burgas Bulgaria Seeks Greater Popularity as Travel Destination on Turkish Market
Popularizing Bulgaria as a travel destination on the Turkish market is among the priorities of the caretaker Ministry of Tourism in Sofia, Deputy Tourism Minister Mariela Modeva said at the opening of a Turkiye Bulgaria business forum in Burgas on
Toll Fees in Bulgaria to Likely Be Increased by 50% in Two Months
Tolls will be increased after this was postponed at the end of last year in order to find a fairer mechanism, said Regional Development and Public Works Minister Ivan Shishkov during a construction inspection of the Europa motorway on Thursday. The increase will be 50%.
Bulgarian naval research ship bound back home from Antarctica Day 88 - Physicist Vasil Gurev: Efforts Made by RSV 421 Crew Are Incredible
Commenting on the work of the Bulgarian naval research vessel Sv. Sv. Kiril i Metodii (RSV 421), physicist Vasil Gurev from Sofia University told BTA: "The fact that we have a Bulgarian ship that comes to polar waters and that can help the
Bansko School of Iconography Collection is on Display in Krakow
A collection of masterpieces of the Bansko Iconography School is exhibited in the heart of Krakow - under the Wawel Castle, in the Palace of Bishop Erasmus Ciolek, which is part of the Krakow National Museum, Bulgarian Cultural Institute in Warsaw said Friday. The exhibition aroused the admiration of art historians, Bulgarians from the Jagiellonian University and guests.
Silistra Hosts Toulouse-Lautrec Exhibition
An exhibition of works by Toulouse-Lautrec opened at the Art Gallery in Silistra
Bulgarian naval research ship bound back home from Antarctica Day 86: RSV 421 About 100 Miles Southeast of Porto Alegre
The Bulgarian naval research vessel Sv. Sv. Kiril i Metodii (RSV 421) is sailing off the southernmost coast of Brazil in the Atlantic Ocean, maintaining a course of 38°. RSV 421 is on her journey back home to Varna after her successful participation in the 31st Bulgarian Antarctic expedition.
Sailors Released from Оne of Bulgarian Vessels Detained in Constanta, Crew of Other Two Still Detained
Balkan Wine Festival Kicks Off in June
The 12th edition of BIWC will be held in Transylvania, Romania on June 1-3 under the auspices of Bistrita-Nasaud County, and the Balkan Wine Festival will be held again outdoors in front of Sofia’s NDK convention centre on June 15-17, the event organizers announced on Friday
Undeclared Currency Worth BGN 3 Mln Seized at Border with Turkiye
Cash totalling EUR 1,562,865, equivalent to BGN 3,056,698, was found hidden on board a car transiting Bulgaria en route from Turkiye to Romania during a customs inspection at the Kapitan Andreevo Checkpoint on Bulgaria's border with Turkiye.
Kemal Kilicdaroglu Vows to Win Turkish Presidential Elections in One Round
Kemal Kilicdaroglu, leader of Turkiye's main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) and candidate of the opposition alliance for president of the country, said he expects to win the presidential elections in a single round of voting, local media
Alexandroupolis-Burgas Oil Pipeline Working Group Holds First Meeting
The Energy Ministers of Bulgaria and Greece, Rosen Hristov and Kostas Skrekas, launched on Friday the first meeting of the bilateral high-level inter-ministerial working group on the Alexandroupolis-Burgas oil pipeline