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The Sale of E-vignettes in Bulgaria to be Temporarily Suspended
29 May 2019Selling of e-vignettes to stop for two hours today. Due to a planned update, e-vignette sales services will not be available from 17:00 until 19:00. view more
Sofia Opens 19.4 mln Euro Tender for Supply of 30 Trolleybuses
28 May 2019Municipally-owned public transport company Stolichen Electrotransport, which serves the Bulgarian capital Sofia, said that it has launched a 38.1 million levs ($21.6 million/19.4 million euro) tender for the delivery of 30 new low-floor trolleybuses. view more
Bulgarian PM Borisov: IGB to Lead to a Real Diversification of Sources
27 May 2019Interconnector Greece-Bulgaria (IGB), which envisages transportation of Azerbaijani gas to Bulgaria will ensure real diversification of sources, said Bulgaria’s Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, Trend reports. view more
Emerging Europe Declares 2019 Prizewinners of its Annual Remarkable Achievement Awards
23 May 2019The World Bank’s CEO Kristalina Georgieva and two incumbent prime ministers, Alexis Tsipras of Greece and Zoran Zaev of North Macedonia, have been selected as the beneficiaries of Emerging Europe’s Remarkable Achievement Awards for 2019.
Bulgarian Vegetable Oil Producer Klas Oil Expands Plant, Creates 200 jobs
22 May 2019Bulgarian vegetable oil producer Klas Oil has opened some 200 new jobs with the launch of a new production line in its plant in Karapelit, in the northeast of the country, the government said on Tuesday. view more
Bulgarian Socialists Hold Slim Lead Ahead of Ruling GERB in Run-up to EP vote
21 May 2019Bulgaria's main opposition Socialist Party (BSP) holds a narrow lead ahead of the governing centre-right GERB party, polls show less than a month before the European Parliament elections in the country of all Bulgarians who are certain how they will vote on May 26. view more
Bulgaria Expels 95 Foreigners on Security Grounds in 2018
20 May 2019The Bulgarian State Agency for National Security (SANS), the country’s counterintelligence and counterterrorism service, deported 95 foreigners in 2018, according to its annual report released on Thursday, reports Xinhua.
Architects From Italy, France, Russia, Turkey, Romania are Candidates For the Reconstruction of St. Nedelya Square
17 May 2019The 14 offers for the international architectural competition on the historic square in Sofia were opened on 14 May. view more
President Radev Will Meet with the Chairman of the Supreme Administrative Court Georgi Cholakov
16 May 2019President Rumen Radev continues the series of meetings in connection with the forthcoming election of a new Chief Prosecutor. view more
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Bulgaria's Agriculture Minister Resigns Amid Ongoing Scandals
15 May 2019Bulgaria's agriculture minister Rumen Porozhanov has submitted his resignation to prime minister Boyko Borissov, saying he does not want the attack against him to affect the government, the agriculture ministry said on Tuesday.