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Consultations of President With Parliamentary Forces Start

President Rumen Radev has started the constitutional procedure  for holding consultations with the parliamentary political forces before handing over a mandate for forming a government to the candidate for prime minister of the largest of them - GERB, BNR reported.

Future Cabinet to be Discussed by GERB, UP on Monday

The constitution of the future government and the allocation of ministerial positions will be discussed today in the afternoon by the first political force GERB and its partners from the United Patriots, Chair of GERB Boyko Borisov announced, quoted by BNR.

Creating a new generation of entrepreneurship in the region

Next month, on May 25 and 26, the city of Serres in northern Greece, is to shift up a gear for the inaugural Balkans & Black Sea Cooperation Forum, bringing together more than 500 participants from 17 countries of the Balkans and Black Sea area, the first step towards fulfilling the untapped potential for business and trade in the region.

Тran to Hold Local Referendum on Gold Mining on June 11

Following a decision of the Municipal Council in Tran a local referendum will be held on June 11 on mining of gold in that region, Tran deputy Mayor Tsvetislava Tsvetkova told Focus News Agency.

Over 1,000 Cruise Passengers Arrive at Burgas Port

Over 1,100 cruise passengers arrived at Burgas port with the first in 2017 cruise ship tour, BNR reported.

Most of the tourists travelling on Costa Neo Riveira ship are French nationals. All tourists are elderly couples who choose to visit cultural and historical destinations in Bulgaria such as Sozopol, Nessebar, Kotel and Tryavna.

J. Musliu: We waged war for unification with Kosovo, Albania

BELGRADE - A potential unification of Albania and Kosovo would be pointless if it did not include Presevo, Bujanovac and Medvedja in southern Serbia, Jonuz Musliu, president of the Bujanovac-based national council of Serbia's ethnic Albanians, has reiterated.

Proposal to urgently debate Gojkovic dismissal rejected

BELGRADE - The Serbian parliament on Friday rejected a proposal to debate by urgent procedure a motion to dismiss Speaker Maja Gojkovic.

The proposal, originally tabled by 32 MPs, was backed by only 13 MPs in a vote.