News archive of May 2017
Serbia's new president, Aleksandar Vucic, arrived at the Presidency in Belgrade's Andrica Venac after taking the oath of office in the National Assembly.
Vucic arrived on foot, flanked by Serbian Army Guards.
A strike of the Romanian air traffic controllers on 30th of May caused a partial closure of the Romanian airspace, which led to 30% increase of traffic over Bulgaria, Bulgaria's air Traffic Control Service said on 31st of May, quoted by BNT.
At the peak of the Romanian strike yesterday, the management of the Bulgarian air traffic control served 113 aircrafts per hour.
Once again the Specialized Criminal Court failed to proceed substantively to the case on the blast at the Sarafovo Airport in Burgas in June 2012, when five Israeli tourists and their Bulgarian driver were killed, according to BNR.
The postponing was once again due to problems with the summoning procedures of the victims and heirs of the perished.
The government has decided that Petar Haralampiev will be chairman of the State Agency for Bulgarians Abroad, the government's press office said.
Haralampiev was deputy governor of Sofia region between December 2014 and May 2017. He also served as executive manager and member of the board of directors of Balgare foundation.
It won’t be the first time, but Kourtney Kardashian has broken Instagram once more with a photo showing her posing on a deckchair in a super sexy golden bikini. The 38-year-old shows off her curvaceous body raising the heart rate of her followers. Her post received over 770,000 likes in a short while, with hundreds of positive comments.