News archive of August 2018

Excellent Weather Conditions for Mountain Tourism in Bulgaria

Sofia. There are excellent conditions for mountain tourism, the weather is quiet, clear and calm, the Mountain Rescue Service to the Bulgarian Red Cross told Focus News Agency. There is light to moderate wind on top of the mountains. Morning temperatures range from below 10°C on the highest summits to 14-15°C at the huts.

EU should engage more with Turkey, says French President Macron

The European Union should pursue "strategic partnerships" with Turkey and Russia in taking responsibility for its own defense and reducing its reliance on the United States, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Aug. 30.

Today in Bulgaria will be Mostly Sunny with Highs of 29-34°C

Sofia. Today it will be mostly sunny with some more clouds in the afternoon, mainly over the mountainous regions of Western Bulgaria, and in some places there it will rain with thunder. Light to moderate wind, mostly from east. Maximum temperatures between 29°C and 34°C, in Sofia about 29°C.

Selena Gomez Is on a Sneaky Summer Trip to Greece and Bulgaria

Selena Gomez's great, Justin Bieber-free summer has included multiple yacht outings, Disneyland trips, and a vacation to Italy. It's winding down now with one last trip abroad to Greece and Bulgaria. Gomez herself has not posted about her time there, keeping it private.

Deputy governor leaves Turkey's central bank

Turkish Central Bank deputy governor and rate-setter Erkan Kilimci is leaving the bank, three sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on Aug. 30, two weeks before the bank's monetary policy committee meets to address a slump in the Turkish Lira.

Bulgaria has the Most Women in Tech in the EU

OZY - When Bulgarian Tatyana Mitkova co-founded her business — ClaimCompass, which helps dissatisfied airline passengers get compensation — she found exactly what you'd expect from the startup sector: Most of the industry's other founders and investors were male.

"Presevo Valley joining Kosovo is same as Berlin wall..."

He told Pristina-based media that he wouldn't accept that the solution be only applied to the three municipalities in the south of Serbia with the majority Albanian population.

Arifi added that the Albanians from the Southern Serbia are sceptical whether that solution was feasible.