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Fencing: Bianca Pascu secures bronze medal in sabre individual event of World Fencing Championships

Romanian Bianca Pascu secured the bronze medal in the women sabre individual event, within the World Fencing Championships of Budapest, after her qualification on Saturday for the semifinals, where she will face off Olga Kharlan from Ukraine.

Ludogorets Heads for its First Champions League Test

Ludogorets starts the Champions League this year with visit to Ferencvaros. The Bulgarian champion is visiting Budapest in the first match of the first qualifying round and will hope for a good result that will give them the appropriate starting points before the rematch.

Prior to the match coach Stoicho Stoev expressed his confidence that his team was completely ready.

MAE: Melescanu sends Hungarian counterpart ''appeal to moderation'' in public statements of Budapest officials

Foreign Affairs Minister Teodor Melescanu conveyed on Tuesday to his Hungarian counterpart, Peter Szijjarto, "an appeal to moderation and restraint" in the public statements of the officials in Budapest, showing that lately these "have artificially inflamed the Romanian-Hungarian dialogue." According to a press release issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE) for AGERPRES, the two offici

‘I Hate War’: Children’s Letters to America from Besieged Sarajevo

"Although our living conditions are totally different from yours, we are just like you, interested in the same things. We love music, sports, films, Coca-Cola, love… Just like you!"

This was a letter that 15-year-old Arma Tanovic-Brankovic sent to a schoolchild in the United States during the wartime siege of her home city, Sarajevo, in the 1990s.

MAE on declaration regarding Trianon adopted in the Hungarian Parliament: Any attempt to rewrite history is unacceptable

The Foreign Affairs Ministry (MAE) announced that it took note of the decision of Parliament in Budapest to declare 2020 as Year of National Cohesion and, thus, to mark 100 years since the signing of the Treaty of Trianon, but rejects as unfounded, the justifications invoked to promote this declaration.

Traffic Congestion in Sofia is Worse than those in San Francisco and Sydney

The capitals of three neighbors of Bulgaria are among the ten cities in Europe with the greatest traffic congestion. These are Istanbul, Bucharest and Athens, with the first two cities ranked second and third in 2018, only behind Moscow. The Greek capital is in 7th place, ahead of Rome, Warsaw and Ekaterinburg.

Orban: Hungary Wants to Strengthen Relations with Republika Srpska

Viktor Orban told a news conference on Tuesday after talks in Budapest with the chairman of the Bosnian presidency, Milorad Dodik, that he wants to boost ties with the Serb-dominated entity Republika Srpska, where Dodik has been the most powerful politician for many years.

The talks covered relations between Hungary and Bosnia and Herzegovina and with Republika Srpska, Orban said.

PM of Hungary Viktor Orban: Hungary Sees Bulgaria as an Ally to the Migration Problem

The partnership between Bulgaria and Hungary is built on deep historical, cultural and spiritual ties, and exists independently of the political changes in the two countries, President Rumen Radev and the Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban stated in Budapest.

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