Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades met with British Prime Minister Theresa May in London Tuesday. It is reported that the two discussed the latest developments with regards to efforts to resume negotiations on the Cyprus problem.
A Downing Street spokesperson said that May "expressed hope that progress would be made towards the resumption of talks."
Yannis Behrakis, one of Reuters' most decorated and best-loved photographers, has died after a long battle with cancer. He was 58.
After joining the news wire 30 years ago, Behrakis covered many of the most tumultuous events around the world, including conflicts in Afghanistan and Chechnya, a huge earthquake in Kashmir and the Egyptian uprising of 2011.
Seven Bulgarian companies have found their place in the annual ranking of the prestigious business magazine Financial Times, which ranks companies for revenue growth in three years. This year, the threshold for entering the top 1 000 is even higher - 37.7 percent, compared to 34.6 percent last year.
AGERPRES special correspondent to Kosice, Slovakia, Florentina Peia reports: The presidents of Romania, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Slovakia adopted on Thursday at the plenary session of the B9 Summit a declaration which underscores the importance of the forward presence of NATO from the Baltic Sea to the Black Sea and the concern for the situat
The article recalls that Djukanovic, during the so-called "Yogurt Revolution", with Momir Bulatovic, took power in the smallest Yugoslav republic, and focused on a close alliance with Slobodan Milosevic and Serbia, which Milosevic ruled at that time.
In 2017, regional Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita, expressed in terms of purchasing power standards, ranges from only 31% of the European Union average in the Northwest region of Bulgaria to 628% in the West London-West region of the United Kingdom, show the latest European statistics, quoted by Econ.bg
Opponents of the Greece-North Macedonian Prespa Agreement are up in arms about press reports by both the BBC and now the Russian state-run new service Sputnik that use interviews with Greeks of Slavo-Macedonian descent who speak about the existence of a minority in the Greek province of Macedonia and about state discrimination.