The Bulgarian Food Safety Authority (BFSA) finds new cases of African swine fever in feral pigs. One of them is from a village 24 km away from Sofia.
It is about Zhelyava, which is located after the village of Yana and is next to the Hemus highway. Jelyava is part of the Kremikovtsi metropolitan municipality.
In the morning, clouds will break and the rain will stop for a while, but even before noon it will start again from the west and will cover most of the country. In the evening the rain will gradually end from the northwest but will continue in the southern and eastern areas overnight, significant amounts expected there. Thunderstorms and hail more likely in southern Bulgaria.
A warning for extreme fire danger conditions has been issued for some areas in Dobrich region for 2 July, according to the website of the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (NIMH). The extreme fire danger rating indicates rapid spread of very strong fires, difficult to control, with conditions for crown fires.
A specialized action of the Prosecutor's Office in Sofia and Silistra investigates the drain of the NSSI. The scheme is related to the issuance of fake data for length of service. This was announced by the Deputy Minister. Chief Prosecutor Ivan Geshev.
According to unofficial information, among the suspects is the father of the singer Tita.
The clouds above the country will be significant. At first, there will be precipitations and thunderstorms in the southeast, and later in the day - and over the rest of the country. The quantities will be significant in the afternoon in the southeast, and in the middle of the night in Central Bulgaria. There are conditions for hail. They will blow to moderate wind from east to northeast.
Bulgaria's Premier Boyko Borissov and Romania's Premier Mihai Tudose unveiled near the Dunabe town of Silistra the new border checkpoints Kaynardzha which was negotiated in a bilateral agreement back in 2012.
An intergovernmental agreement between Bulgaria and Romania for joint border control has been in force since 2007.
Bulgaria's Border Police broke up a criminal group manufacturing counterfeit identification documents during a specialized operation in Sofia and Silistra district, according to BNR.
Six Bulgarian nationals, who used to order, manufacture and spread fake ID cards with falsified personal data were detained during the police operation.