Bulgarian National Radio

Court Overturns Sealing of Marinela Hotel in Sofia

Sofia. For the second time, the Sofia Administrative Court has overturned the sealing of the Marinela Hotel owned by Marinela and Vetko Arabadzhiev, the Bulgarian National Radio reported. According to the court, the order of the National Revenue Agency (NRA) for a preliminary enforcement of the measure is unlawful.

BNR: Bulgaria Hands over Presidency of Council of EU to Austria

Bulgarian National Radio - Today is the last day of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union. The start of the next term, headed by the Republic of Austria, will be given in Schladming, a well-known winter resort in the area of Steiermark, where Austria will send a strong pro-European signal under the motto "Servus Europa".

Celebrations, Processions, Concerts and Awards on the Day of Slavonic Scripture

The National Holiday of Bulgaria May 24 will be commemorated with celebrations and official ceremonies throughout the country from morning until evening today. The biggest procession will take place in Sofia and will include President Rumen Radev, ministers, MPs, cultural figures and public figures, students and teachers, as well as many citizens and guests of the city.

Thousands of Students are Taking Bulgarian Language and Literature Exams

Over 55,000 students are taking Bulgarian language and literature exams. Journalist from the Monitor newspaper Stella Marinova was chosen by lot made by Deputy Minister Tanya Mihaylova to generate the Bulgarian language and literature test for the state exam today, reports bgnes. 

The Rescuers have Found Belongings of Boyan Petrov

The Sherpas and the Chinese who are looking for Boyan Petrov have not found the Bulgarian, but have found tools and materials probably used by him. The equipment and everything found will be analyzed by the rescuers, according to the latest information from the operation.

Boyan Petrov disappeared on May 3 in an attempt to conquer Shishapangma.

Sunny Beach will Open the Season with Romanians and Israelis

Romanians and Israelis are the first organized groups of tourists in Sunny Beach. Most hotels are still closed, but all retail outlets are now operational. The repair of the infrastructure in the resort is over, but the finishing works on the hotels and the holiday base continue, said the deputy chairman of the Union of Private Owners Veselin Nalbantov before the Bulgarian National Radio.

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