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New Low-Cost Airline Flies to Sofia!

Lufthansa City Airlines, a new low-cost airline, will make its first flight on June 26, focusing on connecting flights for its parent company from hubs in Frankfurt and Munich. According to Euronews, Bulgaria is among its destinations. The airline will start flights this month to Berlin, Bremen, Cologne Bonn, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, and Hanover.

Vucevic: I am concerned over developments in region

BELGRADE - Serbian PM Milos Vucevic said on Thursday he was very concerned over developments in the region and that, following the adoption of a Srebrenica resolution, he was afraid of what might start happening from the autumn or in 2025, when he expects "barrages of initiatives" to change the Dayton Agreement.

Djuric: Serbia ready to create network of friends in new EP

BELGRADE - Serbian FM Marko Djuric said on Tuesday the recent European Parliament elections had demonstrated there were major differences among the national policies of EU member states and that the citizens of those states wanted a slightly different policy at the level of European institutions.

Orbán's Bulgarian Fandom: Unexpected Admiration in the Balkan Country

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán's popularity is surprisingly higher in Bulgaria than in his own country or neighboring Slovakia, according to a March survey conducted by the "Ipsos" agency for "Euronews". While only 32% of Hungarians express a positive opinion of Orbán, nearly four out of ten Bulgarians have a favorable view of him.

Schengen Entry to Boost Bulgarian and Romanian Tourism, Experts Say

The entry of Bulgaria and Romania into the Schengen area by air and sea is anticipated to have a significant impact on tourism, with experts predicting a substantial increase in visitor numbers. According to international publication "Euronews," experts estimate that tourism in both countries could surge by 15 to 25 percent following their integration into the Schengen zone.

Bulgaria’s Defense Minister: Due to the Powerful pro-Russian Propaganda there are No Applicants for the Army

The number of those wishing to join the Bulgarian army has decreased sharply because of the "powerful disinformation campaign and propaganda that is in pro-Russian and anti-Bulgarian interest", said Defense Minister Todor Tagarev this morning on Euronews Bulgaria.