Slovenian FM Sides with Skopje against Bulgaria, Requesting EU "action" for Western Balkans Enlargement

The EU needs to move "as soon as possible" from a wait-and-see approach to a problem-solving strategy in dealing with enlargement and the Western Balkans, said Slovenian Foreign Minister Anže Logar in an interview about the priorities for his country's upcoming EU Council presidency.

Bulgaria: Children over 12, Can Be Vaccinated with Pfizer Vaccine

Bulgaria's Ministry of Health informs that as of June 3 this year, children aged over 12 can be vaccinated against COVID-19 with the vaccine of the manufacturer Pfizer-BioNTech.

Parents who want their children to be immunized against COVID-19 can do so at their GP or vaccination centres.

Bulgarians Who Were in Contact with Covid, May Be Six Times above Official Figures Says Survey

Nearly 43% of the population of Bulgaria might have been exposed to the coronavirus. This shows a study conducted by one of the largest chains of laboratories in the country. 

Laboratory samples were processed for N-antibodies, 2,665 , randomly selected in the period May 25 - June 11, 2021, from 38 towns in the country. 

Most Bulgarians Are Afraid to Report Corruption Shows Survey

Accroding to international survey requested by Transparency International most Bulgarians (56%) believed during the last year of "Borissov 3" government mandate that the prime minister and members of his cabinet are involved in corruption.

 When it comes to MPs, this share exceeds two thirds (67%).

Caretaker Interior Minister: Top Prosecutor Covers up for Corrupt Politicians, Magistrates in Bulgaria

Bulgarian caretaker interior minister Boyko Rashkov accused on Sunday the prosecution of keeping secret a list of 38 magistrates and politicians who own undeclared property abroad.

The list was made back in 2019 when the Bulgarian authorities asked foreign countries to inform them of the property owned by Bulgarian nationals.

Bulgaria and North Macedonia Have New Chance to Work Togerther towards Ignoring out All Misunderstandings

I hope that the atmosphere of trust and mutual respect of national interests continues in the direction of finding a solution, because the European perspective for the Republic of North Macedonia and that for the Western Balkans are in the interest of Bulgaria, the region and the entire EU.

Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 27 Newly Infected, All Regions in Green Zone

27 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria over the past 24 hours are 27 frafter 4,141 tests, the daily report on the National Information Portal shows on June 21.

5 were confirmed from PCR and 22 from rapid antigen tests.

The total lab-confirmed positive cases in the country since the start of the epidemic are 421,032.

The active cases are 10,226.