In 2022 the Population of Bulgaria Shrank by 34,774 People

30,181 fewer people died in Bulgaria in 2022 compared to 2021, when the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic was here. This is shown by the data of the National Statistical Institute (NSI). However, the total number of the population of Bulgaria decreased by 34,774 people in just one year and on December 31, 2022 it was 6,447 million. For every 1,000 men there are 1,080 women.

Brnabic meets with Brophy

DUBLIN - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic met on Friday in Dublin with the chairman of the Republic of Ireland's parliamentary committee on European Union affairs Colm Brophy, noting that Serbia naturally belonged in the European family of nations and that the entire Western Balkans belonged there as well.

Brnabic: We will work intensively on boosting economic ties with Ireland

DUBLIN - Serbian PM Ana Brnabic said on Thursday her meeting with the Republic of Ireland's PM Leo Varadkar in Dublin earlier in the day had addressed advancement of bilateral economic ties and that they had agreed to set up mechanisms of cooperation in development of the innovative economy and knowledge-sharing.

Brnabic meets with Republic of Ireland minister, entrepreneurs

DUBLIN - On the sidelines of a Bloomberg Media conference in Dublin, Serbian PM Ana Brnabic met with the Republic of Ireland's Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Simon Coveney, the CEO of the country's Industrial Development Agency Michael Lohan, Bloomberg Media CEO Scott Havens and Jaguar Land Rover General Manager John Cormican on Thursday.

Amid ongoing Fighting the EU Ambassador to Sudan has been Attacked in his Home

International leaders are demanding an immediate end to days of bloody fighting between rival military groups in Sudan, which has left nearly 200 people dead and hundreds more injured, DPA reported, quoted by BTA.

At least 185 people have been killed and 1,800 injured in the fighting in Sudan, UN mediator Volker Perthes said via video conference in New York.

Pogačar solos to Amstel Gold win

Slovenian cycling star Tadej Pogačar bagged the 11th win of the season on 16 April when he soloed over 30 kilometres to win the Amstel Gold Race, a one-day classic.

The 24-year-old UAE Emirates rider finished in just over six hours, 37 seconds ahead of Ireland's Ben Healy. Tom Pidcock settled for third place.

Türkiye bids to host Euro 2028 or 2032


The Turkish Football Federation (TFF) has submitted a final bid to UEFA to host the 2028 or 2032 editions of the European Football Championships.

"UEFA today received three bid dossiers from member national associations interested in hosting the 2028 and 2032 European Championships," the European football's governing body announced on April 12.