Another European country enters the war? "This is important for the whole world"

The Dutch government announced the deployment of the ship on Friday in The Hague. The ship should arrive and be ready for duty at the end of March.
Protecting free passage in the Red Sea is extremely important for the Netherlands and the rest of the world - said Defense Minister Kajsa Ollongren.

Bulgarian Writer Nominated for Prestigious EU Literary Prize!

Todor P. Todorov's novel "Hagabula" has been nominated for the European Union Prize for Literature, reported BTA. Todorov is competing for the prize alongside 12 other authors from Albania, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Serbia, Slovenia, and Tunisia.

Economic Sentiment Wavers in EU and Bulgaria Amidst Uncertainty

Economic sentiment in both the European Union and Bulgaria experienced some turbulence in February, reflecting ongoing uncertainties surrounding economic recovery and global challenges. According to the latest monthly survey by the European Commission, while consumer sentiment showed marginal improvement, economic attitudes unexpectedly deteriorated.

Russian Shelling Wounds Civilians in Eastern Ukraine, Weastern Leaders Gather In Paris

In Eastern Ukraine, a recent bout of Russian shelling in Dnipro has left four individuals injured and hospitalized, as confirmed by Serhiy Lysak, the head of the regional military administration. The attack also resulted in significant damage to 10 homes.