Borissov: Next Year Bulgaria Will Be able to Deliver Liquefied Gas from the US, Asia and Africa

"Next year, by this time, Bulgaria will be able to supply liquefied natural gas from the US, Qatar, Cyprus, Egypt, Azerbaijan." The start was given in May this year by Prime Minister Boyko Borissov and the Greek Prime Minister / 2015-2019 / Alexis Tsipras.

'Sportsmanship in the biggest way possible'

One of the most inspiring moments in sports took place in Doha, Qatar, on the first night of the track and field world championships. Aruba athlete Jonathan Busby collapsed in the final 200 meters of the 5,000-meter qualifying race, but crossed the finish line with the incredible help of Guinea-Bissau's athlete, Braima Suncar Dabo.

Bulgarian Movie Awarded at the 67th San Sebastian Film Festival

Bulgarian movie received a special diploma in the New Directors program at the 67th San Sebastian Film Festival, Art Fest reported.

"Sister" is the second feature movie by Svetla Tsotsorkova, but begins its journey as a project of "Sofia Meetings" within the "Sofia Film Fest". The film was also supported by festivals in Arras - France, Thessaloniki - Greece, Hong Kong - China.

‘Sniper Alley’ Site Preserves Photo Memories of Sarajevo Siege

Dzemil Hodzic launched the Sniper Alley site in an attempt to collect and save all the wartime photographs he could find from Sarajevo in one place, establishing a database that will be easily accessible to anyone who wants to find images from the years when the Bosnian capital was under siege in the 1990s.

Not gold this time, but Stefanidi continues unprecedented medal run

Katerina Stefanidi's three-year gold medal run in major athletics championships ended Sunday when she won the bronze medal in the women's pole vault at the world championships in Doha, Qatar.

The reigning Olympic champion, who also won the world championships in 2017 and the European title in 2016 and 2018, cleared 4.85 meters at her second attempt.