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Draft Strategic Cooperation Agreement between Bulgaria and the United Arab Emirates Approved

The government has approved a draft Strategic Cooperation Agreement between Bulgaria and the United Arab Emirates as a basis for negotiations between the two countries, said the government press office.

The United Arab Emirates is among the countries in the Gulf region with which Bulgaria has been developing ever closer relations and dynamic cooperation over recent years.

Esper urges Greece to help protect ‘critical infrastructure’ in Gulf Region

US Defense Secretary Mark Esper has urged Greece to contribute to "the international effort to protect critical infrastructure in the Gulf Region."

In a tweet, Esper praised Greece as a "close friend and ally to the US" and as one of the few members of the NATO military alliance that spends more than 2 percent of its gross domestic product on defense.

Twitter Closed Thousands of Accounts Around the World For Spreading Fake News

Blocked accounts are in countries like the United Arab Emirates, China, and Spain.

Twitter has closed thousands of accounts around the world for spreading fake news as well as for propaganda. The blocked profiles are in countries such as the United Arab Emirates, China and Spain, according to BGNES.

Bulgaria - One of the Most Favourable Countries as a Cost of Living for Working Foreigners

Bulgaria holds the first position in terms of cost of living, according to the foreigners who settled in the country. This became clear from the latest Expat Insider 2019 survey for the sixth consecutive year. It examines which are the best and worst countries for working and living for people from other countries

More and more Chinese Tourists Prefer more Distant Destinations

More and more Chinese are seeking to travel further in search of adventure, according to a report by the British company OAG. Its traffic analysis shows that the number of Chinese tourists in February during the one-week Chinese New Year holiday has increased by more than 20% annually in 15 countries.