Latest News from Bulgaria

COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 236 New Cases in the Last 24 hours

The new cases of COVID-19 for the past 24 hours in Bulgaria are 236, according to the data from the Unified Information Portal. They were found in 5,478 tests, i.e. positive are 4.3 percent. Six people died - 83.33 percent of them were not vaccinated.

Bulgarian MP: We have No Reason to Lift the Veto on North Macedonia

"The topic of North Macedonia has become an object of political abuse of all kinds. There is a strategic solution for Bulgaria, we must look for possible solutions, not to accumulate political dividends. Our task as a state is not to veto or stop RNM but to complete our goals - the rights of Bulgarians in the Republic of North Macedonia, the common history, the language of hatred.

1/3 of the Signals for Dangerous Foods in the EU are from Bulgaria

"In 2 and a half years, Bulgaria has sent 660 notifications to the EU about dangerous foods. 85% of them are for imports of food from Turkey and as many pesticides. Bulgaria is one of the countries with the most signals, 1/3 of all in the Union. Turkey ranks second in the number of notifications for dangerous foods ".

COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 316 New Cases in the Last 24 hours

The new cases of COVID-19 for the past 24 hours in Bulgaria are 316, according to the data from the Unified Information Portal. They were found in 6917 tests, i.e. 4.5 percent were positive. Six people died - 66.67 percent of them were not vaccinated.

Bulgarian Author is Nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature

Bulgarian Writer and poet Georgi Gospodinov has been nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature.

The proposal was signed by chairwoman Zdravka Evtimova. Bulgaria's candidacy was sent a few months ago but so far there has been no response from the Swedish Nobel Committee.

Half of Bulgarian Hotels will let Ukrainian Refugees Stay for the Foreseeable Future

More than 23,000 beds in accommodations registered with the National Tourist Register have already been included in the new humanitarian program for the accommodation of Ukrainian refugees. In just two days, the percentage of applicants from hotels who have currently accommodated people with temporary protection has increased from 30 to 50%.

Exactly 100 New Cases of COVID-19 have been Registered in Bulgaria

The new cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria for the last 24 hours are exactly 100, according to the data of the Unified Information Portal.

2501 tests were performed during the day. There were 82,111 active cases and 231 patients reported as cured.

The Biggest Horse Racing Countries in Europe

Horse racing is one of the oldest sports in the world. It can be traced back several hundred years, but it is likely that humans have been challenging each other to a race on horseback for as long as we've been riding our four-legged friends. Despite being centuries old, horse racing remains just as popular today as it has always been.

About 100,000 Refugees remain in Bulgaria

"297,000 Ukrainian citizens have entered Bulgaria, about 100,000 people are still on Bulgarian territory," Mariana Tosheva, chairwoman of the State Agency for Refugees, told BNT.

According to her, this is a completely normal ratio compared to other European countries. The last ten days have seen a trend of entry and exit in Ukraine.

Bulgarian President: Our Language will continue to Unite us as a Nation

"On May 24 we are all Bulgarians. In the hierarchy of spirit and culture, neither wealth nor power is authoritative. The nobility of the spirit is important here. And it is worn and radiated by every awake child". This was commented by President Rumen Radev in an address on the occasion of May 24.