All News on Politics in Bulgaria

41% of Bulgarians do not Trust NATO

41% of Bulgarians do not trust NATO, according to a sociological survey on the topic. Trust in the Alliance has been expressed by 38%. On an experimental question - Should Bulgaria leave NATO, 45% responded negatively and 26% positive.

US Secret Service will Train Bulgarian Teams

Secret service will train Bulgarian teams. This became known after a meeting between Interior Minister Mladen Marinov and Deputy Director of Secret Service William Callahan in the United States, the press center of the Ministry of Interior announced.

The Bulgarian President Scheduled the European Elections for May 26th

By decree, President Rumen Radev scheduled for May 26, 2019, the election of members of the European Parliament from the Republic of Bulgaria. This was announced by the press-secretariat of the head of state. This is the third of the weekends for the Day of Bulgarian Education and Culture and the Slavonic Alphabet. Elections throughout the European Union will be held from 23 to 26 May.

Rumen Ovcharov: Clear Statement is Needed on the Benefits of "TurkStream"

,,Russia continues to seek an option to transit gas through Bulgaria. We have guaranteed certain payments by Russia by 2030 for  this transit.'' This was stated by Rumen Ovcharov from the National Council of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) in "The Day begins with Georgi Lyubenov" on BNT.

Valentin Radev: Bulgaria is the Most Stable Country in the Balkans

,,Services in Bulgaria work well. We are the most stable country on the Balkans'', GERB MP Valentin Radev said in the studio of" The Day begins with Georgi Lyubenov " on BNT. 

There is no better protection against people's fears of telling the truth without interfering with the investigation, Radev added. According to him, good relations between Bulgaria and Turkey should continue.

Bulgaria is Spending 1.43% of GDP on Defense

Bulgaria is spending 1.43% of GDP on defense without the cost of military pensions. This is clear from the Alliance's Annual Report on how much the Allies spend.

An Economic Forum with the Participation of the Bulgarian President is Held in Sofia

Head of State Rumen Radev participated in a round table "Towards a Competitive and Prosperous Bulgarian Economy". The forum is attended by Deputy Prime Ministers Tomislav Donchev and Mariana Nikolova, Ministers and Deputies. 

A fundamental problem is dealing with corruption, President Rumen Radev said at the closing of a round table on Bulgarian economy.

The Cabinet Gave Another BGN 3 million to the Interior Ministry For Schengen

The government approved additional spending on the budget of the Ministry of Interior amounting to BGN 3 000 000, the government's press service announced.

The amount is for the financing of projects related to the implementation of urgent measures for 2019 for the accession of the Republic of Bulgaria to the Schengen area.

March 8 - History and Traditions of the Holiday

International Women's Day is celebrated each year on March 8th. This is a day for international recognition of women's economic, political and social achievements.

The celebration began in 1857 in New York when one of the first protests of women working in textile factories was organized. They demanded equal rights with men, reduced working hours and improved working conditions.