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167 Villages in Bulgaria are without a Single Inhabitant
One in every three Turks clinically obese: Report
Bulgaria is looking for Places to House 59,000 Ukrainian Refugees
Pro-Russian Protesters Prevented the Wrapping of a Soviet Monument with Ukrainian and Bulgarian Flags in Sofia
Citizens tried to wrap Bulgarian and Ukrainian flags onto the Soviet Army monument in the center of the capital of Bulgaria. The initiative is a sign of support and sympathy with the Ukrainian people, but also as a protest against the fact that the monuments erected during the totalitarian regime in our country have not yet been removed.
Bulgarians celebrate May Day
About 48 million Euros from the EU will be Directed to Ukrainian Refugees in Bulgaria
About 48 million euros of the 148 million euros Bulgaria received from the European Union will be directed to Ukrainian refugees in our country. This was commented by the Deputy Prime Minister for Effective Governance Kalina Konstantinova during a discussion at the House of Europe on the topic "The Road ahead for Ukrainian Refugees in Europe and in Bulgaria", quoted by BTA.
Bulgaria: Refugees from Afghanistan and Syria are also on the Rise
From June, Bulgaria will accommodate Ukrainians in State or Municipal Bases
Freedom House: Corruption is still the Main Issue in Bulgaria
Bulgaria is classified as a "free" country in the latest Freedom House report on democracy and freedoms around the world.
Bulgaria has 79 points out of 100, one point more than last year (78). According to the rating for political rights, Bulgaria has 33 points out of 40 possible, and according to the rating for civil liberties - 40 out of 60 possible.
Survey: Bulgarians are Reluctant for Early Elections, Tolerant of Ukrainians despite Rising Prices
Nearly 85% of Bulgarians expect a rise in prices in the coming months, the majority of voters do not see the need for early elections, and do not share the view that refugees from Ukraine are a threat to security, and nearly 60 percent support the change of mandatory to recommended wearing of masks.
President Radev to Kuleba: Bulgarians have Opened their Hearts and Homes to the Citizens of Ukraine
Payroll Costs in Bulgaria: What You Need to Know Before Hiring
Since joining the European Union in 2007, Bulgaria has become a hotbed for foreign investors and multinational companies. Thanks to its cheaper but highly skilled labor and a hungry consumer base, it's not surprising that companies from all over the world are interested in expanding to this country.