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Bulgaria will take out a New Debt of Half a Billion BGN
Ukrainian Refugees in Bulgaria: Urgent need for more Volunteers, Food, Drinks and Hygiene Materials at the border
Bulgarian MP Running for National Bank Post Threatened
The EP has approved € 3.4 billion for countries that have accepted refugees from Ukraine
EU countries that have taken refuge from the Russian invasion of Ukraine will immediately receive 3.4 billion euros, MEPs in Strasbourg have decided.
At its session, the European Parliament gave the green light to redirect EU funds for regional development and asylum to member states sheltering Ukrainian refugees. MEPs have now adopted additional emergency measures to support them.
Sasha from Kyiv, whose parents declared him Missing, was found Dead
63% of Transactions in Bulgaria are made in Cash
Fathers in Bulgaria will be entitled to two months Paid Leave
Fathers in Bulgaria will now be entitled to paid leave of two months until the child reaches the age of 8 - this is provided by changes in the Labor Code, which are published for public discussion on the website of the Ministry of Social Affairs. The leave will be used all at once or in parts. Adoptive parents will have the same right to two months' leave.
Survey: 67% are for Bulgaria's Neutrality in the Russia-Ukraine Conflict
Most Bulgarians believe that Bulgaria should remain neutral in the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
This shows the latest survey of "Market Links", which was conducted among 1,029 people in the period March 22-29, reports bTV. Against 67% for neutrality are 16% who believe that Bulgaria should actively support Ukraine, including with weapons.
Coordination Center "Plovdiv - Ukraine" has been Established
A coordination center "Plovdiv - Ukraine" is being established in the city under the hills. The open telephone line (+359) 032 / 605-550, which will be open 24 hours a day, will collect information on accommodation and employment opportunities for refugees from Ukraine from all municipalities in the district, employers, the Bulgarian Red Cross in Plovdiv and individuals.
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Bulgaria: 2000 Beds in Hotels in the Varna Region are Waiting for Refugees from Ukraine
Nearly ten hoteliers have already expressed readiness to accommodate newcomers from Ukraine, with 2,000 beds currently available, Varna's new regional governor Blagomir Kotsev said today, welcoming the two buses to the first to be evacuated from Odessa. He clarified that the beds are not only in the city, but also in the resorts in the area.