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Perhaps the biggest leak of personal data in Bulgaria. That's how the 57-folder contains more than a thousand files that anonymous hackers sent to Bulgarian media on Monday. Upon reviewing the information, "Kapital" has opened databases with more than 1 million rows containing personal information like names, addresses, and even earnings.
The United States and 11 NATO allies began their participation in the nine-day Breeze 19, a maritime exercise hosted by Bulgaria that included three U.S. Navy P-8A Poseidon patrol aircraft.
The exercise began Friday and is scheduled to conclude on July 21 near Varna in the Black Sea, according to a Naval news release Monday.
Canadian mineral exploration and development company Velocity Minerals said on Monday that it has received drill results from the Obichnik gold project, in southeastern Bulgaria, which confirm the presence of both high-grade epithermal gold and potential bulk tonnage intrusion related gold mineralization.
Exports of goods from Bulgaria to the EU countries and to third countries increased in May by 7.3% compared to the same month of the previous year, reaching BGN 4.6393 billion. At the same time, imports decreased by 0.6% to BGN 5.1331 billion, preliminary data from the National Statistical Institute (NSI) show.
The Ministry of Agriculture has prepared a National Plan for the Development of Organic Farming until 2027. The goal is to establish this country as leader in a number of bio-products. The sustainability of small organic farms will be promoted through their cooperation. Opportunities for free counseling and professional training for bio-farmers are being launched.
"Volya" won't support the deal for the purchase of eight F-16 fighters in the plenary, the party's press centre reported. The deal must be submitted for ratification by Parliament by the end of this week.
Volya's deputies will vote against the purchase of fighters in the defense committee scheduled for tomorrow and the Budget and Finance Committee scheduled for Wednesday.
A key supplier for Mercedes, which last year announced its investment in a headlamp factory in Bulgaria, officially opened a development center in Sofia. The subsidiary of the group was in our country - "Odelo Farba" - will work on projects for rear lights of cars in the office in the capital and the finished products will be in mass production 2 years after the initial design phase.
In Bulgaria these positions have not been able to be borrowed by Bulgarians, writes NOVA TV.
Teachers, athletes, ballerinas and circus artists came in Bulgaria from non-EU countries.
Since the beginning of 2019, 1346 foreign nationals from third countries have been granted permission to work in Bulgaria, according to data from the Employment Agency, including seasonal workers.