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Bulgaria’s Parliament Sitting Failed, the Reason - Lack of Quorum

Bulgaria's Parliament failed to sit on October 11 due to lack of quorum. Parliament made two succesive attempts to secure quorum. Of the 121 MPs required, 106 registered in the plenary hall. 112 MPs registered during a second attempt to achieve quorum, BNT reported.

Parliament suspends sittings between October 16 and 25 because of the local elections.

A Bulgarian Scientist Has Won almost € 10 Million in Grants for her Project

Bulgarian scientist Assoc. Prof. Anelia Kasabova from the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Studies with Ethnographic Museum at BAS, together with three other foreign colleagues won a funding under the EU's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program. Representation of the European Commission in Bulgaria.

Les Films de Cannes a Bucarest's special guests - Elia Suleiman, Mounia Meddour, Jasmila Zbanic

Film directors Elia Suleiman, Mounia Meddour and Jasmila Zbanic are the special guests of the Les Films de Cannes a Bucarest festival, which takes places between October 18 and 27 in Bucharest, informs a press release of the organisers sent to AGERPRES. Palestinian artist Elia Suleiman is the winner of the special prize of the jury of this year's edition of the festival on the Croisette.

Bulgarian Kinetik 07 Presents the First Zero-Emission Sports Car

Cutting-edge technology and customization at customer's choice - this is the formula that Kinetik 07, the first Bulgarian electric track-day car has set. It made its official debut in front of over 1000 people at Sofia Tech Park.

Experts from more than 10 Countries Discussed the Prevention of Forest Fires at a Two-Day Conference in Sofia

Experts from more than 10 countries working in the area of prevention of forest fires on October 10 visited the Southwestern State Enterprise in Blagoevgrad, South Bulgaria. Their goal was to learn more about the work of the teams in managing the big fire in Bulgaria's Kresna Gorge, which broke out two years ago and affected more than 14,000 decares of forests, BNT reported.

President Rumen Radev: EU Needs a Real Cohesion

If the European Union does not invest in social and economic unity during the new term of office of the European institutions, internal division will continue threatening the EU principles and pillars, Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev said at the 15th summit of the heads of state of the Arraiolos Group in Athens.

The MoEW Does NOT Negotiate with Italy for the Import of Waste from Rome

In connection with the information that has appeared in the media, we inform you that neither the Government of the Republic of Bulgaria, nor the Ministry of Environment and Water are negotiating with Italy for the acceptance of waste generated in the city of Rome or other Italian cities.

Intellectuals Condemn Bulgaria’s ‘Unacceptable’ Demands of North Macedonia

Historians, political science experts, clerics, journalists, sociologists, economists and other prominent intellectuals from Bulgaria and North Macedonia have expressed "disappointment and deep concern" about the document issued by the Bulgarian government listing its various demands of North Macedonia.

PM Borissov: There is No Increased Migration Pressure on Bulgaria Due to the Situation in Syria

Prime Minister Boyko Borissov reassured that there is no increased migration pressure on Bulgaria because of the situation in Syria. At the inauguration of the new section of Hemus Highway, Borissov and Minister of Defense Krasimir Karakachanov commented on Erdogan's words that he would open the border for 3 million refugees, as is currently the case in Turkey.

It is Possible For Bulgaria to Join the "Waiting Room" For the Euro Area by June 2020

Bulgaria can join the ERM II exchange rate mechanism in the first or second quarter of 2020. This was stated by the head of the European Banking Restructuring Council, Elke König. The leading institution in the process is the European Central Bank, with its response expected in mid-summer or early fall, BNR reports.

No Bulgarian Citizens Were Injured in the Wildfires in California

There have been no reports of injured or affected Bulgarian citizens in the wildfires in California, the Foreign Ministry press centre reported.

At present, the largest fires are in Riverside County in Southern California and south of the City of San Francisco in Northern California. Riverside County has issued mandatory evacuation orders for settlements near fires.

Mostly Sunny Today, Clouds to Decrease

It will be mostly sunny today, clouds will decrease, meteorologist Martin Slavchev of the National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (NIMH) told Focus News Agency.

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