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The first edition will take place on February 28 and will kick off a series of events aimed at fostering community development.
The global technology company Melexis, which operates in Bulgaria with a team of over 850 people, launched the Engineering Talks initiative. It represents a series of events, with its pilot edition scheduled for February 28 in Sofia.
Today marks a significant advancement in transportation infrastructure in Bulgaria as traffic is officially permitted through the "Zheleznitsa" tunnel on the "Struma" highway. This engineering marvel, spanning approximately 2 kilometers, proudly stands as the longest road tunnel ever constructed within the nation's borders.
During the night and tomorrow, we expect significant cloudiness, but precipitation will be light and only in certain areas of the mountain regions. The wind will be moderate to light from the northwest, and in Eastern Bulgaria, it will be from the south-southwest. Minimum temperatures will range between minus 2° and 3°, while maximum temperatures will range between 8° and 13°.
Hristo Gadjev, the chairman of Bulgaria's parliamentary committee on defense, has unveiled plans for Bulgarian involvement in repairing Ukrainian helicopters. In an interview with BNR, Gadjev confirmed that negotiations are underway for Bulgarian company "Terem-Letets" to undertake the repair work, marking a significant step in Bulgaria's efforts to support Ukraine amid ongoing conflict.
Today, a new scholarship program in the field of mathematics and informatics was presented. Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov participated in the official announcement of the program aimed at developing technological leaders at the Institute of Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, and Technologies (INSAIT). The presentation also involved the Minister of Education and Science, Prof.