Latest News from Bulgaria

Merkel in the Balkans repeated the sentence from 2015

After leaving Belgrade, she arrived in Tirana, where she was welcomed by the Prime Minister of that country, Edi Rama.
Media in the region remind what Merkel said when she arrived in the Western Balkans in 2015.

Will Bugaia's New Government Raise Skopje's European Chances?

"Skopje can get an answer from Sofia in December if Bulgaria has a government with a clear mandate, but the chance of that is very small," Vessela Tcherneva, deputy director of the European Council on Foreign Relations, a think-tank specialised in EU foreign affairs, told EURACTIV.

Over 21 tonnes of rubber waste from Bulgaria to Czech Republic, stopped at Giurgiu Border Checkpoint

The quantity of 21 tonnes of rubber waste illegally transported from Bulgaria to a Czech company was stopped at the Giurgiu Border Checkpoint. "Border police with the Giurgiu Border Checkpoint carried out a specific check on a truck driven by a Bulgarian citizen, aged 46. He was carrying, according to the documents accompanying the goods, rubber waste.

Bulgaria May Throw Away Millions of Expired Vaccines

The Chief Inspector Ass. Prof. Kunchev commented that at the end of September the shelf life of 300-400 thousand vaccines against COVID-19 expires. He did not specify which types of vaccines were in question, but in all probability he meant those of Pfizer, which prices became known at the end of last year.

Bulgaria's Labor Market during Pandemic as Reflected by Tuk-Tam Career Hive Forum

IT experts, marketing managers, people employed at outsourcing companies, business consultants and financial advisors are among the most demanded specialists at present, indicate data of a poll conducted by Radio Bulgaria during the 2021 edition of Tuk-Tam Career Hive forum held in Bulgaria's capital Sofia.

Bulgaria Will See Another Peak of Covid-19 Wave by End-September

We are currently at the peak of the COVID-19 spread in Bulgaria. Due to a number of factors, a new peak of the current wave can be expected soon, mathematician Prof. Nikolay Vitanov told BNT breakfast show "The Day Begins" on September 13.

Bulgarian Parliament Will Be Disbanded on 16 September President Radev Will Appoint New Caretaker Cabinet

Bulgarian President Rumen Radev will dissolve the 46th National Assembly and will appoint a caretaker cabinet on Thursday, 16 September, the President's Press Secretariat said on Monday.

The legislature will have to be dissolved after three parliamentary groups (There Is Such a People, GERB-UDF and BSP for Bulgaria) failed to fulfil their mandates to form a cabinet.

New COVID-19 Rules Keep Travel To-From Balkans Limited

Measures to enter some Balkan and European countries have been tightened in the last 30 days as the number of newly registered COVID-19 cases increases, making travel to and from the region a complicated affair.

Weather in Bulgaria: Sunny and Warm

During the night over Northern Bulgaria the weather will be clear, with significant but scattered clouds over Southern Bulgaria, though no precipitation in in the forecast.

Tomorrow there will be sun over the Northwestern half of the country, over the Southeast there will be significant scattered clouds.  Maximum temperatures 27° - 32° C.

COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 437 New Cases

437 are the new cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria. 6% of the tests performed over 7000 are positive, according to the data of the Unified Information Portal.

373 people remain for treatment in intensive care units, and 53 have lost the battle with the disease.

More than 400 have recovered. Nearly 2,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been given.

Wrapping of Arc de Triomphe begins in Christo tribute

A first giant sheet of fabric was draped down the Arc de Triomphe in Paris on Sept. 12 as work started to wrap the monument in a tribute to late artist Christo.

After weeks of preparations, the final stage of the art installation has begun, with a silver-blue sheet unfurled from the top of the imposing war memorial at the top of the Champs-Elysees.

Top 7 Universities in Bulgaria

Bulgaria is a lovely country for both tourists and international students who want to further their education. Many people who've had the opportunity to study in Bulgaria often praise the country's amazing ski resorts, mountains, beaches, warm welcoming people, and cities. Bulgaria has a long and proud history that goes as far back as the year 681.

US Ambassador – Greece key US energy partner – What he said about Nord Stream 2

Greece is a key partner of America in building the diversification of energy sources and routes in Southeast Europe, said the US Ambassador to Greece, Geoffrey Pyatt, in an interview with the Athenian-Macedonian News Agency on the sidelines of Southeast Europe Forum, yesterday, organized in Thessaloniki by the Hellenic-American Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the American Embassy.