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NATO Boosts Forces in East to Deter Russian Menace

The total number of battle-ready forces now comprises some 40,000 troops. The US on its own has also moved additional troops to these countries based on its own bilateral agreements with them.

Increase in Exports from Bulgaria by over 27% up until April

In the first four months of the year, Bulgaria's exports outside the European Union increased by 27.5% compared to the same period in 2021 and amounted to BGN 9.224 billion. Bulgaria's main trade partners are Turkey, Serbia, USA, North Macedonia, United Kingdom, China and Egypt, which account for 52.6% of exports to third countries.

Energy Commission Chief: Bulgaria has Not Signed a Contract for the Supply of US LNG Yet

"If the storage in Chiren is not 100% full and the gas connection with Greece does not work, there is a risk of gas supply to consumers and district heating". This was stated on BNT by the chairman of the Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (EWRC) Stanislav Todorov. He also announced that a contract for the supply of American liquefied natural gas has not been signed yet.

COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 42 New Cases, No Deaths

In the last 24 hours, 42 new cases of coronavirus have been registered in Bulgaria, according to data published in the Unified Information Portal.

For the last 24 hours, 1,003 tests have been performed, 4.19% of which have been positive.

British Tourists have Returned to Sunny Beach, the South Seaside will Rely on Bulgarians

After two heavy Covid summers in Sunny Beach, a good season is expected. British tourists have returned to the resort after two seasons during which hotels working with the UK market remained closed. At the beginning of June, the hotels in the resort are already full from 20% to over 40%. However, people in Sunny Beach are moderate optimists.

Bulgaria: Vegetables continue to become Cheaper

The Market Price Index (MPI), which reflects wholesale food prices in Bulgaria, fell 0.52 percent this week to 2,111 points. This was reported by BTA.

Defense Minister: Bulgaria Needs a whole Squadron of F-16s

"If there is no parliament, the project for the F-16 Block 70 will be restarted, it will not be clear at all what the price will be and it is unclear when the second 8 fighters will come at all. In the first quarter of 2025, we expect the first already paid planes".

This was stated to bTV this morning by the Minister of Defense Dragomir Zakov.

COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 188 New Cases in the Last 24 hours

One hundred and eighty-eight new cases of coronavirus infection have been registered in Bulgaria in the last 24 hours, according to data from the Unified Information Portal.

The new cases were found in 3718 tests (5.06 percent were positive).

Macedonian PM doubts Sofia is ready to Resolve Disputes with Skopje

The Bulgarian veto on the start of negotiations for the membership of North Macedonia in the EU is expected to be the main topic of today's visit of German Chancellor Olaf Scholz to Bulgaria.

He arrives in Sofia from Skopje, where he told North Macedonian Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski this morning that the country is ready to start EU membership talks.

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