How Online Casinos Are Affecting Bulgarian Tourism Industry
When it comes to the tourism industry, Bulgaria has always been a popular destination among tourists with its rich cultural heritage, beautiful landscapes, stunning beach resorts, and vibrant nightlife. Along with these, the country has also seen a rise in the number of online casinos in its main tourist destinations in recent years, such as Sunny Beach and Varna.
North Macedonia’s President: Bulgaria's request to participate in the Change of our Constitution is Scandalous
The President of the Republic of North Macedonia, Stevo Pendarovski, described as "scandalous" the request of Bulgaria to participate in the process of preparing the constitutional changes in the southwestern Balkan country.
European Commission: Bulgaria is not interested in Implementing the Just Transition Plan
The Government of Bulgaria has informed the European Commission that it is not interested in the implementation of the Just Transition Plan this year. This was said in Brussels by the European Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms, Elisa Ferreira.
The US on Bulgaria in 2022: Impunity and Corruption, Problems with Media Freedom
The US State Department's new 2022 annual human rights report says the Bulgarian government's efforts to address corruption and human rights abuses are "insufficient."
The report said steps had been taken to investigate officials accused of human rights abuses and corruption, but there was a problem of impunity.
Escalation of tensions: There is a growing concern
"Recently, we have witnessed the escalation of tensions between North Macedonia and Bulgaria with regrettable incidents and provocations," he emphasized on the occasion of the meeting in Brussels with Bujar Osmani, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of North Macedonia."
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Zelensky's Adviser: Bulgaria's Role in this War will be Highly Appreciated in the History Books
"Bulgaria's role in the war in Ukraine will be very, very highly appreciated in the history books," believes the advisor to the Ukrainian president Mykhailo Podolyak.
Romania, Bulgaria to Build Two Hydropower Plants on Danube
Romania and Bulgaria plan to build two hydropower plants on the Danube to be used jointly on the model of the Iron Gates hydropower plants operated jointly by Romania and Serbia, according to a document published on Tuesday by the Bulgarian government.
The Bulgarian Government will allocate 20 Million Leva for Heating Subsidies
The Bulgarian government will allocate BGN 20 million for a one-time aid for heating, announced acting Prime Minister Galab Donev. The decision is expected to be taken at the cabinet meeting that has already started, at which a number of legislative texts related to the commitments to receive the second tranche of funds under the Recovery and Sustainability Plan will be voted on.
Interior Minister: Bulgaria's Accession to Schengen will Contribute more to Security
Deputy Prime Minister for Public Order and Security and Minister of Internal Affairs Ivan Demerdzhiev took part in a meeting dedicated to the enlargement of Schengen in Prague at the initiative of the Czech Presidency.
President Radev: Bulgaria will Once Again stand in Solidarity with Fraternal Macedonia
"Bulgaria will once again stand in solidarity with fraternal Macedonia". This was stated by President of Bulgaria Rumen Radev during his meeting with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Macedonia Dimitar Kovachevski.
The head of state emphasized that our relations with the RNM have stood on a solid foundation.