Ministry of Foreign Affairs

The EU and Reporters Without Borders Defended Bulgarian Journalist Christo Grozev over Russia's Actions against him

"We remind Russia that the right to information is enshrined in the international documents to which Moscow is a party", said today a spokesperson for the European Commission in response to a question related to the announcement that the Bulgarian investigative journalist Christo Grozev is wanted by the Russian authorities, BTA reported.

The session of the Assembly scheduled for tomorrow; new ministries

This is actually an introduction to the formation of the new Government of Serbia.
The President of the Assembly, Vladimir Orli, convened the first session of the autumn regular session of the Parliament for tomorrow, and as the only item on the agenda, amendments to the Law on Ministries were proposed.

Russian Report: Nazism is Not Persecuted in Bulgaria, Vandals write ‘Save Ukraine’ on Monuments

"In Bulgaria there are structures and organizations that openly support Nazism, they regularly organize a march in the name of the ideologist of Bulgarian Nazism and a torchlight procession in honor of a Bulgarian accomplice of the fascists - military pilot Dimitar Spisarevski.

MFA: Bulgaria will Not Recognize Passports issued in the Occupied Zones in Ukraine

"The preparation of our country in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is moving forward, and on August 25, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs held a meeting of the interdepartmental coordination mechanism for Bulgaria's accession to the OECD.

Macedonians might be able to Study and Go to University Free of Charge in Bulgaria

Students from the Republic of North Macedonia might start studying higher education completely free of charge in Bulgarian universities. They might be freed from paying not only for tuition fees but also application fees. This is foreseen by the changes proposed by the Acting Minister of Education Prof. Sasho Penov in Government Decree No. 228 of 1997.

Kerry in Athens: Dinner with FM Dendias, meeting with PM Mitsotakis on Monday

Special US Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry will pay a visit to Athens on Sunday and Monday (August 28-29), to meet with government officials on efforts to reduce global emissions, decarbonize ocean-based shipping, and continue the momentum of the Our Ocean Conferences, the US State Department said in a statement on Friday.

Meeting and dinner with FM Dendias