Ministry of Interior

Woman Tried to Break Into the Bulgarian Presidency Building

A 61-year-old woman tried to break into the Presidency building, the Ministry of Interior announced. The incident was reported around 9.30 this morning.

After the intervention of police officers, she was taken out of the territory of the Presidency. The woman was subsequently placed in a mental health center in the capital.

A Public Transport Bus Hit a Child Riding a Scooter in Sofia

A serious road accident between a public transport bus and an electric scooter took place in the capital's Mladost 3 district opposite the municipal building, BGNES reported.

The child is 12 years old and was seriously injured, the Ministry of Interior announced. He was admitted tо the "Pirogov" hospital with a fracture of the thigh, contusion of the knee and lower leg. 

CPC Sealed Office of the Bulgarian Oil and Gas Association

The Commission for Protection of Competition (CPC) sealed the office of the Bulgarian Oil and Gas Association, the commission announced. This happened after a sudden on-site inspection. It was undertaken in the course of proceedings to establish possible infringements of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union in setting the prices of bulk automotive fuels. 

Coronavirus/MApN: 685 processed tests, 486 undergoing completion at Cantacuzino Institute

A number of 685 tests for SARS-CoV-2 virus have been processed in the past 24 hours at the "Cantacuzino" National Institute for Medical-Military Research-Development, whereas 486 samples are undergoing completion, the National defence Ministry (MApN) announced.

Official Bode: If there is an agreement with Austria, they won't be able to take whomever they please

Minister of Transport Lucian Bode on Friday stated in Timisoara that there has been no such official request from an Austrian official related to a train that was supposed to leave from the Timisoara Railway Station on May 2 to transport workforce from Romania to Austria, to take care of the elderly in this country.

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