Ministry of Internal Affairs

"Armageddon"; Major police operation: Horror revealed - what they did to minors VIDEO

In the continuation of the "Armageddon" action, members of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Department of Technology, Unit for Combating High-Tech Crime, in cooperation with the police departments in Belgrade, Ni, Pirot and Leskovac, and by order of the Special Public Prosecutor's Office for High-Tech Crime of the Higher Public Prosecutor's Office.

18-Year-Old Girl Reported Missing in Sliven, Bulgaria

Authorities in Sliven, Bulgaria, have issued an urgent appeal for information regarding the whereabouts of 18-year-old Gergana Georgieva Tsandeva, who has been reported missing. According to the regional office of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Gergana, a resident of Sliven, was last seen on February 28 in the vicinity of the city garden in Sliven.

Mayor of Omurtag Arrested Amid Corruption Allegations, Suffers Heart Attack

The mayor of Omurtag, Eshref Eshrefov, was arrested during a police operation at the municipal administration, reported Nova TV.

Details surrounding Eshrefov's detention remain undisclosed by the Ministry of Internal Affairs, citing his emotional breakdown and subsequent heart attack.

Police Launch Operation Targeting Trucks and Buses Across Bulgaria

In a bid to enhance road safety, Bulgarian authorities have initiated a comprehensive police operation targeting trucks and buses, set to extend throughout the week. The operation, conducted under the European network of road police services "Roadpol," aims to curb traffic violations and ensure compliance with regulations governing commercial vehicles.

"Hell" awaits us, get ready! Interior Ministry addressed the citizens: Be careful...

As you can imagine, it will be "hell" on the roads in the afternoon because big crowds are expected. Increased traffic and congestion are expected throughout the country, especially in Belgrade.
At all exits from the city, you should expect a larger number of vehicles, and on the highway, you should certainly expect bigger crowds than usual.