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Bulgaria’s Eco-Minister about the Black Sea: We are Polluting it, Not Ukraine!

"The pollution of the Black Sea is increasing rather than decreasing, but it is not related to Ukraine, we are doing it ourselves", insisted Eco-minister Julian Popov on the occasion of the study by "Active users" and scientists from Sofia University, who have found contamination of the sea water with the bacterium "Escherichia coli" up to 41 times above the norm on 7 out of a total of

Feces in the Sea: Up to 41 times above the norm is the Pollution on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast

Pollution of the sea water up to 41 times above the norm found a joint inspection of scientists from Sofia University and the Association "Active Users" on the beaches along the Southern Black Sea coast.

Its results and analysis were published today.

Today: Many Museums and Galleries in Bulgaria will participate in the "European Night of Museums” - Free Entrance

More than 50 museums and galleries in Sofia will join the "European Night of Museums" initiative. With free admission, there will be exhibitions, concerts, workshops, films and organized tours in cultural spaces in Sofia and the country.

Strong Wind in Sofia broke Tree Branches in Several Areas

In several places in Sofia, there are fallen branches of trees due to the strong wind. This was announced by the Ministry of the Interior for the Bulgarian National Radio (BNR).

The Ministry of the Interior specified that there are fallen tree branches on the tram line on the capital's "James Boucher" boulevard.

Only Two Bulgarian Universities in a World Ranking

Only two of the 52 Bulgarian higher education institutions have found a place in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings for 2023. Sofia University's average score ranks it after the top 1200 in the 1201-1500 category. Last year it was in the 1200+ category. The Technical University in Sofia is losing 300 places per year.

The Italian Language is a Favorite of many Young Bulgarians

The Italian language continues to be popular in Bulgaria. The language of Giovanni Boccaccio and Dante Alighieri is very popular and loved, especially among young Bulgarians, for whom, in addition to Italian music, it is the language of aesthetics and parts, which they touch when visiting Italy.

Bulgarian President: While deciding their own Future, Politicians should Not Forget their Promises

"I expect both the government and the MPs, while deciding on their own political future, not to forget their enormous responsibility to the citizens and the promises made to tackle inflation, the social and economic crisis." This was stated by President Rumen Radev. He attended the awarding of finalists in a programming competition at Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski ".