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Three People have been Detained in Bulgaria for Illegal Funding from the EU

Three people have been detained and six searches have been carried out in Bulgaria as part of an investigation into a criminal group that received illegal funding from EU agricultural funds.

The actions are at the request of the European Prosecutor's Office and the Main Directorate "Fighting Organized Crime" (GDBOP).

PM Denkov: Russian Priests were Not Expelled, only People who Worked Against the National Interests of Bulgaria

"Russian priests were not expelled, people who worked against the national interests of Bulgaria were expelled." This is how Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov commented on the expulsion of the three priests from Russia and Belarus.

Bulgaria’s National Security Agency: Military Actions in Ukraine may also Spread into other Countries

"Military actions in Ukraine have the potential to spread beyond Ukrainian territory and the option of using weapons of mass destruction cannot be completely ruled out". This is according to a report of the State Agency "National Security" (SANS), published on the website of the Council of Ministers.

Bulgaria’s Security Service will check whether Sanctioned Russians have Properties in the Country

The Prosecutor's Office entrusted the State Agency "National Security" with an inspection of properties in Bulgaria of Russian citizens included in various sanctions lists of the European Union, the United States and Great Britain.

Bulgaria’s National Security Agency will Check the Route of the Truck blown up on the Crimean Bridge

The State Agency "National Security" (SANS) has started an investigation on the basis of the spread information that the truck that caused an explosion on the Crimean bridge on October 8 passed through the territory of Bulgaria.

The investigation began immediately after the disclosure of the information, by order of Acting Prime Minister Galab Donev.

Bulgaria: 500 Ukrainian Refugees chose to Spend the Night in the Wagons in Elhovo (VIDEO)

Most of the Ukrainian refugees refused to enter the wagons located in the temporary distribution centers due to the conditions in them and stayed for hours in the buses.

"Organization - zero, information - zero. Nothing! We got off the bus and they left us," said one of the refugees.

After the Refugees Fiasco in Varna: Just Say if You Don’t Want Help, Don’t Waste Resources

Although most of the Ukrainian refugees accommodated in hotels in Varna and the region asked to leave and asked the state to provide them with shelter, they did not want to leave their hotels. This reluctance of the refugees to comply with the request of the state and the effort to provide them with shelter surprised the chairwoman of the State Agency for Refugees Mariana Tosheva.