Bozhidar Lukarski

Bulgaria to File Claims for Financial Losses Arising from Greek Blockade

Bulgaria will file claims before the European Union for losses arising from the continuing blockades staged by Greek farmers at checkpoints along the Bulgarian-Greek border.

This was stated by Bulgarian Economy Minister Bozhidar Lukarski in Plovdiv on Thursday, Darik radio informs.

ThyssenKrupp Considers Expanding Its Business in Bulgaria

The German steel giant ThyssenKrupp is considering to expand its business in Bulgaria and is interested in the conditions offered by the National Company Industrial Zones.

This was discussed at a meeting between Bulgarian Economy Minister Bozhidar Lukarski and representatives of the executive board of the company in Germany on Friday.

President Plevneliev Meets Bulgarian Community on Argentina Visit

Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has met with representatives of the Bulgarian community during a visit to Buenos Aires, Argentina, his press office has said.

Economic migration to Latin America was massive among Eastern Europeans back in the 1920s. It is Argentina where most of the Bulgarian emigrants headed alongside Brazil.

Junior Coalition Partner to Decide on Support for Bulgarian Cabinet

The junior coalition partner, the Reformist (Bloc), will decide on Tuesday whether to continue its support for the Bulgarian government.

The parties constituting RB and the five ministers from the bloc will meet at an extraordinary executive council.

The meeting comes after the resignation of Justice Minister Hristo Ivanov last week and the ensuing splits within the bloc.