Nikolay Denkov

Former Interior Ministry Chief Implicated in Alleged Criminal Network: Bulgaria's Latest Political Storm

In a latest twist to the unfolding saga of political intrigue, the Sofia City Prosecutor's Office has announced charges against former Interior Ministry Secretary General Zhivko Kotsev, implicating him in an alleged criminal group alongside Petya Bankova, Marin Dimitrov, and Stefan Dimitrov.

The Chief Secretary Zhivko Kotsev Withdraws His Resignation

Zhivko Kotsev, the Chief Secretary of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, has announced the withdrawal of his resignation, which was provoked and submitted under enormous psychological and moral pressure. This announcement came during a joint briefing with the resigned Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov in the Council of Ministers.

Bulgaria Can Adopt the Euro in 2025, Confirms Eurogroup President

Eurogroup President Paschal Donohoe confirmed that Bulgaria could adopt the euro in 2025. This statement came following discussions with Bulgarian officials, including outgoing Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov, outgoing Deputy Prime Minister Mariya Gabriel, and outgoing Finance Minister Assen Vassilev.

Finance Minister: Bulgaria Eyes Eurozone Entry by January 1, 2025

Bulgaria's journey toward Eurozone membership has taken a significant step forward, with Finance Minister Asen Vassilev projecting a prospective entry date of January 1, 2025. In a collaborative effort to bolster regional ties, Vassilev engaged in fruitful discussions with Greek Finance Minister Stavros Papastavrou.

Bulgaria Unveils Groundbreaking Open-Source AI: BgGPT - A Game-Changer for Various Sectors

In a groundbreaking development, Bulgaria's Institute for Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, and Technology (INSAIT) presented BgGPT, the first Bulgarian-language open-source artificial intelligence (AI) model of the latest generation.

EU Financial Commissioner McGuinness Embarks on Crucial Visit to Bulgaria

Mairead McGuinness, the European Commissioner for Financial Stability, Financial Services, and the Capital Markets Union, is set to embark on a consequential two-day working visit to Bulgaria, as confirmed by the press service of the European Commission's Representation in Bulgaria.

EU Commissioner Gentiloni Assures Support for Bulgaria's Schengen Accession During Talks with PM Denkov

European Commissioner for Economy Paolo Gentiloni visited Bulgaria, emphasizing the European Commission's unwavering support for Bulgaria's Schengen accession and its aspirations to meet the criteria for joining the eurozone.

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