Ninova: Radev's Presidential Institution is Not Enough for Him, He wants Real Power

"President Radev and Vice President Yotova began attacking the government in the first month. I had no explanation for why so quickly the president who created Petkov's party 'We Continue the Change', who launched them into power, attacked them.

Bulgarian PM: I am Proud that our Country is the Homeland of Levski

"February 19 is one of the days when I feel most proud to be Bulgarian. We are proud that our country is the homeland of Vasil Levski", wrote Prime Minister Kiril Petkov on the official Facebook page of the Council of Ministers.

President Radev: Levski's Testaments still Awaken Minds and Shock the Conscience of Bulgarians

Bulgarian Socialists: We will Make Every Effort for the Country to have a Regular Cabinet

The last consultations with the President for today began at 2 p.m. - with representatives of BSP for Bulgaria.

"The Bulgarian Socialist Party, the Bulgarian left, has always stood against lawlessness, dictatorship, in the interests of the vast majority of the people, not small empowered groups," President Radev said at the beginning of the meeting.

Zaev: Terrible tragedy, Most of Victims are Young People who were Probably Returning from a Trip

Tragedy on "Struma" Highway: Passenger Bus Caught Fire, Leaving at least 46 Dead Including Children

The Prime Minister of the Republic of North Macedonia, Zoran Zaev, who is on his way to Sofia, told MIA that he had talked to one of the survivors of the terrible accident on the Struma highway, who informed him that he had heard a loud explosion.

Tragedy on “Struma” Highway: Passenger Bus Caught Fire, Leaving at 45 Dead Including Children

President Radev Expressed Condolences to President of North Macedonia over the Bus Crash

Tragedy on "Struma Motorway". A passenger bus with North Macedonian registration caught fire near the village of Bosnek. Investigators confirmed 45 dead, including children.

COVID-19 in Bulgaria: From Now on no Need for Signature of Informed Consent before Vaccination

From now on, informed consent will not be required for vaccination against COVID-19. This was announced by the Minister of Health Stoycho Katsarov.

The topic was discussed a few days ago with the director of the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control Andrea Amon. Amon's opinion was that there was no medical requirement to sign such a consent.