Rumen Radev

Bulgaria and N. Macedonia at Loggerheads Again but Hope doesn't' Die

A no-confidence vote in the Romanian parliament overthrew the government of Prime Minister Florin Katsu, which took power in December 2020. The decision of the Social Democratic Party was supported by 281 MPs. The crisis in Romania began in September, when the coalition partner of the National Liberals - the USR-PLUS Alliance, stepped down from government.

Bulgarians in Macedonia: At the Census we were Insulted and Recorded as Macedonians

"Citizens who declared themselves Bulgarians were regularly and directly insulted and belittled by enumerators, instructors and other members of the enumeration commissions."

This is what the Ivan Mihailov Cultural Center in Bitola is warning about on the occasion of the census in North Macedonia, which ended on September 30th.

Immediate Solution to Dispute Between Sofia and Skopje is Impossible

Immediate decisions cannot be made to resolve the dispute between Bulgaria and the Republic of North Macedonia, because Bulgaria is facing parliamentary and presidential elections. This was stated by German Chancellor Angela Merkel after the end of the EU-Western Balkans summit in Slovenia.

Bulgaria: Head of State Agency for Wiretapping Replaced by President Radev

The current deputy director of the State Agency for Technical Operations (DATO), Biser Borisov, is now the head of the Agency. This was announced by the caretaker government press service.

The Council of Ministers announced that President Rumen Radev had issued a decree appointing Borissov after the government presented his candidacy.

National Revenue Agency Asks ICIJ for more Info on Pandora Papers Probe

The National Revenue Agency (NRA) Tuesday said it has requested additional data from the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) in Washington about Bulgarian natural and legal persons who feature in the newly published Pandora Papers investigation.

Diplomatic Offensive in Brno Inspires Hopes for Solution of Bulgaria-North Macedonia Dispute over Nm EU Acession

European leaders organised two meetings between Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev and North Macedonia's Prime Minister Zoran Zaev within a few hours in Brdo, on Wednesday, the Bulgarian presidency has announced.

Bulgarian President: Membership of North Macedonia in the EU is Very Important for the Region

European leaders and the countries of the Western Balkans gather in Slovenia for a summit. The Union is expected to reaffirm its commitment to the region, but without a specific date for the six countries to join. The central topic for Bulgaria is the progress of the Republic of North Macedonia. President Rumen Radev represents our country.

President Radev Comments on New Contender in Presidential Race Sofia University Rector

Speaking to journalists during a visit to a children's hospital on Friday, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev commented on Thursday's news that Sofia University Rector Anastas Gerdjikov had agreed to run in the November 14 presidential elections as an independent candidate.

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