Boyko Borisov

Bulgarian PM Borisov Spoke by Phone with EP President Tajani over Mobility Package

Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borissov spoke by telephone with EP President Antonio Tajani concerning the Mobility Package. He insisted that the voting be left to the next European Parliament, the government press office said on 11th of January, reports BNT.

Approval for President Rumen Radev has Fallen Below 50% For the First Time

President Rumen Radev retains a positive balance in his personal rating, but for the period from September to December lost 5 points of approval and for the first time the positive ratings for his activity have dropped below 50% - currently at 47%, reported the Bulgarian National Radio. 

48% of Bulgarians will Vote in the European Elections

According to a survey by Alpha Research polling agency, at the end of December 48% of the Bulgarians said they would vote in the European elections. Every second from the rest will either not vote or has not yet decided how to proceed. The survey was conducted from 14 to 19 December among a nationally representative sample of 1,027 adult Bulgarians, reports BNT. 

Chair of Road Agency Management Board Resigns at Request of PM Borissov

Prime Minister Boyko Borissov summoned this morning the leadership of the Road Infrastructure Agency (RIA) and the Ministry of Regional Development and Public Works to report on the situation concerning vignettes and the toll system, the government press office said.

E-vignettes Have Been Officially Launched

From today, drivers will be able to buy electronic vignettes from the counters of major gas stations and a large number of retail outlets.

Yesterday, the head of the road agency, Eng. Svetoslav Glosov, told BNR that over 4500 will be the places where the service will be offered. Where there is no gas station nearby, an e-vignette can be bought from the post office.

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