Carriers Will Protest in Strasbourg if the Mobility Package is Voted on Wednesday

If European deputies decide the so-called ,,Mobility Package'' to be voted on Wednesday, Bulgarian carriers are ready for effective strike actions in Strasbourg. This was stated before BNT Nikolay Rashkov from the Union of International Carriers.

Bulgarian President Rumen Radev in Egypt: I Lead an Impressive Business Delegation, I Expect Good Deals

Egypt is one of the most influential Arab countries, although it is not economically the most developed. The diplomatic relations between Bulgaria and Egypt were established in 1926. And in recent years, the activity at the political level is visible.

Bulgaria and Japan Strengthen Cooperation in the Economy, Culture, Tourism and Development of the Western Balkans

Bulgaria and Japan strengthen cooperation in the economy, culture, tourism and development of the Western Balkans. That is what Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva and Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan and MEP Kenji Yamada talked to during the Fifth World Summit of Women in Tokyo, the Foreign Ministry press office said.

Foreign Minister Zaharieva in Tokyo: Bulgaria and Japan are Deepening their Cooperation in a Number of Areas

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva held a number of meetings on the first day of her visit to Japan where both countries expressed their readiness to exchange expertise in different areas, to support the Western Balkans with concrete projects, to deepen their cooperation in education, culture, sport and equality between men and women, the Ministry of Forei

It will no Longer be Possible to Buy Bulgarian Passport with Investments

After a series of scandals involving granted Bulgarian citizenship to businessmen sought out by various anti-criminal agencies around the world, the justice ministry proposes changes to the Bulgarian Citizenship Act. It eliminates the possibility of taking a passport against investments.

Executive Director of BSMEPA, Dr. Boyko Takov: Our Leading Priority is Construction of a Long-term Concept for Promotion of SMEs

The vision for development of Bulgarian Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Promotion Agency (BSMEPA) and the priorities in its activity in 2019 were presented today by the Executive Director of the Agency Dr. Boyko Takov at the first conference of Economist Magazine for Small and Medium-sized business, named SMART GROWTH.

Former Counter-intelligence Expert is Convinced the Terrorist from New Zealand had Contacts with Bulgarians

The Christchurch terrorist certainly had contacts with Bulgarians while he was in our country. This was stated in an interview with Darik by the writer and former counter-intelligence officer Pavlin Pavlov, according to whom the Australian should have drawn the attention of our services.

Bulgarian PM Borisov Urgently Convened the Security Council due to the Attacks in New Zealand and Netherlands

The Security Council at the Council of Ministers met today at an extraordinary meeting at the request of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov. The meeting discussed the situation after the terrorist acts in New Zealand and the Netherlands, the government's press service said.