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“Vazrazhdane at the Presidential Consultations: Early Elections and Government before the Winter

President Rumen Radev has begun consultations with representatives of parliamentary groups in the 47th National Assembly to hand over a mandate to form a new government within the current parliament. He met representatives of "Vazrazhdane" for talks.

Bulgarian PM Petkov will Resign on Monday Morning

Kiril Petkov will resign as prime minister on Monday morning in order for procedural consultations with the president, to form a new cabinet, to begin. This was said by Petkov himself from Brussels after the EU-Western Balkans meeting.

"On Monday morning. There is no problem. We will fill in the documents immediately and submit them," Petkov said.

Bulgaria: An Exhibition about the War in Ukraine was Vandalized in Sofia

Photos from the war in Ukraine were vandalized in Sofia, "Fotofabrika" director Emmy Barouh told Radio Free Europe Bulgaria. On some of the images of destroyed and injured people is painted with white spray the letter Z, which Russia uses as a symbol of its invasion.

National Celebration at Okolchitsa Peak in Memory of Bulgarian Hero Hristo Botev

June 2 - Botev's Day is celebrated with a traditional national pilgrimage to Okolchitsa peak.

The emblematic verse "He who falls in the fight for freedom, he does not die" was again proclaimed on the mountainous Vratsa Balkan, where hundreds gathered to pay tribute to the Bulgarian heroes, 146 years after the heroic death of the poet-revolutionary.

Interesting Facts from the Life of Bulgarian Revolutionary and Poet Hristo Botev

Hristo Botev is one of the brightest figures in Bulgarian history - a great national hero and revolutionary who dedicated his life to the freedom of our country. We also know Botev as a publicist and poet with amazing works that to this day touch our hearts and which Bulgarians recite by heart.

Sirens Today - We Celebrate Botev’s Day and Those who Died for the Freedom of Bulgaria

The day of Botev and those who died for the freedom of Bulgaria will be celebrated in the military units of the country with honors.

At exactly 12.00 p.m., for 2 minutes, sirens across the country will sound with an intermittent signal.

Facade of a Building Collapsed in the Center of Sofia (VIDEO)

The facade of a building collapsed in downtown Sofia on a roadway and sidewalk. A video taken by a citizen and distributed by BNT shows that part of a wall of the Telephone Chamber at 26 Oborishte Street is falling.

The incident took place on the corner of Asen Zlatarov Street at around 11 a.m. on Friday morning. Miraculously, there were no casualties.

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