Varna has Lost over 51% of Tourists' Interest over the Course of 10 Years According to Lonely Planet

With a 51% drop, Varna is among the resort destinations in the world that have lost the most noticeably interest of tourists for the last 10 years. This shows a ranking of the Lonely Planet publishing house specializing in the publication of tourist guides for the average segment of travelers quoted by the Russian agency Interfax.

Modest 1.55% Growth in Tourists is Expected in Burgas Region

According to preliminary data, a modest growth of 1.55% is expected in the number of tourists in this part of the country, Ivan Ivanov, President of the Regional Tourism Chamber in Burgas, told Focus Radio. The forecast is based on planned flights, according to data at the end of March.

Bulgarian President Radev is at the Egyptian-Bulgarian Business Forum in Cairo

President Rumen Radev andEgyptian Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly welcomed the participants in the Egyptian-Bulgarian Business Forum, which took place in Cairo within the second day of the official visit of the Bulgarian head of state to Egypt, the head of the press service has said.

In the Arab Republic Rumen Radev is accompanied by a business delegation.