Government of Bulgaria

Bulgaria: To Clean after Borissov in Brussels Is Overwhelming Task, Will Radev Manage?

President Rumen Radev had not set foot at the  European Council since 2017and now found out that he had to watch his step in Brussels. His reflexes of  a soldier put him on the lookout because former Prime Minister Boyko Borissov had planted mines that could explode all of a sudden.

Court Ruled All Arrests in Presidency Made Year Ago Are Unlawful

All arrests after the action in the presidency are unlawful.

This was decided by the Sofia Administrative Court, which upheld the decision of the Sofia District Court from November last year.

Among those arrested during the July 2020 operation was President's Security and Defense Adviser at the time Iliya Milushev.

President Radev Signed Decrees to Replace Chief of National State Security Agency

The head of state Rumen Radev signed a decree on the proposal of the Council of Ministers for the dismissal of Dimitar Georgiev from the post of chairman of the State Agency for National Security (SANS), the press office of the head of state announced.

President Radev: Bulgaria Needs Guaranties for Socially Acceptable Green Deal

In Brussels Bulgarian President Radev shared his thoughts on one of the main topics of the European Council - EU Green Deal.

The sharp increase in the ambitions of the European Union to drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions by over 55% by 2030 puts Bulgaria in a difficult position.

Bulgaria’s President with Heartfelt Address on May 24

"The state of the spirit has never perished in Bulgaria and it is up to us to pass it on to the next generations," Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev told the media. Bulgaria's head of state Radev, this country's Vice President Iliana Yotova, Bulgaria's caretaker Premier Stefan Yanev and members of the caretaker government laid flowers to the monument of the Holy Brothers Cyril and Methodius in f

GERB Required Declassifying All Documents on Possible Wiretapping of Politicians

All documents related to politicians' wiretapping, if any such documents exist, must be declassified, GERB insists.
Toma Bikov of the until recently ruling party told a news briefing here on Saturday that the and those to blame must be held accountable if anything against the law had been done, and referred to competent authorities.

Bulgaria’s Caretaker Interior Minister Backs Opposition’s Eavesdropping Claims

Caretaker Interior Minister Boyko Rashkov. Source:

In an interview on Friday morning, he added that caretaker Prime Minister Stephan Yanev has also been tracked by the security agencies over the same period. Rashkov, a lawyer, warned that he believed evidence about the wiretapping is being destroyed. 

Bulgaria’s President Proposes Opening of Vaccination Green Corridors for Tourists

President Rumen Radev today held a video conference call with The President of the European Council Charles Michel. Topics from the agenda of the European Union, as well as the upcoming extraordinary meeting of the European Council on 24 and 25 May, at which our country will be represented by the Bulgarian Head of State, were among the highlights of the conversation.

President Radev: Regime of Impunity Is Collapsing in Bulgaria

In his first interview since the appointment of a caretaker cabinet, President Rumen Radev expressed his conviction that "the statehood will be restored" despite "the bombs planted by the government of Boyko Borissov."

He expressed his concern that a third parliamentary election could be held this year.

Interior Ministry Secretary General's Dismissed over Police Violence against Protesters

The Council of Ministers' proposal to President Rumen Radev to relieve Chief Commissioner Ivaylo Ivanov of his responsibilities as Secretary General of the Interior Ministry, has been made because of Ivanov's violation of core principles of the Interior Ministry's work in the form of failure to respect and guarantee citizens' rights, freedoms and dignity, as well as of lack of objectivity and e