Bulgaria: Investing in Staff Is Key to Success in Tourism Business

What is the key to success in tourism during a coronavirus pandemic? Many hoteliers failed to find the answer to this question against the backdrop of a constantly changing epidemiological situation. Others, however, thanks to their ingenuity and good management skills, managed to maintain a high level of service and operate at full capacity with regular customers.

Turkish customs officials seize over 46 kg of drugs

Turkish customs officials seized over 46 kilograms (101 pounds) of drugs in separate anti-narcotic operations at the Istanbul Airport, according to security sources on Sept. 27. 

The officials found six passengers and two cargo shipments arriving in Turkey on different flights suspicious, said the sources on condition of anonymity.

What Results the Census Would Yield in Bulgaria?

The most important result of the national census will be the number of the population, and certainly what we will see is a new correction downward due to the migration processes, Adrian Nikolov from the Institute for Market Economy told BNR.

According to him, the big risk is very low confidence in the census, which will mar the data from the survey.


Artistic gymnastics: Maria Sorina Ceplinschi wins balance beam, floor at World Challenge Cup in Mersin

Romanian gymnast Maria Sorina Ceplinschi won the beam and floor finals, held on Sunday at the World Challenge Cup in Mersin (Turkey), while Gabriel Burtanete placed third in the vault event. In the balance beam event, Ceplinschi won with 12,750, followed by Croatian Ana Derek (12,600) and Hungarian Csenge Maria Bacskay (12,100).