Pleven

Council of Ministers to Allocate BGN 200 million Additional For Hospital Care From 2020 (Summary)

More than BGN 200 million will be allocated for hospital care by 2020, the government announced. This happened after a meeting at the Council of Ministers with the CITUB and the Health Minister Kiril Ananiyev and against the background of a national protest by medical professionals.

Bulgarian ‘Coal Emperor’ Behind Compensation Claim against Serbia

"He invested around 110 million euros in Serbia and he lost all that money," Milan Radunovic told BIRN. "He wanted to go to court because our government cancelled the agreement for the coalmine without any reason."

Kovachki's office in Sofia did not respond to a request for comment. Nor did the Serbian government.

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Powerful Hailstorm Hit Northwestern Bulgaria

A powerful hailstorm hit Northwestern Bulgaria. The Ice-cold rainfall, which fell in the Montana region, was with the size of a hazelnut. It is still not clear how big damage has been done.

Scenes from the disaster were posted on social networks. meteorologists are warning that the dangerous front moves to the Pleven and Lovech areas.

Bulgaria's Pleven Province to Develop Economic Cooperation with Belarusian Oblasts

Pleven Province of Bulgaria intends to develop trade and economic cooperation with oblasts and cities of Belarus. Concrete areas of cooperation were discussed at a meeting between Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Belarus to Bulgaria Alexander Lukashevich and the authorities of Pleven Province and the city of Pleven, BelTA learned from the Belarusian embassy in Bulgaria.

German Leoni Cuts 2,000 People and Lowers its Forecast for 2019. Will the Investments in Bulgaria be Affected?

German cable systems manufacturer Leoni warned that it would not reach its profit target set just a month ago. In addition, the company plans to cut 2,000 people. "The company faces a challenging environment in the markets, especially in China," Leoni said, adding that orders from car manufacturers dropped significantly.

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.

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