Prime Ministers of Bulgaria

Germany: Bulgaria Makes an Exclusive offer to Volkswagen

Bulgaria is ready to double the subsidies it offers in order to secure the contract for the new Volkswagen plant, the German daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung writes in an exclusive material. "We have found a way to offer the Volkswagen Group 250 to 260 million euros instead of 135 million euros," former head of state Rosen Plevneliev told F.A.Z.

PM Borissov: Our Efforts Yield Results - Bulgaria Continues to Attract Foreign Investors

Our efforts yield results - new centres are opened, we have highly qualified employees, Bulgarians are returning from abroad because Bulgaria is a wonderful place to live, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said at the opening of BOSCH Engineering Centre in Sofia Tech Park, the government press office said.

President, Prime Minister and Ministers Discuss Bulgarian Position on Northern Macedonia (OVERVIEW)

Bulgaria supports the European perspective of Northern Macedonia, but our country must immediately develop a new position in which to link support for European Union membership to resolving controversial issues between Sofia and Skopje related to our common history. This is the result of a presidential consultation meeting.

President Convenes Consultative Meeting on Relations with Northern Macedonia

President Rumen Radev convenes a consultative meeting to discuss the results of the work of the Joint Committee on Historical and Educational Affairs between Bulgaria and Northern Macedonia.

Prior to the invitation to Skopje to begin EU membership talks, the head of state requested that Bulgarian support should not be at the expense of native history, language and identity.

South Korea Want to Make Batteries for Electric Vehicles in Bulgaria

One of South Korea's largest companies is currently exploring Bulgaria and two other countries for investment of more than € 1.5 billion. This was stated by Bulgarian Minister of Economy Emil Karanikolov, in Seoul, regarding the potential investments in Bulgaria by the Republic of Korea.

Bulgarian PM Borisov: The Economy is Moving at Such Pace that we Cannot Manage with the Infrastructure

The economy is moving at such pace that we cannot manage with the infrastructure, said Prime Minister Boyko Borissov in Ruse. He said the government is working on a number of infrastructure projects, including motorways, said the government press office.

September 9 Marks 75 Years Since One of the Most Controversial Dates in Bulgaria’s Modern History

 

September 9 marks 73 years since one of the most controversial dates in Bulgaria's modern history. On that day in 1944 the Fatherland Front led by PM Kimon Georgiev seized political power in Bulgaria.

Soon after that the commonest regime took over and the communist party stood at the helm of the country until November 1989.

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