Prime Ministers of Bulgaria

Communist-Era Agents Still a Political Presence in Bulgaria

That dozens of former agents and collaborators are running for Bulgaria's national assembly is symbolic of a lustration process that was never more than piecemeal, and raises fresh questions about the scruples of opportunistic politicians who were once diehard communists only to now be running for office on behalf of parties from across the political spectrum, including the far-right.

Russian Senator: Moscow to Reciprocally Respond to Expulsion of Diplomats from Bulgaria

Russia will respond to Bulgaria's expulsion of diplomats in accordance with the principle of reciprocity, Federation Council Deputy Speaker Konstantin Kosachev said Monday.

The Russian Embassy in Bulgaria told TASS earlier that Sofia declared two Russian diplomats personae non gratae.

E-Register Developed for People Who Want to Be Vaccinated against Coronavirus

An electronic register system of Bulgarian citizens wishing to be vaccinated will be operative by the end of February, reported Minister of Health Kostadin Angelov at a working meeting convened by Prime Minister Boyko Borisov at the Council of Ministers.

Prime Minister Borissov: Bulgaria Achieved Impressive Economic Growth

Bulgaria's economic growth is impressive, said Prime Minister Boyko Borissov during the official presentation of the Economic Review for Bulgaria prepared by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), reported the Press Office of the Council of Ministers.