Bulgaria’s President Canceled his participation in a forum in Baku due to a Positive Covid Test
President Rumen Radev canceled his participation in the tenth global forum in Baku. The head of state, who is in Azerbaijan, has tested positive for Covid-19. He was subsequently given two more tests, which were negative.
Bulgaria Marks Uneasy Anniversary of Jewish Community’s Rescue in WWII
Lawyer, Speaker of Parliament and Minister of Justice Dimitar Peshev, one of the major figures to oppose the deportation of Bulgarian Jews. Photo: Bulgarian National Television.
As Bulgaria Schedules Another Election, President’s Interim Govt Assumes Power
Rumen Radev, Bulgarian president, running for a new mandate, in Sofia, 18 November 2021. Photo; EPA-EFE/VASSIL DONEV
This will be the fifth general election in Bulgaria in two years and will be followed by mayoral elections later in 2023, which will test the centre-right GERB party's dominance in local administration.
Vučić: I hope we will finish by October PHOTO/VIDEO
The ceremony was also attended by the President of Bulgaria, Rumen Radev.
President Vui visited the construction site with Radev and spoke with the contractors.
"It is very important for us to import gas from you, rather than to export it," said Vui.
Vucic: I hope gas will start flowing by end of year
SOFIA - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Wednesday in Kostinbrod, Bulgaria, he hoped the construction of a Serbia-Bulgaria gas interconnector would be completed by October and that gas would start flowing by the end of the year.
Vucic: Important day for Serbia, Bulgaria and entire region
SOFIA - Today is an important day for Serbia, Bulgaria and the entire region, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic said on Wednesday, noting that Serbia and Bulgaria, the two peoples and the two economies continued to connect with each other.
The Construction of the Bulgarian Route of the Gas Connection with Serbia has Started
The construction of the gas connection between Bulgaria and Serbia has started on Bulgarian territory. According to the plan, it should connect the towns of Novi Iskar and Nis.
The presidents of the two countries, Rumen Radev and Alexander Vucic, gave a symbolic start to the construction activities on the territory of Bulgaria.
Vucic to attend gas interconnector ceremony on Wednesday
BELGRADE - Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic will on Wednesday attend a ceremony marking the start of works to build a Bulgaria-Serbia gas interconnector.
Vucic will also have a bilateral meeting with Bulgarian President Rumen Radev.
Construction of the Bulgaria-Serbia Gas Connection will begin on February 1
The construction of the gas connection between Bulgaria and Serbia on Bulgarian territory will being on February 1, according to a press release from the presidency.
Bulgarian Exports to Turkey Increase by over 32%
Direct Turkish investments in Bulgaria exceed EUR 1 billion, almost half of them have received some form of state support through the Bulgarian Investment Agency (BIA). Over 2,200 Turkish companies have chosen Bulgaria as a preferred place to do business, as they are one of the largest employers in our country.
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