Bulgarian President: The Government has Changed Energy Directors, Where are the Results

"The time for analysis and good intentions in the energy sector has expired. We are waiting for the results. We are monitoring what the government is doing to reduce the cost of electricity and gas and to have adequate compensation mechanisms for consumers and businesses.

After Bulgarian Security Council: Slow Growth of the Armed forces, Accelerate Modernization

"The pace of modernization of the army does not meet modern requirements. Effective measures are needed to increase interest in the military profession and develop modern defense potential." This was said by Bulgarian President Rumen Radev after the meeting of the National Security Advisory Council (NSAC).

Bulgarian President: We all Hope that a War in Ukraine will be Avoided

"We all hope that a full-scale war in Ukraine will be avoided," Bulgarian President Rumen Radev said in Sungurlare. "Every day there are negotiations at the highest political level. Whoever thinks that the crisis will be resolved by military means is wrong. The only way to find a sustainable solution is through negotiations and diplomacy," the head of state said.

The US Delays F-16 Fighters to Bulgaria because of the Covid Pandemic

The US Embassy in Bulgaria issued a statement on the delay in the delivery of the new F-16 fighters.

The embassy said the F-16 production program was delayed due to supply disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. This will affect all countries currently participating in this program.

Bulgarian President will Convene a National Security Council on Threats to Bulgaria’s Security

President Rumen Radev will convene the National Security Advisory Council. It will take place on Tuesday, February 15, at 2 p.m. Bulgarian time.

The topic will be "Risks and threats to the national security of the Republic of Bulgaria. State of the Armed Forces. Necessary measures," the presidency said.

Bulgarian President Radev is Isolating Himself because his Wife has a COVID-19

The head of state Rumen Radev is in self-isolation, as his wife Desislava Radeva has a positive test for coronavirus, the presidency announced.

Bulgarian President and Bulgarian PM in Dispute over North Macedonia and Bulgargaz

Desislava Radeva is in good general condition.

The president is in good health and his coronavirus test today was negative.

Bulgarian President and Bulgarian PM in Dispute over North Macedonia and Bulgargaz

President Rumen Radev described the prime minister's visit to Skopje as hasty. Kiril Petkov did not agree with Radev's assessment.

Commenting on the dismissal of the director of Bulgargaz, the president noted that he was worried about inflation - how Bulgarians are coping with rising prices and high bills, as well as the future of energy.

Bulgarian President Unexpectedly Commemorates Victims of Communism

President Rumen Radev commemorates the victims of the Communist regime in Bulgaria on February 1, 2022. Photo: Presidency of the Republic of Bulgaria.

This was the first time that Radev, who ran successfully twice as an independent candidate supported by Bulgarian Socialist Party, BSP, has participated in the event.

Bulgarian President: In the Coming Years I will watch over Bulgaria Not to Deviate from the Path

"In the coming years, I will watch over the country not to deviate from the path. I will stand for sovereignty, law, security and justice. Because this is our long-term and irrevocable mission. Political change is only the first step. More trials await us." This was stated by President Rumen Radev at his inauguration ceremony.