Bulgarian President Began Consultations on Measures to Conduct a Safe Elections

Minister of Health Prof. Kostadin Angelov stated that government authorities are preparing a protocol for holding the parliamentary elections in a pandemic.

This happened at a meeting with The President Rumen Radev within the framework of consultations for holding safe parliamentary elections for the health of the citizens.

President Radev Еxpressed the Sympathy of Bulgaria with the Croatian People

President Radev expressed the sympathy of our country with the Croatian people.

Bulgarian President Rumen Radev held a telephone conversation with his Croatian counterpart Zoran Milanovic.

Rumen Radev expressed the sympathy of our country with the people and institutions of Croatia following the earthquake in the country, which led to human casualties and serious destruction.

Evgenia Zhivkova Declined Proposal to Be Vice President Twice

Evgenia Zhivkova, designer and granddaughter of communist dictator Todor Zhivkov, daughter of Lyudmila Zhivkova,the Chair of the Culture Committee during the socialist era, revealed to NOVA details about the lessons she learnt from politics, her mother's dreams and her grandfather's ambitions.

President and Prime Minister Send Christmas Wishes to All Bulgarians

In the early hours of 25 December, President Rumen Radev and Prime Minister Boyko Borissov sent their Chrismas greeting to the Bulgarian people. Both posted them on their Facebook pages.

This is the greeting of the President

Merry Christmas!

May the light of today's holiday bring sound health, warmth, hope and faith to every Bulgarian family.

Bulgarian Sociologist: We have to Get Used to New Normalcy, There is No Way Back

"We have to get used to the new normalcy, we will not go back to life until March 2020," sociologist and MP of the "Bulgarian Socialist Party for Bulgaria" Prof. Ivo Hristov told BNR. He stressed that there is a disease, it is very insidious, but the reaction to this infection is disproportioned to what we have. "A lot more people died from swine flu than from Covid-19," he said.