Ukrainians on Telegram with an Interesting Message for Bulgaria’s President
The statement of Bulgarian President Rumen Radev that Bulgaria should not provide weapons to Ukraine became headline news for the media in Kyiv and received a wide negative response in one of the most visited Ukrainian news channels on Telegram - NEXTA live.
Bulgarian President: The Government owes a Definite Answer to the Citizens whose Interests it Serves
"There must be a careful approach to this conflict, which directly affects everything. There are a number of revelations about where the Bulgarian weapons are going. I wonder how the Minister of Energy will explain to the Bulgarians that Bulgarian weapons are fueling this conflict." This was stated by President Rumen Radev before he left for Spain today.
President and Prime Minister congratulated Bulgarians on Easter
"On this holiday, let us wish health, joy and prosperity in every Bulgarian home", said President Rumen Radev on the occasion of the Resurrection of Christ.
"Let's make our words and deeds lead to the spiritual and cultural rise of the Bulgarian people," the head of state wrote on his Facebook account.
President Radev: It is High Time to Stop the Anti-Bulgarian Ideology in North Macedonia
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev made a sharp statement to the authorities in the Republic of North Macedonia. He said, "it was high time the anti-Bulgarian ideology swirling in our neighboring country to stop."
Ukraine Minister’s Visit to Bulgaria Reignites Debate on Military Aid
The Bulgarian government takes its oath in parliament. Photo: EPA-EFE/VASSIL DONEV
"We're against a policy that marginalises Bulgaria and causes the country to be defined by cowardice," said Democratic Bulgaria's co-leader Hristo Ivanov.
President Radev to Kuleba: Bulgarians have Opened their Hearts and Homes to the Citizens of Ukraine
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba met with Bulgarian President Rumen Radev today. It is the second day of his visit to Bulgaria and he has already held meetings with Prime Minister Kiril Petkov and our Foreign Minister Teodora Genchovska.
The Ukrainian Foreign Minister arrived on a visit to Bulgaria
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba arrived in Bulgaria by car. The Council of Ministers has confirmed that he will visit Bulgaria today. At 20:30 p.m. last night the first diplomat of Kyiv left the Bulgarian-Romanian border for Sofia.
Bulgaria celebrates the Day of Aviation and Astronautics
The Day of Aviation and Cosmonautics - April 12, will be celebrated in a number of cities across Bulgaria with a series of events.
Bulgaria: Despite the Cabinet’s request, the President will not remove the head of the National Security Service
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev will not remove the head of the National Security Service (NSS), General Emil Tonev.
"The prosecution's request for video footage from the Council of Ministers' cameras is likely to serve private interests", he said, warning that attempts to subordinate and politicize the services are not in the interests of security.
The Muslim holy month of Ramadan begins, Bulgaria’s President will host Iftar
Today begins the holy month of Ramadan for Muslims, which will last until May 1. Believers are encouraged to spend their time meditating on God, doing good deeds, and giving away alms.