Southeastern Bulgaria is at the Bottom in the EU of Young People with Secondary Education
The south-eastern Bulgarian region is among the 23 regions in the EU with the smallest share of young people who have completed secondary education, according to Eurostat data for 2021.
There, less than three-quarters of the 20- to 24-year-old population have a high school diploma.
Bulgarians Celebrate St. George's Day
The Orthodox Church commemorates one of the most revered saints, the great martyr George the Victorious.
On St. George's Day, more than 220,000 Bulgarians have a name day, and Georgi (George) is the most common male name in Bulgaria. Nearly 152 thousand people in the country have it.
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Migrant Pressure along Bulgaria' Borders Will Mount Significantly in Coming Months
Cretaker Minister of Interior Boyko Rashkov gave more clarification on a possible migrant wave from Afghanistan, as well as in what condition is the border fence facility that Bulgaria has had for several years.
Migrant Pressure along Bulgaria's Borders
C\retaker Minister of Interior Boyko Rashkov gave more clarification on a possible migrant wave from Afghanistan, as well as in what condition is the border fence facility that Bulgaria has had for several years.
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LIVE: Bulgaria Ranks Second in EU in COVID-19 Mortality Rate
"The clinical situation in Europe is quite complicated. The 14-day morbidity is 554 per 100,000 population. We are in 9th place in the EU on this indicator. According to this indicator, Bulgaria ranks 3rd in the Balkans. This was stated during the weekly briefing of the health authorities by Prof. Todor Kantardzhiev.
May 27: 17 New Cases of COVID-19 in Bulgaria - Total Reached 2460
The National Operations Headquarters provided up-to-date data on the situation with the coronavirus in the country during the regular morning briefing. 17 new positive probes have been identified. The total number of infected in our country reached 2460.
Mayor Talks About many Advantages of Investing in Bulgaria's Sliven Region
There are many advantages of investing in the Sliven region, Mayor of Sliven Stefan Radev told Focus Radio in relation to a memorandum signed between the municipality and the Industrial Zones National Company. In his words, in addition to outside investors, the local city companies also are expanding their projects.
The Cabinet Grants 20 Million Leva for New School Buses
The Cabinet allocated additional funds for the construction of a new hospital in Yambol, as well as BGN 20 million for new school buses.
This became clear before the start of the government meeting.
100 school buses will be renewed.
The Bulgarian State will Allocate BGN 27 Million for Completion of the Hospital in Yambol
The state will allocate BGN 27 mln for the completion of the building of the new hospital in Yambol, Prime Minister Boyko Borisov announced during his visit to the city. Together with him were Minister of Health Kiril Ananiev and Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov.
Yambol Municipality is Working to Create an Integrated Tourism Product
The municipality of Yambol is working to create an integrated tourism product, Mayor Georgi Slavov told Focus Radio. He said the biggest challenge was to spark interest in local heritage. Bulgaria's great contribution to Europe's cultural and historical heritage is visible, he said. "We have so much history, so much potential, but we have to find the way to present it.