Yanev Government

Caretaker PM Yanev: I Could Agree to Become Elected PM but Not at All Costs

"I could be prime minister in a regular cabinet, but not at any cost," Prime Minister Stefan Yanev told BTV.

He clarified that so far no such talks have been held with him.

"If such an invitation arrives, it must be based on priorities, visions, a program and a coalition that will nominate a government," Yanev added.

Bulgarian President Radev met Japanese Ambassador

The increase of the Japanese investments in Bulgaria is an opportunity for the development of a qualitatively new model of the relations between the business and the institutions and the business and the society, as well as for the change of the economic environment in the country, Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev said on July 14.

Borissov Faces Tougher Odds in Bulgaria’s Repeat Elections

The Movement for Rights Freedoms, focused on the ethnic Turkish community and embroiled in controversies over decades, also experienced a drop in trust by its voting base.

Meanwhile the pro-EU alliance Democratic Bulgaria and newly formed "Stand Up.BG! Mobsters Out!", which both gained momentum during the 2020 protests, surprised analysts with an even bigger take than expected.

Bulgarian Banks Shouldn’t Work with Blacklisted Firms, Corruption Has Taken Deep Roots – PM Stefan Yanev

To avoid further sanctions, banks do not have to conduct transactions with individuals and companies blacklisted and sanctioned by the US.

This was recommended by caretaker Prime Minister Stefan Yanev at the beginning of the Security Council meeting he convened. Sanctions under the Magnitsky Act and the work of special services are the two topics on the of the Council's agenda.