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Bulgaria: National plan to be adopted for EURO 2024

He then added that there are a number of legislative changes on the way, which also consists of amendment to the BNB Act and public discussions.

Dominica is building climate-resilient infrastructure in fight against climate change

Popularly called as "Nature Isle of the Caribbean", the smallest island with a population of nearly 70,000 is home to stunning, breathtaking nature jewels.

WHA75: WHO to adopt Global Strategy for Food Safety

During the World Health Assembly - WHA75, the members agreed to adopt the updated WHO Global Strategy for Food Safety to strengthen national food safety systems. 

Energy issue: Bulgaria-Greece gas interconnector to commence operations from July

According to official sources, the gas will be provided to the Balkan state at a lower price rate compared to that of Russian gas.  

Bulgarian PM Petkov meets Saudi Arabia Foreign Minister in Sofia

He was received and warmly welcomed by the Bulgarian Prime Minister - Rumen Radev, in the capital city of Sofia.

Bulgaria: 25,000 Ukraine refugees signed up to shift accommodation

Another phase of the scheme will commence after May 31, under which a total amount of 10 or 15 leva per person will be paid to the hotels by the Bulgarian government.

Bulgaria records fresh 236 COVID cases with 6 deaths

The positivity rate of the new cases stands at 4.3%. Of these new cases reported, nearly 63.98% belonged to the category of the unvaccinated population.

Bulgarian author – Georgi Gospodinov among nominees of Noble Prize in Literature

The other writers who have been nominated for the Rezzori award - are Louise Erdrich, Benjamin Labatut, Javier Marias, and Robin Robertson. 

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Bulgaria witnesses red aurora lights, the rarest of a rare phenomenon

Bulgaria observes an unusual red glow in the skies believed to be red Aurora lights. The rare phenomenon causes multicoloured lights to dance in the sky. The red and magenta colours were the most dominant
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