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Tourism Minister signs agreement with Israel expanding tourism and education sector

On January 24, Tourism Minister Ilin Dimitrov met with the Minister of Tourism of the State of Israel, Haim Katz and signed an arrangement between the Government of the Republic of Bulgaria and the Government of Israel on cooperation at an official ceremony in the field of tourism and education

Bulgaria: Sofia Metro marks 25 years of service

Dimitar Vuchev, City Council Member at Sofia Municipality, reported that The Sofia metro turned 25 years old. Back in 1998, it started with 6.4 km long and had five metro stations to reach today's 52 km with 47 metro stations

Municipality of Dryanovo; Dog registration to be done before March 31

According to the law, you must register your dog if you live in Bulgaria. The registration of dogs will be continued till March 31. Neuter dogs are exempt from an annual fee. This year, the charitable organisation Streets hearts BG will continue the joint campaign with the Municipality of Dryanovo to humanely reduce the number of stray dogs in the Municipality

Mirchev suggests Western allies send modern weapons to Bulgaria

Ivaylo Mirchev, member of the Bulgarian National Assembly, suggested that Bulgaria use this moment to modernize its military. Instead of sending modern Western tanks to Ukraine, they must be sent to Bulgaria, and in return, Bulgaria gave Ukrainians Soviet weapons, which they regularly used for fighting

Radoslav Yankov returned with a bang in top 4 of World Cup

Bulgarian snowboard star Radoslav Yankov returned to the top 4 of the World Cup again. The colossus of Chepelare entered the four at the parallel slalom for SK in Bansko. This was also his best ranking for the 2019 World Cup so far

Forch Bulgaria and Botev Plovdiv with new partnership

Forch Bulgaria will continue to support the "yellow-black" team in 2023. Förch Bulgaria Ltd. is a subsidiary of the German company Fürch GmbH & Co. KG. The company offers high-quality German products in the industries of auto, cargo, metal processing, construction, installations, light and heavy industry, woodworking and more

Giving weapons to Ukraine means putting out fire with gasoline; President Radev

President Radev has shown their concerns over the ongoing Russia-Ukraine War. According to him, giving weapons means putting out the fire with gasoline. He commented that there would be many more casualties

Bulgaria: Bank accounts automatically switch to EUR from BGN, after the introduction of Euro

In a statement published in the bulletin of the Association of Commercial Banks, Governor of the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) Dimitar Radev stressed that bank accounts will automatically convert from BGN to EUR on the day of the introduction of the single European currency

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Tourism Minister signs agreement with Israel expanding tourism and education sector

On January 24, Tourism Minister Ilin Dimitrov met with the Minister of Tourism of the State of Israel, Haim Katz and signed an arrangement between the Government of the Republic of Bulgaria and the Government of Israel on cooperation at an official ceremony in the field of tourism and education
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Bulgaria: Sofia Metro marks 25 years of service

Dimitar Vuchev, City Council Member at Sofia Municipality, reported that The Sofia metro turned 25 years old. Back in 1998, it started with 6.4 km long and had five metro stations to reach today's 52 km with 47 metro stations

India invites Egyptian President El Sisi on republic day parade

According to PM Modi, President El-visit Sisi's to India was "historic." He also mentioned how happy everyone was that President Sisi would be the chief guest at the Republic Day celebration. He arrived in the country today evening and received a  warm welcome in India

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Organic-Pharma enterprise evolves in Jammu & Kashmir

Today anyone can easily find some micro shops in countries like Germany and other European Countries to get Kashmiri-made rose oil, dried apricots, and herbs. A few years before, goods from the valley were limited to fruits and dry fruits only, primarily for gulf export

Tibet: Buddhists slams China for Interfering In Dalai Lama’s Succession

The Tibetan Government-in-Exile anticipates the Chinese government to interfere in the succession of the 14th Dalai Lama. To counter the influence, they came up with a plan for the democratic growth of the Dalai Lama, the spiritual head of Buddhists worldwide
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