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PM Pierre extends greetings to newly elected President & Vice-President, Taiwan

Prime Minister Philip J Pierre congratulated the newly elected Taiwan’s President, H.E. Lai Ching-Te and Vice President, H.E. Hsiao Bi-Khim.

Protesters block Romania-Bulgaria border in economic grievances

Romanian Prime Minister Marcel Ciolacu, who responded to the demonstrators' concerns by announcing the establishment of multiple working groups tasked with scrutinizing and addressing the critical issues raised during the protests

Municipal Legal Commission Seeks Cost Estimate for Dismantling Alyosha Monument

The future of the iconic "Monument of the Soviet Army," colloquially known as Alyosha, perched atop Bunardzhik Hill, hangs in the balance as a legal commission convenes to address proposals from political factions

Netherlands votes in favour of Bulgaria; Austria negotiations continue

The vote, held on December 22, saw a majority in favour of Bulgaria's entry into the Schengen zone, with 59 votes supporting the move and 49 against it

Hungary’s threat to Block Bulgaria’s Schengen entry intensifies gas fee dispute

EU consensus and jeopardize Bulgaria's Schengen aspirations, Hungary has reportedly issued a threat to block Bulgaria's bid to join the Schengen area unless fees for the transfer of Russian gas are removed

Bulgarian Parliament overrides veto to deliver armoured personnel carriers

The Bulgarian Parliament has reaffirmed its commitment to providing military aid to Ukraine, as President Volodymyr Zelensky expressed his gratitude for the resolute decision

Bulgarian National Assembly Anticipates Overriding Presidential Veto on Armored Personnel Carriers for Ukraine

With a strong belief in the legislature's informed decision-making process, Zhelyazkov anticipated robust support from the majority to override the presidential veto

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Minister Hilaire unveils Saint Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival 2024 lineup

The Deputy Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, as well as the member of parliament serving for the Castries South, Ernest Hilaire, unveils the Saint Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival 2024 lineup. The event will be celebrated from April 30 to May 12, 2024.

Bulgarian Mountain Rescue Issues Urgent Warning on Avalanche Risks

As enthusiasts and tourists flock to the breathtaking landscapes of Bulgaria's mountainous terrains, the rescue service is urging caution and vigilance

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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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