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Bulgarian athlete Kaloyana Nalbantova participates in summer training camp in Malaysia

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Bulgaria: Ministry of Foreign Affairs extends wishes to India on its 77th Independence day

Sofia, Bulgaria: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria congratulated India on their 77th Independence Day; the biggest democratic country in the world celebrates its Independence Day on August 15 every year after independence from British rule in 1947

Rhythmic Gymnastic games: Bulgarian delegation travels to World University Games

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Andres Iniesta likely to join another club after leaving Vissel Kobe

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‘Diamond Girls’ fice-day Tokyo trio ends visiting Children Schools

Sofia, Bulgaria: Bulgarian Rhythmic Gymnastics Federation provided an update on the visit of Olympic champions Simona Dyankova, Laura Traats, Madeleine Radukanova, Stephanie Kiryakova and Erika Zafirova to Japan. The 'Diamond Girls' five-day trip ended with visiting elementary and children's schools

Gold medalists Simona Dyankova and Laura Traets visits Japanese elementary school

Sofia, Bulgaria: Bulgarian Rhythmic Gymnastics Federation informed through its official Facebook page that two Bulgarian rhythmic gymnasts, Simona Dyankova and Laura Traets, visited a Japanese school today

India delivers ‘Made in India Covid-19 vaccines to 42 African countries

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Bulgaria Introduces Monthly “Electricity Meter” Fee for All Households

The proposed fee, aimed at supporting the forthcoming liberalization of the electricity market for households, has sparked significant debate and concern among consumers, particularly those with properties used only seasonally or occasionally

Port Burgas Swimming Marathon Returns for a Fourth Year of Thrills and Challenges

Adding to the excitement, the total prize fund for the event stands at an impressive BGN 3,200, offering a tantalizing incentive for competitive swimmers. The marathon features two established distances: a 1000-meter race and a more grueling 3000-meter challenge, each with its own separate start time

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