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Bulgaria to Launch Production of Affordable Kamikaze Drones

Priced at approximately BGN 2,000 each, these drones will have the capability to destroy tanks worth between 10-15 million euros, as announced by Kalin Dimitrov, the executive director of a Ministry of Defense company, in an interview with the Bulgarian Army newspaper

Alleged Hackers Exploit Bulgarian Server: Moscow Parade Broadcasted on Latvian TV

On May 9, alleged hackers breached Balticom's control, intercepting Moscow parade footage, raising concerns of Russian propaganda by Latvian authorities. The incident signifies a breach in digital security

Russian Flag Raised in Dupnitsa on Victory Day

The sight of the Russian flag unfurling alongside the Bulgarian tricolor and the European Union's emblem outside the Municipality sparked a heated debate and scandal that rippled through the community

FlixBus Expands European Reach with New Routes to and from Bulgaria

Moreover, passengers can now easily book tickets to Athens via FlixBus's user-friendly website and app, offering unparalleled flexibility for travelers exploring the Mediterranean region

Bulgarian Tourist Interest in Germany Soars, Anticipating Surge Ahead of European Football Championship

According to Cristian Sallai, the manager of the German Tourist Board for South-Eastern Europe, Bulgarian travelers to Germany saw a substantial uptick of nearly 16% compared to the previous year

Bulgarian Expatriates Flock to Invest in Homeland Properties

Many Bulgarians living and working abroad are seizing the opportunity to invest in properties within their homeland. Whether for eventual relocation, securing a home for their children, or purely as a financial venture, the allure of Bulgaria's real estate market is undeniable

Bulgaria Eyes Euro Adoption in 2025: Eurogroup President Confirms

This declaration follows extensive discussions between Donohoe and top Bulgarian officials, including outgoing Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov, Deputy Prime Minister Mariya Gabriel, and Finance Minister Assen Vassilev

Bulgaria ready to secure Paris Olympics with cross-departmental Police support

As part of its comprehensive security planning for the Olympics, France has extended a formal request to Bulgaria and other EU member states, seeking police support to uphold public order and security during the grand sporting event

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Melissa Skerrit, Irwing McIntyre to celebrate fathers on Sunday

Dominica is getting ready to celebrate and honour the fathers of Dominica with a day long celebration to commemorate Father’s Day
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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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Cable Car Project to increase tourism opportunities in Dominica: PM Skerrit

Prime Minister of Dominica, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit recently visited the site of the m, breaking newsost anticipated Cable Car project in the country

PM Roosevelt Skerrit asks developed nations to support SIDS against climate change

PM Roosevelt Skerrit stressed that developed nations must support the Small Island Nations in their struggle against Climate Change
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Bulgaria govt to sign contract for construction of road tunnel

Possibly by the end of the ongoing month, the Bulgarian government is likely to pen down a contract for constructing a road tunnel under the Shipka pass in the Balkan mountain range.

Fresh 92 COVID cases reported in Bulgaria

With the arrival of these cases, the total count of active Covid-19 infections has increased to 83,645.