Bulgaria: 35 Syrian migrants missing from refugee camps detained in Sofia

More illegal migrants were detained yesterday in the capital Sofia. They were found in a house located at Vrachanki Street in the Banishora district. A number of 35 migrants were illegally living in the house. They were caught during an operation of the Directorate of Internal Affairs

Bulgaria foreign ministry extends wishes to Slovenia on its Statehood Day

The Ministry tweeted, "Happy Statehood Day, Slovenia! We are committed to further developing our bilateral relations, as well as to continuing to work together for the stability and security of the Western Balkans and the European continent". 

Survey reveals 220,000 Bulgarians without identity documents

A significant number of these individuals in Bulgaria include the ones who never made their identity documents, and others are the ones who are not able to renew their documents. 

World Blood Donor Day: Are you eligible for donating blood ? Read here

"Today is World Blood Donor Day. Safe blood help treat people suffering from a range of diseases, of from injury from accidents, natural disasters and armed", underscored World Health Organisation. 

Political Turbulence in Bulgaria: 6 MPs leave Slavi Trifonov led-ITN party

The outgoing Sports Minister, Radostin Vassilev, is also among the six members who are leaving Slavi Trifonov's led-ITN party. This comes after five days when Trifonov announced to leave the four parties-led Bulgarian coalition government.  

Bulgaria allocates $257.7 million for repairing 3 wastewater treatment facilities

This funding has been done by the EU-backed Recovery and Resilience Plan for economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic as well as state co-financing of Bulgaria, as per the ministry.  

It is time to turn our backs on political talk: Bulgarian Prime Minister

"If we want to give stability to everyone Bulgarian in a crisis, we must have a united position. It is time to turn our backs on political talk; it is time to stop talking about red lines and to issue ultimatums that use only one political force".

Bulgarian Prime Minister meets NATO Chair of Military Committee, discusses ways of strengthening Eastern flank

Prime Minister of Bulgaria - Kiril Petkov, met with the Chair of the NATO (North Atlantic treaty Organisation) Military Committee - Admiral Rob Bauer, yesterday, on Wednesday, April 20, 2022.

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Armed Robbery Attempt at Shivachevo Town Hall: Assailants Target ATM, Security Guard Escapes Unharmed

The assailants' primary target was an ATM inside the building, with the clear intention of stealing cash, according to reports from bTV. The robbery attempt, which occurred around 5:00 AM, saw the perpetrators firing shots at the on-duty security guard
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European Court of Human Rights Criticizes Bulgaria’s Asset Confiscation Practices

The court found that Bulgarian authorities failed to establish a clear link between confiscated properties and the crimes for which individuals were convicted, consolidating five complaints into a single case

Train Collision at Sofia Central Station Results in Minor Injuries and Service Disruptions

Transport Minister Georgi Gvozdeikov confirmed that the incident occurred around 4:40 PM when a stationary train bound for Plovdiv was struck from behind by another train performing a maneuver with three carriages

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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