Bozhidar Bozhanov, Bulgarian minister of E-Government, announced that the government introduced a bill requiring social networks to do more to identify fake, anonymous and troll profiles, causing continuous disturbance and scams
In November, gas prices in Bulgaria could drop by 45%. Denitsa Zlateva, executive director of "Bulgargaz," stated this during the Energy and Water Regulatory Commission's (EWRC) open meeting, which also covered the national supplier's new pricing offer for the following month
A Bulgarian arms dealer who survived an apparent novichok poisoning in 2015 said that he is 100 percent sure that Russian operators were involved in the explosion and subsequent fire at one of his depots near the Bulgarian town of Karnobat on Sunday.
These initiatives, integral to the trans-European transport corridor Orient/East-Mediterranean, have secured substantial funding from the Connecting Europe Facility, signifying a pivotal step toward enhanced cross-border communication
Social media has become a vibrant platform for a range of reactions, from sheer shock to deep concern. With many voices cautioning against undergoing such procedures in Russia, a collective call for action has emerged
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