Press freedom is more important than ever, said Ambassador Van der Burg at opening of high-level forum in Sofia

“Freedom of the press today is more important than ever, and our media must be able to report without fear of repression and harassment”, stated today Ambassador Simon van der Burg at the opening of a high-level forum in Sofia on anti-corruption and national security, attended by the President Rumen Radev

NATO Parliamentary Assembly met in Brussels, concern war threats over alliance

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Turkey’s relations with China may get soured amid Uyghur issue

According to Turkey's top diplomat, relations between the two countries have weakened due to Ankara's decision to refuse to transfer Turkic Uyghur dissidents to China

Ivaylo Mirchev: “Putin again allowed enemy countries to buy Russian gas in contract currency”

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Bulgaria ranks number 8 in terms of Bear consumption in Europe

According to the Bulgarian Union of Brewers, over 25 new beer brands and varieties have been introduced by Bulgarian breweries in the first nine months of this year, with sales exceeding those of the same period in 2021 by 5.3 million litres

President Radev: Bulgaria’s entry to Schengen will immediately eliminate hours-long waits at Greece & Romania Border

The topic of Bulgaria's accession to Schengen still seems conceptual to many people, but it is of utmost importance to the development of the country, the rise of our economy, the standard and quality of life in Bulgaria, to our dignity as European citizens".

MEP Paulo Rangel compliments Croatia for joining Schengen, knocked EU for blocking Bulgaria

Paulo Rangel, member of the European Parliament, congratulated Croatia for joining Schengen. He said, "Congratulations to Croatia on joining Schengen! Our family grows stronger". From January 1, 2023, Croatia will lift its border controls with other Schengen countries.

President Radev meets Erdogen, agrees to strengthen border security

Southeast European border security and stability were topics of discussion between President Rumen Radev and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Because these two neighbouring countries are located in an area that is always experiencing military crises and conflicts, the main topic of their conference is how to improve border security

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Botev resumes Educational seminars with European managers, invites Nikos Karauzas

Botev continues a series of open educational seminars with the participation of top football club managers in Europe. The second guest speaker of the series, which took place on 24.03, was the sales director of the Greek AEK, Nikos Karauzas

Taiwan tracked 10 Chinese fighter jets & 2 Navy Ships

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