Bulgaria Halts Belene Nuclear Power Plant Equipment Sale to Ukraine, Awaits EU Consensus

The minister's cautious approach underscores the nation's commitment to diplomatic coordination within the EU, recognizing the potential implications of such transactions on the regional dynamics

Bulgaria’s Skyward Ascent: A 74% surge in air travel amidst European resurgence

The figures for 2022 depict a 74% increase in Bulgarian air passengers, trailing just behind Cyprus, which recorded a slightly lower but still commendable 69% boost

Bulgaria: Transit tax on Russian gas not to affect European consumers, says PM Denkov

The recently introduced tax for the import and transit of Russian gas through Bulgaria will not negatively affect European consumers. It will only affect the profits of Gazprom

Bulgaria offered help for floods in Slovenia and Austria

The Bulgarian state has offered assistance in connection with the severe floods in Slovenia and Austria—the prime minister's acad. Nikolay Denkov speaks by phone with the Chancellor of Austria, Carl Nehamer, and with Slovenia Prime Minister Robert Golob

PM Roosevelt Skerrit arrives in Brussels ahead of EU CELAC Summit

Roseau, Dominica: Roosevelt Skerrit, Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica, arrived in Brussels to participate in the European Union-community of Latin American and Caribbean States (EU CELAC) Summit set to take place today, July 17, 2023, in Belgium, Brussels

PM Roosevelt Skerrit calls CARICOM most extensive surviving economic integration movement following EU

Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago: Roosevelt Skerrit, Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Dominica, proudly remarked that CARICOM is the most extended surviving economic integration movement in the developing world and is second only to the European Union globally

Ukraine’s first lady urges EU to recognize children’s rights as priority

Olena Zelenska, Ukraine's first lady, urged the EU states to recognize the need to protect children's rights as key. She highlighted that Ukraine is grateful for this, but at the same time, it's not just Ukraine's problem. Violation of rights sets a bad precedent for the whole world

“Bulgarian youth is more interested to start business compared to EU”, Manol Peykov

Manol Peykov, Former Member of the Bulgarian National Assembly and Managing Partner at Janet 45 Publishing, remarked that Bulgaria tops the European Union in the percentage of young people who say they have started their own business or are taking steps to do so

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Bulgaria: Honey Prices Plummet Amidst Market Glut and Climatic Challenges

Bulgarian beekeepers in the Dobrudja region are sounding the alarm as the value of honey continues to plummet despite a backdrop of rising costs and challenging climatic conditions
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Minister Hilaire unveils Saint Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival 2024 lineup

The Deputy Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, as well as the member of parliament serving for the Castries South, Ernest Hilaire, unveils the Saint Lucia Jazz & Arts Festival 2024 lineup. The event will be celebrated from April 30 to May 12, 2024.

Bulgarian Mountain Rescue Issues Urgent Warning on Avalanche Risks

As enthusiasts and tourists flock to the breathtaking landscapes of Bulgaria's mountainous terrains, the rescue service is urging caution and vigilance

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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