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Bulgaria: Check Here reduced and hiked price list of food items

The fall in the rate has been reported for the 5th consecutive week; therefore, since the beginning of May month, the overall rate of vegetables has decreased by 5.26% in Bulgaria.

Bulgaria political turmoil: PM Petkov calls ITN Leader as irresponsible and egoistic

Further referring to the leader of the ITN political party, Slavi Trifonov, he stated, "Especially if this party leader is a former singer who most irresponsibly decides to risk this government just because of his personal ego".  

Bulgaria on its way to join OECD; starts accession talks with organization

"The OECD is the club of the best policies, practices, and standards. On the road to membership, we will implement key reforms", the statement of the Bulgarian foreign ministry underscores. 

Bulgaria’s economy grows by 0.8% in 2022 first quarter

This growth is very less as compared to that of 2021, when the European country's economy grew by 4%, the data shared by the NSI added. Meanwhile, the gross domestic product (GDP) in January-March was 32.81 billion leva or 16.77 billion euros for Bulgaria. 

Bulgaria: 168 individuals tests positive for COVID; 2 dies

These new cases have been traced out of the additional 4140 COVID tests conducted at the testing sites all across Bulgaria on June 7. Therefore, the positivity rate of the new COVID-19 infections computes for nearly 4%. 

Bulgaria: PM Petkov talks to Moldovan counterpart over phone, expresses strong commitment

According to the official census, the majority of the inhabitants in the Taraklia region are Bulgarians. Apart from this, Bulgaria and Moldova are the co-founders of Taraclia State University, where the languages preferred for teaching are Bulgarian and Moldovian.

Ukrainians know exactly what kind of future they desire: EU President

"We will help them rebuild, reform and modernise", the EU President then highlights as she commends the courage of Ukrainians during the ongoing war.

Deputy PM for Good Governance Konstantinova denies to resign

"I do not see any point in giving a resign as you only resign when you fail to do your job", underscored Konstantinova. The resignation of the minister is in relation to the issues of the resettlement of Ukrainian refugees.

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UBEC to facilitate resilience of selected coastal assets: Ernest Hilaire

Ernest Hilaire – Deputy Prime Minister of Saint Lucia participated in the launch ceremony of the UBEC project” that would strengthen the environment of a blue economy and, the resilience of selected coastal assets across Saint Lucia, Grenada, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
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Bulgaria and Romania Celebrate Schengen Accession with ‘Schengen Check’ at Balchik Airport

This groundbreaking event, titled "Schengen Check," represents the first of its kind on Bulgarian soil, symbolizing a new era of cooperation and connectivity between the two nations

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

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Shocking Trend: Nipple Thefts in Thailand Linked to Breast Surgeries

Uncover the shocking news of nipple thefts in Thailand amid the surge in breast surgeries. A cautionary alert for those considering cosmetic procedures abroad. Stay informed, stay vigilant

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