President Radev: World needs comprehensive strategy to stop Russo-Ukraine war & win peace afterwards

President Rumen Radev remarked that the ongoing war increases the threat to peace, security and stability in Bulgaria and the entire Europe

Organic-Pharma enterprise evolves in Jammu & Kashmir

Today anyone can easily find some micro shops in countries like Germany and other European Countries to get Kashmiri-made rose oil, dried apricots, and herbs. A few years before, goods from the valley were limited to fruits and dry fruits only, primarily for gulf export

Zelenska appreciates European nations for their assistance through online meeting

On December 22, Olena Zelenska, the first lady of Ukraine, held an online meeting with numerous other first ladies of European countries

Bulgaria: Foreign Minister Nikolay Milkov discuss effects of War in Barcelona

On Thursday in Barcelona, during the 4th EU Southern Neighbourhood Ministerial Conference, Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikolay Milkov discussed the worldwide effects of the ongoing conflict in Ukraine

Russia considers Bulgarian aid to Ukraine an act of aggression

The decision by Bulgaria to aid Ukraine militarily is seen by Russia as another aggressive gesture that would worsen existing bilateral ties. As per reports by BTA, the statement was given by Maria Zakharova, a spokeswoman for the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

“Bulgaria must join Eurozone till January 2024 by any means necessary”, says Pekanov

Atanas Pekanov, acting deputy prime minister for European Funds Management, stated on Facebook that Bulgaria must continue its efforts and struggle to join the Eurozone by the established target date of January 1, 2024. He thought that joining the Eurozone should be a strategic objective

World Bank: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is obstructing post-pandemic economic recovery in Europe and Central Asia

The world bank recently released the latest economic report in which they mentioned that the ongoing conflict in Ukraine had obscured hopes for post-pandemic economic recovery for rising and developing economies in Europe and Central Asia

AirBaltic set to launch new flights to Belgrade after 12 years

The Latvian flag carrier AirBaltic is set to launch new flights to Belgrade, Split, Dubrovnik and Tivat in the middle of 2023 during the summer travel season. The new flights will expand the network that covers 18 destinations. The airline is set to return to Serbia after 12 years of absence; it will start operating two weekly flights from Riga to Belgrade

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‘We Continue the Change’ strongly criticizes President Radev for neglecting assembly’s decision to arm Ukraine

Coalition "We continue the change - Democratic Bulgaria" sharply opposes President Rumen Radev's another attempt to neglect the decisions of the National Assembly. And, along with its official government, to take positions and make decisions that contradict Bulgaria's interests and threaten its security, separating it from its EU and NATO allies
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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

Ten Chinese military aircraft and two navy ships were tracked by Taiwan, according to the Ministry of National Defense (MND), between 6 a.m. on Monday (March 20) and 6 a.m

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Educational research, significance and why its important

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Russians willing to pay $10,000 for head of Wasim, paratrooper of 95th assault brigade

According to the information provided by 95 separate amphibious assault brigades of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Russians are willing to pay $10,000 for the head of Wasim, a paratrooper of the 95th assault brigade deployed over the line of Control