EU grants Ukraine and Moldova with candidate status

The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, congratulated the leaders and people of both countries.

It’s a tough few days ahead: Bulgaria’s former PM Petkov

As per the leader of the, We Continue the Change (WCC), the corruption interests as well as pro-Russian influence in the Balkan country come together to bring his government down. 

Bulgaria health ministry confirms presence of monkeypox in country

The ministry then informed that the patients of the outbreak are of forty-one (41) and forty-four (44) years, respectively, and at the present time are in the capital city of the country, Sofia. However, both of them are in good terms, as per the reports. 

COVID in Bulgaria: Additional 336 cases recorded

These new cases have been detected by the healthcare staff of the testing sites in Bulgaria from the additional 3,843 tests. The data then adds that the positivity rate of the new cases computes to around 8.7%. 

Ukraine President thanked Bulgaria for supporting its bid for EU

"Expressed gratitude to Bulgaria for the readiness to support granting our country the status of a candidate country for EU membership", the Ukraine President stated.

Bulgaria President: Proposals of French Presidency for North Macedonia are best & fairest

Following the above statement, he then added that if there are plans to change the framework position of Bulgaria, then the Council of Ministers must update the framework position, which shall later be approved by the Parliament of the country. 

Bulgaria: Another ITN MP quits party, says ashamed for voting to remove Minchev as National Assembly speaker

On the other hand, the current government led by the Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov will be required to hire 6 MPs; only then it will be able to survive the 'no confidence motion', possibly taking next week. 

Quotes on World Blood Donor Day which will inspire you to donate blood

Donating money is great, but donating blood to one is even better. 

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