After Serbia, Family Pride parade in Bulgaria

Sofia, Bulgaria: After Serbia, Family Pride parade conducted on the streets of Bulgaria in which several Bulgarian nationalists participated with their children opposing gay pride month, calling it a threat to traditional family values

Haskovo: Municipality lays foundation of new Orthodox temple in Monastir

Haskovo, Bulgaria: The Haskovo Municipality informed through its social media account that on July 8, 2023, the foundation stone of a new Orthodox temple was laid today in the Haskovo village of Monastir

Bulgaria: Police detain priest who “cursed” Zelensky’s motorcade

Sofia, Bulgaria: The Bulgarian security forces detained an Orthodoxian priest who tried to intercept Zelensky's motorcade and cursed him for provoking the Russia-Ukraine conflict resulting in enormous deaths since February 24, 2022

Bulgaria: Cultural Ministry congratulates all librarians on May 11

On May 11, the Bulgarian Orthodox Church and the Bulgarian people ecstatically celebrated the first teachers and educators - the Holy Equal Apostles Cyril and Methodius. The success of their work has been manifested over the centuries - they gave Bulgaria a foundation on which all Slavicism finished building its culture

Orthodox Church celebrated the Cathedral of St. prophet John

Ilin Dimitrov, Bulgarian Minister of Tourism, reported that yesterday, after the Epiphany, the Orthodox Church celebrated the Cathedral of St. prophet John the Baptist and the Baptist of the Lord

Ecumenical Patriarchate awarded Borrisov for assisting in restoration of Church St. Stephen in Istanbul

Former Prime minister and GERB Leader Boyko Borrisov received a special award from the Ecumenical Patriarchate in recognition of his assistance with the restoration of the Church  St. Stephen Balatas

Burgas: Orthodox Church honours St. Nicholas Mirlikian

Today, the Orthodox Church honours the memory of St. Nicholas Mirlikian ''the Wonderworker''. Saint Nicholas was taught good deeds and firm faith in God from a young age. He helped the needy and saved them from trouble. According to popular belief, St. Nicholas performed a miracle by filling up the hole of a pierced ship with a carp and saving the sailors from certain death

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Bulgaria Introduces New National ID Cards with Biometric Features for Enhanced Security

This significant change aims to bolster the security of the document and streamline travel and verification processes. The new ID cards are expected to make border crossings easier for Bulgarians traveling to EU countries
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Swift Action Prevents Disaster as Fire Erupts on Sofia-Burgas Express Train

The incident occurred at approximately 3:05 p.m., when the locomotive of the express train, carrying 80 passengers, caught fire near the entrance signal of the "Vladimir Pavlov" station in the western part of Burgas

Dominica Club rehabilitation announced by Melissa Skerrit

The Government of Dominica has announced the rehabilitation process of the Dominica Club in Roseau giving them opportunities for sports

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