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Bulgaria Prepares for Unique Dual Elections: Parliamentary and European Parliament Polls

Recognizing the challenges, Neikova highlighted the commission's preparedness for either a 2-in-1 election on June 9 or sequential elections, with the EP election slated for June 9 and the National Assembly election following on June 23

Bulgarians Commemorate National Holiday with Unity and Resilience at Shipka Peak

Standing atop the historic peak, President Radev hailed the unwavering spirit of the Bulgarian people and expressed profound gratitude for their steadfast dedication to safeguarding March 3 as a beacon of national pride

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

President Rumen Radev Rings in New Year with a Call for Unity and Progress

President Radev's address resonated with a call to action, urging Bulgarians to unite collectively to overcome present challenges and pave the way for a brighter future

Bulgarian Christmas initiative surpasses expectations with over BGN 2.5 Million

Under the patronage of President Rumen Radev, Bulgarian Christmas 2023 has set its focus on bolstering pediatric surgery, a cause that has garnered widespread attention and compassion

President Radev decries monument destruction as an assault on history and unity

President Rumen Radev has condemned the recent dismantling of the Monument to the Soviet Army as "barbaric destruction" that not only seeks to erase history but also intensifies public opposition

Bulgarian Parliament overrides veto to deliver armoured personnel carriers

The Bulgarian Parliament has reaffirmed its commitment to providing military aid to Ukraine, as President Volodymyr Zelensky expressed his gratitude for the resolute decision

Bulgarian National Assembly Anticipates Overriding Presidential Veto on Armored Personnel Carriers for Ukraine

With a strong belief in the legislature's informed decision-making process, Zhelyazkov anticipated robust support from the majority to override the presidential veto

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Ukrainian Woman Detained in Sunny Beach After Attempted Bribery of Police Officers

Promptly intervening, the police halted the vehicle, revealing that the driver was none other than the aforementioned Ukrainian national, holding temporary residence in the Sunny Beach locale
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Ministry of Transport Cancels Tender for Single-Deck Motor Trains, Shifts to Direct Contracting Approach

Under Acting Minister of Transport Georgi Gvozdeikov's leadership, Bulgaria's transportation landscape is shifting. He canceled a BGN 1.1 billion tender for 35 single-deck motor trains, signaling a decisive move towards a more tailored procurement approach

Bulgaria Day Declared in Vancouver: Celebrating Culture and Heritage in British Columbia

Bulgaria's rich heritage is set to be honored in the heart of British Columbia as May 24th is officially declared Bulgaria Day in the vibrant city of Vancouver

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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