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Nurgyul Salimova receives honorary plaque from President Radev and Sports minister Iliev

Sofia, Bulgaria: Nurgyul Salimova, the Bulgarian professional chess player, was presented with an honorary plaque in recognition of her outstanding performance at the World Chess Cup in Azerbaijan. She finished second, following 24-year-old Russian Aleksandra Goryachkina

Bulgaria: Ministry of Foreign Affairs extends wishes to India on its 77th Independence day

Sofia, Bulgaria: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria congratulated India on their 77th Independence Day; the biggest democratic country in the world celebrates its Independence Day on August 15 every year after independence from British rule in 1947

President Rumen Radev briefly explains his decision of not sending weapons to Ukraine

President Rumen Radev talks briefly about his decision of not sending weapons to Ukraine and their meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, who visited Sofia during his European tour of collecting support from allies

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: President Radev honours athletes with Head of State’s Medal of Honor

Sofia, Bulgaria: On July 1, 2023, Rumen Radev, President of Bulgaria, presented Bulgarian athletes Tanyu Kiryakov, Rumyana Nekova, Jordan Yovchev and Stanka Zlateva the Head of State’s Medal of Honor for their achievements on the occasion of their anniversary

Bulgaria: Culture Minister Plamen Slavov participates in 120th edition of Rose Festival

The Road Minister of Culture Associate Professor Plamen Slavov took part in the 120th edition of the Rose Festival. At 10:00 a.m., he participated in the Roseober ritual near Kazanlak

Bulgarians celebrate Day of holy brothers Cyril and Methodius, of Bulgarian alphabet, education and culture

Sofia, Bulgaria: The traditional solemn procession organized in the capital on the occasion of the Day of the Holy Brothers Cyril and Methodius, of the Bulgarian alphabet, education and culture, and Slavic literature - May 24, departed from the Ministry of Education and Science, near the Archaeological Museum, to reach the Monument of the Holy Brothers before The National Library "St. H. E. S. Cyril and Methodius", where the official ceremony began

Bulgaria: President Radev appreciates everyone working towards better future for families, society & Bulgaria

Sofia, Bulgaria: President Rumen Radev appreciates all working men and women today on the occasion of World Labour Day

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Bulgaria and Bosnia & Herzegovina signs Memorandum for Cooperation in Sports

Sofia, Bulgaria: Bulgaria and Bosnia & Herzegovina signed a Memorandum for Cooperation in the Field of Youth and Sports reported Bulgarian Ministry of Sports and youth informed through its social media account
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DPM Ernest Hilaire encourages youth, shares inspiring message from Philippians 4:13

Castries, Saint Lucia: Ernest Hilaire, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism, shared an important message to the youth and working populace of Saint Lucia. Through his social media account, he shared the bible verse Philippians 4:13, which reads, “I can do all this through him who gives me strength"

Haskovo: First indoor swimming complex in Haskovo officially opened

Haskovo, Bulgaria: Haskovo's first indoor swimming complex was officially opened yesterday. It was built entirely with the funds of Haskovo Municipality. The modern swimming complex is built on a deserted terrain on a street. "A panorama"

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Plovdiv, Bulgaria’s hidden gem with 3,000 years of history & architecture influenced by 3 different continents

Plovdiv, Bulgaria: Known as Bulgaria's ancient city built around seen hills, Plovdiv is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and worldwide. The region has more than 3,000 years of history and architecture influenced by three continents; there's nowhere else like it

12 Reasons Why Cities Need More Trees

It is essential for the world to plant a trillion more trees to prevent a climate crisis and reduce temperatures. The lack of trees and failure to produce new ones has lead to soil erosion, increased temperatures, and several other issues that the world is currently facing. Here are the 12 reasons mentioned below why planting more trees is essential