Another protest was seen in the capital Sofia against NATO. Since the beginning of Russia Ukraine conflict, numerous protests have been observed opposing the government’s decision to provide weaponry aid to Ukraine
Varna: Regional governor Blagomir Kotsev stated that he is extremely glad that just a day after the protests in front of the Lung Hospital, the Municipality of Varna decided to release financial aid to the hospital so that it could pay its debts and pay the salaries of its employees
Authorities in North Macedonia stated that 47 police officers got injured, two of them in severe conditions, after a group of primarily young people threw metal bars, stones, eggs and Molotov cocktails at the parliament building in the capital on Tuesday night.
The IMRO activists led by Angel Djambazki today morning blocked the residence of Prime Minister Kiril Petkov. Protest in favour of the ruling administration had already begun at 8 am today in front of the National Assembly.
The rally was conducted in the capital city of the Balkan state - Sofia and was also the first day of the three-day consecutive strikes being announced ahead of the no-confidence motion debate in the parliament.
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
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, 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"
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
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