Bulgaria’s Natural Gas Imports from Azerbaijan Rise Slightly in March 2024

Bulgaria began importing gas from Azerbaijan through the Greece-Bulgaria interconnector (IGB) on October 1, 2022. The IGB, a critical infrastructure project aimed at enhancing regional energy security, has a contractual volume of gas supplies set at 1 billion cubic meters per year

Mysterious Drone Wreckage Discovered Near Romanian-Ukrainian Border

The discovery, made on agricultural land close to the Danube River, comes at a time of heightened tensions in the region, with neighboring Ukraine grappling with ongoing conflict and instability

Odesa: Russian missile Strike destroys historic Ukrainian Orthodox Church

On one of the central streets of Odesa, the Transfiguration Cathedral of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchate) was damaged by a Russian missile. This temple is a UNESCO heritage site

‘Russian victory’ worse than civilian cluster-bomb deaths – Pentagon

A US official has defended the decision to supply Ukraine with the weapons, which are banned in more than 100 countries; Colin Kahl, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, defended President Biden's decision to send controversial munitions to Ukraine

Levan Koguashvili’s “Brighton 4th” won two honours at Casablanca Independent Film Festival

Georgian director Levan Koguashvili's "Brighton 4" won two honours at the 2nd edition of the Casablanca Independent Film Festival. The film participated in the international game competition and won the best director (Levan Koguashvili) and best actor (Levan Tediashvili) awards

Russian and Ugandan Foreign Minister signs joint statement on no first placement of Weapons in outer space

On May 18, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov held talks with Foreign Minister of the Republic of Uganda Abubaker Jeje Odongo, who is in Moscow on a working visit. The meeting took place in a friendly and trust-based atmosphere traditional for Russian-Ugandan relations

It’s impossible to shoot down Kinzhal by Patriot system, says Alexei Leonov

It is impossible to shoot down a Russian hypersonic missile "Kinzhal" using the American Patriot system, military expert and Soviet-Russian Cosmonaut Alexei Leonov told RIA Novosti

“At least one less Leopard 2A4 tank”, mocks Russian embassy as two tanks collide during training

A German-made Leopard 2A4 main battle tank was destroyed in Poland during training when two tanks collided, the Russian Embassy in London announced via their official Facebook page

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Women’s Representation in Bulgarian Parliament Rises to 27%, Still Below Recommended Levels

With women now comprising 27% of the members in the National Assembly, up from previous levels around 24%, the shift marks a step forward but falls short of the 30% threshold recommended by international standards
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New Low-Cost Airline Takes Off: Lufthansa City Airlines Now Flying to Sofia!

Several key German cities and select European locations will be among its initial destinations. As per Euronews, the airline's routes for its debut month include Berlin, Bremen, Cologne Bonn, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, and Hanover within Germany

Renewed Air Raid Alerts Overshadow 19th World Meeting of Bulgarian Media in Odesa

The past 24 hours have seen four instances of drone and missile warnings in the Odesa region, triggered by observed flights originating from Crimea. One notable incident occurred near the village of Zorya, home to a significant population of Bessarabian Bulgarians

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