Russia doesn’t intend to war against Ukraine

Representative of the Main Directorate of Intelligence Ministry of Defence of Ukraine, Andriy Cherniak, reported that Russia does not have any intentions to end the war against Ukraine

Macron: France to mobilise International assistance for Ukraine on December 13

In a statement, President Emanuel Macron highlighted that France will mobilise international assistance to Ukraine on December 13 in order to support Ukraine's resilience in the face of Russian aggression. He said France decided to help Ukraine restore access to energy by repairing its electrical systems

Putin declares Martial law in four Ukrainian regions inhabited during War

During the meeting of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, President Vladimir Putin announced Martial law in the occupied regions of Ukraine. From today, Martial law is to be conducted in Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia

Bulgaria treats RNM same as Russia acts with Ukraine, says Mickoski

Hristijan Mickoski, leader of the opposition VMRO-DPMNE, compared Bulgaria's policies towards North Macedonia to Russian policies for Ukraine. He stated that Bulgaria treats RNM just like Russia with Ukraine; there is no difference

Shooting at Russian training base left 11 dead, 15 injured

A shooting at a Russian training base close to the Ukrainian border left 11 individuals dead and 15 more injured. A group of volunteers who intended to fight in Ukraine on the side of Russia came in contact after two assailants opened fire

Bulgarian trail in Crimean Bridge explosion, truck boarded in ferry from Burgas

According to the Russian investigation, the truck that blew up the Crimean bridge was seen in Burgas, from where it got boarded a ferry. The investigators also claim that the truck reached Batumi in Georgia, which was then seen in Armenia. From there, he goes again to Georgia, followed by North Ossetia, from where he crossed into Russia

Bulgaria refuses to recognize Referendums in Ukraine, says MFA

Kostadin Kojabashev, Deputy minister and former ambassador of Bulgaria, shared their views about the partial mobilization and referendums in Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia with Ukraine at the regular briefing of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Ukraine: Mass grave located in Izyum containing 440 victims

In the town of Izyum in Kharkiv Oblast, which was retaken from Russian forces days ago, Ukrainian police have reportedly found a mass grave containing more than 440 victims. According to police, the casualties were caused by continous Russian airstrikes and shelling over Ukraine. Crosses have been placed on the graves

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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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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