World Bank: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is obstructing post-pandemic economic recovery in Europe and Central Asia

The world bank recently released the latest economic report in which they mentioned that the ongoing conflict in Ukraine had obscured hopes for post-pandemic economic recovery for rising and developing economies in Europe and Central Asia

EU aims to provide electricity access to 100 million Africans by 2030

Addressing the ministers, she stated, "We are building a more sustainable future. We are supporting Africa in powering its rising industry and selling clean energy abroad. It's good for all our economies and the planet". 

Love is Blind: Congolese man marries triplets at same time, says he fell in love with all three sisters

A man of the Democratic Republic of Congo married three sisters at the same time. The man, who has been identified as Luwizo, said he fell in love with triplets and could not resist himself marrying them all.

Bulgaria bans flights from Aeroflot; closes airspace for Russian aircrafts

Amid the Russian government's decision to invasion in Ukraine, the Bulgarian Transport Ministry noted that the country is banning flights operated by the Russian airlines while also closing airspace for the Russian aircraft.

Nigeria’s Olusegun Runsewe pledges to foster cultural ties with Bulgaria

The director-general, National Council for Arts and Culture, Otunba Olusegun Runsewe (OON), pledged to enhance ties with Bulgarian.

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Bulgaria: Foreign Ministry honours victims of Holodomor

The foreign ministry of Bulgaria released a message on their social media platform to honour and remember the unwitting victims of the Holodomor. a man-made feminine that wreaked havoc in Ukraine in 1932–1933 while Joseph Stalin was in power
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Bulgaria: 10 Morocco-originated illegal migrants detained in Karlovo

Another incident involving illegal immigrants occurred in Bulgaria this morning at 7 a.m. Border police stopped a car driven by a Bulgarian on the Sub-Balkan road, close to the village of Iganovo, which is located in the Karlovo region, carrying ten foreigners

Bulgaria: Foreign Minister Nikolay Milkov discuss effects of War in Barcelona

On Thursday in Barcelona, during the 4th EU Southern Neighbourhood Ministerial Conference, Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikolay Milkov discussed the worldwide effects of the ongoing conflict in Ukraine

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Britain’s new PM Rishi Sunak could have roots in Bulgaria as well, says reports

Rishi Sunak, the new British Prime Minister, has some history with Bulgaria. His Father-in-Law, Mr Narayan Murty, nicknamed Bill Gates of India, was arrested in Bulgaria for trying to talk about life in the nation with a regional couple in 1974

St. Kitts and Nevis- Perfect destination to explore nature’s beauty and escape global instability

The COVID-19 pandemic devastated economies worldwide in 2020 and resulted in numerous fatalities. People were locked in their own houses as travelling was suspended to prevent further spread. The world has suffered harsh times during this global instability
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