Middle East

Saint Lucia: PM Philip J. Pierre discuss strengthening and ties and fighting climate change with Saudi Foreign Minister

Castries, Saint Lucia: Philip J. Pierre, Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, informed through his social media account that yesterday, he met with the Foreign Minister of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al-Saud and discussed plans to strengthen the relationship between both countries for the benefit of the people of Saint Lucia

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

Bulgarian traveller Ruslan Yordanov shares glimpse of Dadan

Ruslan Yordanov, a Bulgarian Blogger and traveller, informed through his social media account that he went to another interesting tourist site in Saudi Arabia

Bulgarian traveller shares glimpse of meteorite weighing 3.5 tons exhibited at National Museum of Saudi Arabia

Ruslan Yordanov, a Bulgarian traveller and blogger, informed through his social media account that a meteorite weighing 3.5 tons is exhibited at the National Museum of Saudi Arabia

India to bolster strategic partnership with Egypt

India is eagerly interested in improving relations with the Middle East. It presents India with a dual-layered opportunity and potential. India is one of the world's largest economies and consumers, which can meet Egypt's market demands

Egyptian Army detachment accompanies Republic day March

A military detachment from Egypt marched toward the saluting dais on the Kartavya Path for the first time today as India celebrated its 74th Republic Day

Bulgaria: Tourism Minister managed over 10 meeting in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan

Ilin Dimitrov, Bulgarian Minister of Tourism, reported that his operational visit to the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Republic of Uzbekistan has ended. During the visit, he organised over ten meetings focusing on transport, tourism and tourism investments

Bulgaria: Foreign Ministry express condolences to Israel after terrorist attacks left one dead and 12 injured

Bulgarian ministry of foreign affairs shares its condolences to Israel about the horrific attacks in the capital Jerusalem which killed one person and left many people injured. While giving the statement, the ministry wrote, " We express our deepest condolences to the family of the victims and wish fully recovery to all injured. Terror and violence against civilians can never be justified''

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Karlovo: Children participate in European Sports Week ‘BeActive’

Karlovo, Bulgaria: Hundreds of children in Karlovo took part in the European Week of Sport 'BeActive', reported the Bulgarian Ministry of Youth and Sports through its social media account
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Bulgarian Graphic Designer Vasil Angelov won first prize in “Graphics – Classical Techniques”

Vasil Angelov won first prize in the IV National Competition for "Graphics - Classical Techniques" - 2023. The Best Young Graphic Designer of the Year is a professor at the New Bulgarian University and is a prominent graphic designer part of the Print Nest graphic group

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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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
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