"Bulgaria strongly condemns the attack against French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and the murders in Paris,” Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov said a statement. This bloody terrorist act causes anger against those committing murders and attacking the freedom of speech. We express solidarity with the French people in this difficult time and share the grief of the families and relatives of the dead. There is no cause that justifies terror. As allies in NATO and the EU, Bulgaria and France have been working together to stop new threats to security and peace. Together with our partners we are confident that terrorism will be defeated, no matter the effortя required," the Prime Minister said.
16 October is the day of aviation and the Bulgarian air force. It is the day on which, 106 years ago, the first combat flight was carried out. At the aviation museum in Krumovo, visitors will be given an opportunity to experience what it is..
Bulgaria’s Deputy Premier and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva represented Bulgaria at the regular session of the Foreign Affairs Council in Luxembourg. The Foreign Affairs Council has adopted new regime of restrictive measures to..
The Bulgarian Socialist Party has submitted a third no-confidence vote against the Borissov 3 cabinet, this time over healthcare. BSP opposes the intentions of the government to make reforms that will place additional financial burden on the Bulgarian..