On March 9 we mark 30 years since the railway terrorist attack that took the largest number of lives in Bulgaria – that at Bunovo Railway Station along the Burgas-Sofia line. The terrorist act of 1985 involved a time bomb placed in the wagon for mothers with young children. The blast had to coincide with the passing of the train through a tunnel, with the aim to cause more victims. The train, however was two minutes late and blast exploded at the railway station. The explosion took 7 lives, those of several children included. The doers, according to the investigation, were members of a pro-Turkish terrorist organization, related to the protests against the so-called “revival process” in Bulgaria, aiming at the assimilation of the Muslim population in this country.
The Bulgarian National Assembly Committee on Budget and Finance rejected President Radev’s veto on the Corporate Income Tax Act. The most discussed topic regarded the increased tax on older vehicles. The Chairperson of the National Assembly..
Bulgaria’s Premier Boyko Borissov will participate at the Thessaloniki Summit 2018 in Greece on November 15 and 16. The forum is organized by the Federation of Industries of Northern Greece and hosted by Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. Serbia’s..
Bulgaria’s fourth President Rossen Plevneliev (2012-2017) received the highest French distinction the Legion of Honor at a ceremony held at the Embassy of France in Sofia. The Ambassador of France to Bulgaria H.E. Eric Lebedel bestowed the order to..