Roma people marched downtown Sofia, expressing their discontent against hate speech. The protest was due to words of co-Chair of the Patriotic Front Valeri Simeonov, blaming Roma people for having turned into arrogant, presumptuous and ferocious apes that were ready to kill for the purpose of burglaries. A subscription of the protesters insists on an official statement of the Bulgarian institutions, alongside actions, preventing hate speech.
Almost 20 percent of university applicants continue their education abroad, indicate data of the international project World Education. The number of secondary school graduates who enroll in universities in Bulgaria is also on the rise, though..
At a meeting with Energy Minister Temenuzhka Petkova representatives of employer organizations stated their support for the work on the construction of new gas interconnections between Bulgaria and neighbouring countries for guaranteeing national..
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov took part in the opening of the general debate of the 73 rd session of the UN General Assembly. The theme this year is: “Making the United Nations relevant to all people: global leadership and shared..