Caretaker Prime Minister Ognyan Gerdzhikov and caretaker Minister of Tourism Stela Baltova opened the international Holiday & SPA Expo in Sofia.
Prime Minister Gerdzhikov pointed out that tourism is a unique kind of business as it is targeted at people and helps nations get to know each other. Ognyan Gerdzhikov added that over the past year Bulgaria has been visited by over 8 million tourists from abroad who spent around 3 billion euro in the country. Minister Baltova on her part stated that tourism must become a national cause and stressed that it has a most powerful effect on all other sectors of the economy.
In a telephone conversation, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov has acquainted his Hungarian counterpart Viktor Orban with the position that he will present at a working meeting in Brussels on Sunday on migration issues and asylum. Boyko..
In 2017, EU citizens aged from 15 to 64 who usually worked from home were 5%, Eurostat figures suggest as quoted by Dnevnik. The highest proportion of homebased workers was seen in the Netherlands (13.7%) and the smallest in Bulgaria (0.3%)...
More than 450 dancers, members of 20 folklore groups from all over Bulgaria, will participate in the Fourth National Chain Dance Near the Azure Coast Folklore Festival due on Saturday, June 23, in the Black Sea city of Bourgas. The festival..