President Rumen Radev has sent a letter of condolence to his French counterpart François Hollande due to the Paris shooting with a policeman killed and his colleagues injured.‘Bulgaria strongly condemns this act of violence. No cause justifies such an act of inhumanity,’ the Bulgarian president states in his letter. President Radev sends on behalf of the Bulgarian nation and his own deepest regret to the family of the dead policeman, also wishing quick recovery to the injured officers.
On June 24, Bulgarians mark Enyovden - a holiday of the sun, herbs and water. The traditions associated with Enyovden come to life every year in the open-air “Etar” ethnographic museum near Gabrovo. Preparations started a few days ago with a workshop..
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%)...