The Bulgarian Orthodox church honours the memory of St. Marina the Great Martyr today, who was condemned to death because of her belief in Jesus Christ.
According to popular belief, she is the symbol of celestial fire, patron saint of the harvest and cornfields, of health and of the Southern portion of the Bulgarian Black Sea coastline as well as of the town of Sozopol which celebrates its patron saint’s day on 17 July.
At a meeting in Belgrade Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic has thanked Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva for Bulgaria’s efforts aimed to keep the European Union open for enlargement into the Western Balkans. The..
A road accident on the highway in the eastern part of Hungary killed three persons, the Hungarian newspaper Hungary Today reports quoted by NOVA TV. A spokesman of the local police force has specified that the accident involved a minibus with a Bulgarian..
Construction of the Greece-Bulgaria gas interconnector is among the energy sector top priorities of the Bulgarian government which has a key role to play for the diversification of the sources and routes of natural gas supplies not only to Bulgaria..