Central government is ready to create on its own toll road system without involvement of private companies, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said. He argued that incessant appeals of toll system tenders had been deliberately delaying its introduction.
While on a visit to Varna the prime minister gave the start to the construction of four new boulevards worth 12.5 million euro financed under Regions in Growth Operational Program. The new infrastructure will help alleviate traffic in the Black Sea city and to seaside resorts.
Boyko Borissov also said that during the visit to Bulgaria, including Varna, of French President Emanuel Macron joint shipbuilding projects would be discussed as well as other options of bilateral cooperation.
In 2017 Bulgaria remained the country with the lowest wages in the EU, data of Eurostat shows. The average wage per hour in the European Union amounted to EUR 23, while in Bulgaria the hourly pay was four times lower- just over EUR 5 per hour. In..
The weather conditions in Bulgaria remain difficult due to heavy snow and wind. The warnings for dangerous weather remain in place. Code Orange was declared for all districts in North Bulgaria, as well as for Sofia, Pernik and Kyustendil districts in..
Three Bulgarian MEPs from different political parties received recognition at the annual ceremony MEP Awards held in Brussels- Andrey Kovatchev, Patar Kurumbashev and Ilhan Kyuchyuk. Andrey Kovatchev from the European People’s Party received the award..