At the unveiling of grape harvest in the district of Pazardjik, South Bulgaria, Minister of Agriculture, Foods and Forests Rumen Porozhanov commented that the harvest was of excellent quality this year, which meant good wines. The grapes processed for wine in 2017 are expected to be over 200,000 tons. At the moment the country has more than 260 registered wine cellars and there has been growing interest towards their production, as Great Britain, China and Russia are among the major foreign markets for those, the minister pointed out.
Fuel retailers went out on street protests in Bulgaria’s coastal city of Burgas over the planned amendments to the Administrative Regulation of Economic Activities with Oil and Oil Products Act. The fuel retailers are protesting, because according to..
A new mobile application starts functioning today in Bulgaria’s coastal resort Sunny Beach. The Sunny Beach Smart Pass provides various services: a media channel which provides useful information to the citizens and the guests of the city, an..
Over 7,500 Bulgarian pupils from 326 professional high schools are participating in practices in real working environment, Bulgaria’s Deputy Minister of Education and Science Denitsa Sacheva announced. The training is held under the project Students..