Bulgarian Foreign Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva has refuted fears of a possible worsening of relations with Moscow following a conclusion in the 2016 national security report that Russia is among the chief foreign-policy threats for Bulgaria. The quoted conclusion prompted controversial response in parliament earlier today. Providing arguments about her position Minister Zaharieva pointed out it was based on objective facts and could in no way harm relations with Russia which she termed good.
The Border Police Directorate-General will from now on be able to investigate crimes within their competence on the entire territory of the country under amendments to the Ministry of the Interior Act, adopted at first reading. According to the..
Carrying out a judicial reform in Bulgaria and the aspirations of this country to join the Schengen Area have been central to the talks of Bulgarian President Rumen Radev and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte held in USA. The Dutch prime..
Deputy Prime Minister for judicial reform and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zaharieva met with Elisabeth Millard, Deputy Executive Secretary of the US Department of State and with the foreign ministers of Armenia and of Lebanon Edward..