The whole equipment of the two nuclear reactors for the suspended Belene NPP will be delivered to Belene by the end of 2017, Bulgaria’s Minister of Energy Temenuzhka Petkova said on Wednesday. On Tuesday Minister Petkova met with representatives of Russia’s company Rosatom which manufactures the equipment. Bulgaria and Rosatom are holding talks aimed at signing an agreement for preservation of the nuclear equipment, Minister Petkova pointed out and added that according to the report of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences about the necessity of construction of Belene nuclear power plant, Bulgaria and the region will need new nuclear facilities in 2035.
The Transport Committee in the National Assembly has passed at first reading a bill of amendments to the Road Traffic Act and the introduction of a road toll system. From the beginning of 2019, an electronic vignette sticker will be introduced...
The 181 st anniversary since the birth of the hero of the Bulgarian national liberation movement Vassil Levski is being marked nationwide today with various events. Known in this country as the Apostile of Freedom, Levski is the ideologist and..
Bulgaria is among the countries which have attracted the largest amount of investments under the so-called Juncker Plan. If attracted investments are compared to the GDP, the leading countries in the plan are Greece, Estonia, Lithuania, Bulgaria..