At the Central Station in Sofia, residents of Sofia and the guests of the city are welcome to the exhibition Things Change dedicated to the recent past. The display has been organized by the Representation of the European Commission in Bulgaria. It features ten exhibits, symbolizing change in different sectors of Bulgaria's development over the last ten years - freedom of movement, roaming, infrastructure, environmental protection, education, consumer protection, health, energy, culture and food. The exhibition is located close to the main entrance in the hall at the ground floor of the Central Station.
An exhibition that comes up with a narrative about the Bulgarian old-growth forests and their animal inhabitants reveals the natural wealth in the Bulgarian lands – a world however which might go extinct. At the peak of environmental protests..
Athens wants state of Macedonia to add “Vardar” to its name, Skopje – “New” According to sources close to Alexis Tsipras’negotiations with Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias and with Archbishop Ieronymos, Athens is inclined to agree to the name..
It’s time to focus again on midwifery, as 2017 was the year with the lowest birthrate in Bulgaria in the last four decades. The country obviously is in a deep demographic crisis. At a discussion in Sofia on the occasion of Babinden..