The Mission Bulgaria project will popularize Bulgarian history around the world. The initiative has spread to ten countries with lectures, to be delivered by archaeologist Prof. Nikolay Ovcharov and historical Prof. Plamen Pavlov.
The lecture cycle begins on 17 March in Kishinev, Moldova and will continue until 31 May, covering Russia, Armenia, Belgium, China, Greece, Cyprus, Hungary, Slovakia and Slovenia. The lectures will focus on prehistory in the Bulgarian lands, ancient Greek colonization of our Black Sea towns, Roman towns, the creation of the Bulgarian state, the conversion to Christianity, the Cyrillic alphabet.
With a qualified two-thirds majority – 80 out of a total of 120 MPs – parliament in Skopje voted the amendments to the constitution that will allow the country to change its name to the Republic of North Macedonia. The name change, put down in..
Bulgaria has submitted the rotating presidency of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region to Romania. Deputy Minister of Regional Development and Public Works Denitsa Nikolova, who is National Coordinator of the Strategy, handed over the symbol of..
Vice President Iliyana Yotova is on a working visit to Hungary at the invitation of the Bulgarian community there. During her visit, Yotova met with representatives of the Bulgarian Republican Self-Government in Hungary. In the city of..