The Council of Ministers has adopted amendments to the Regulations for Application of the Foreigners in the Republic of Bulgaria Act. Along with EU requirements, they are also related to the necessity of facilitating the procedures for applying for..
Today, a day after 24 May when Bulgarians celebrated the Slavic script and culture, a Bulgarian government delegation is in the Vatican for the traditional audience with the Pope. It is a symbolic way to reproduce the mission of the holy..
The European Voluntary Service (EVS) together with Foundation 42 organize social events for foreigners, living and working in Bulgaria. The idea is to create an environment in which they can communicate with other foreigners who live here and at..
The Bulgarian weekend schools set up by Bulgarians abroad are self-organized entities, supported by the Bulgarian state. They devote a great deal of time and effort to preserve all things Bulgarian and keep the bond with Bulgaria alive...
A total of 1530 citizens of Syria received protection in Bulgaria as refugees in 2017, as well as 110 Iraqis and two stateless persons. The figures have been recently presented in the EC by Eurostat. Out of 4740 international protection..
“ Our Radio aims to promote China in various languages because many people across the world do not have the correct idea about China. Besides, I believe that Bulgaria is China’s best friend, because it was the second country that established..
A record number of foreign citizens live in Germany, the Federal Statistical Office of Germany says. The reason is the influx of asylum-seekers as well as migrants from other EU countries. Out of the total of 82 million people living in..
According to Eurostat data, as quoted by the European Commission, in 2016 EU Member States most often gave citizenship to foreigners coming for Morocco, Albania and India. Unlike this general trend, during the same year Bulgaria most often granted..
On 3 April, 1879, the Constituent Assembly, sitting in the old Bulgarian capital Turnovo proclaimed Sofia capital of free Bulgaria. “Different towns were considered as prospective capitals of the country – Sofia, Plovdiv, Turnovo...