The Bulgarian Foreign Ministry has invited international observers to the election for members of parliament in Bulgaria on 2 April, 2023. Bulgaria’s permanent representation in Vienna has sent notes verbales with invitations to the OSCE’s Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe etc. “Guaranteeing fair, free and democratic elections in accordance with the highest international standards.. See more
The government has issued a decree approving the draft estimate of the costs for the preparation and holding of the election for members of parliament scheduled for 2 April, 2023. The funding approved amounts to 87.7 million Leva (EUR 44.84 million). The financing is for: printing of the election papers and ballots, payment for the members of the election commissions, computer data processing, information campaign etc. See more
At an official ceremony at the Embassy of Japan in Bulgaria , Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Narahira Hiroshi presented the Japanese State Order of the Rising Sun, Gold and Silver Rays to the chief conductor of the Children's Choir of the Bulgarian National Radio - Maestra Venecia Karamanova . The distinction was awarded for her contribution to the promotion of Japanese-Bulgarian bilateral relations through the music of the Children's Radio.. See more
Bulgaria’s National Assembly condemned the acts of violence against ethnic Bulgarians in North Macedonia - especially the crime against the secretary..
Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev appointed the new caretaker government, dissolved the 48 th National Assembly and scheduled early elections for April..
As Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine on 24 February last year, millions of Ukrainians sought refuge in different countries of the EU and around..