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Bulgaria Today – September 24, 2021

published on 9/24/21 6:00 PM

2021 is a good year for grain producers

published on 9/24/21 2:48 PM

Balkan Developments

published on 9/24/21 12:38 PM

TUs demand 17% increase in monthly salary

A minimum monthly salary of 388 euro as of 1 January, 2022. This is what the biggest trade union in the country, the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions in Bulgaria (CITUB) is demanding. The increase from the current minimum monthly..

published on 9/20/21 1:03 PM

“Weekend in Plovdiv” will take place despite pandemic restrictions

The 4 th edition of the “Weekend in Plovdiv” festival is bringing together the efforts of the people employed in the tourist industry for the development of the city as an attractive holiday destination, and promoting its cultural..

published on 9/18/21 12:35 PM

Gabriela Ivanova’s path to success in music and her life in Dublin

One of many Bulgarian children across the world has welcomed with excitement the first school day thousands of kilometers away from Bulgaria. Although she is far from her homeland, Gabriela Ivanova has not stopped studying her native..

published on 9/18/21 8:45 AM

Bulgaria Today – September 17, 2021

In “Bulgaria Today” on Friday, September 17,we bring you first the latest news stories from this country.  Next on the show, we mark the Day of the Bulgarian capital, Sofia, by bringing you more on the history of one of its quarters. At the end, we..

published on 9/17/21 6:00 PM

New school year has started in Bulgarian schools around the world

Over 20,000 students will study in Bulgarian Sunday schools abroad this school year. It has started solemnly and in compliance with the anti-epidemic measures introduced in different countries. One of the 245 Sunday Schools licensed by..

published on 9/17/21 3:13 PM

Balkan Developments

EU has reservations about Open Balkan initiative The EU administration assessed negatively the initiative “Mini Schengen”, also known as “Open Balkan”, of the leaders of North Macedonia, Serbia and Albania and believes that it..

published on 9/17/21 1:57 PM

Why do all the streets in a Sofia quarter bear names of Bulgarian towns and cities?

On April 3, 1879, Sofia was declared the capital of Bulgaria. The holiday of the city, named after the "St. Sophia” church is on September 17, when the Orthodox Church celebrates the Day of The Holy Martyrs Saint Sophia and her Daughters Faith,..

published on 9/17/21 9:00 AM

Bulgaria Today – September 16, 2021

In “Bulgaria Today” on Thursday,  September 16, we bring you first the latest news stories from this country. Next on the show, we look into Politics and the new political formation “of change” that is planning to go to the polls in the upcoming..

published on 9/16/21 6:00 PM

“Connecting Europe Express” arrives in Bulgaria

“Connecting Europe Express”, a special train put together as part of the European Year of Rail 2021, has arrived in Bulgaria’s capital Sofia. The European Commission’s delegation is led by Dirk Beckers, Director of the European Climate, Infrastructure..

published on 9/16/21 1:39 PM

Bulgaria Today – September 15, 2021

In “Bulgaria Today” on Wednesday, September 15, we bring you first the latest news stories from this country. Next on the show - The Bulgarian school bears the mission of saving the future of thousands of poor and rejected children in Bulgaria. We bring..

published on 9/15/21 6:00 PM