Daily webcast

Bulgarian National Radio © 2021 All Rights Reserved

President Rumen Radev: Biggest threat to future are uneducated young people

Photo: BGNES

The biggest threat to the future is having a big number of ignorant, uneducated young people, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev said at the opening of a national forum, entitled "Libraries Today." According to Radev, the mission of libraries today is related to digitization and to attracting young people towards reading more. Libraries are centers that should be used more actively to fight fake news, the president added.

More from category

Bulgaria with the second biggest at-risk-of-poverty rate among children with low-educated parents: Eurostat

According to a survey conducted by Eurostat, the share of children at risk of poverty who had parents with a low level of education is highest in Romania (37.4%) and Bulgaria (33.7%) , BGNES reported. Descendants of low educated parents are more..

published on 12/7/21 4:39 PM

Barcode to trace the path of Bulgarian wine from the vineyard to the wine glass

Bulgaria has a significant potential in developing wine tourism, this country‘s caretaker Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Food and Forestry Yavor Gechev sai d at a discussion themed "Trends in tourism and tourists’ new preferences for green and..

published on 12/7/21 3:47 PM

Presidential consultations on forming new government continue

President Rumen Radev continues political consultations with parliamentary groups in the 47th National Assembly before handing over the first exploratory mandate for government formation. On December 7, the first to meet..

updated on 12/7/21 3:26 PM
Подкасти от БНР