At a meeting with North Macedonia’s Prime Minister Dimitar Kovachevski, Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev expressed satisfaction with the work of the governments of the two countries. “The same approach should be used in resolving open political..
Bulgarians living abroad do not intend to return to their home country permanently, the results of a survey conducted by the popular brain gain community Tuk Tam show. Those who do not rule out such a possibility say it may happen in the long term...
Personal trust in President Rumen Radev in the beginning of his second term of office is 58.5%. Rumen Radev continues to be the most-liked figure in Bulgaria’s political life, a poll of Gallup International Balkan shows. Trust in Bulgaria’s cabinet..
Catering establishments will most likely boycott the new anti-epidemic measures, Emil Kolarov, chairman of the Association of Restaurants in Bulgaria, has..
NATO has confirmed that it was considering sending jet fighters to Bulgaria as part of its intention to strengthen the defense of Eastern Europe at a time..
As of today, Bulgaria’s MPs will need a green certificate to enter the National Assembly building. Those who have not had Covid-19 or have not received..