Bulgarian National Radio © 2020 All Rights Reserved

Bulgaria marks EU Anti-Trafficking Day

Photo: library

At the initiative of the European Commission, October 18 has been declared a day in memory of victims of human trafficking. The aim is to raise public awareness of this problem worldwide.

Annually, about 300 Bulgarian citizens, 85% of whom are women, are deceived and sexually exploited, including abroad, according to a statement from the National Commission for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings.

More from category

USA backs Three Seas initiative of Bulgaria's President

Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev has held a telephone conversation with US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Matthew Boyce. In the conversation, Boyce expressed the support of the United States for the presidential initiative "Three Seas" in 2021 in..

published on 10/28/20 7:43 PM

Medical scientists from Bulgarian Academy of Sciences call for united efforts in fighting Covid-19

The members of the Department of Medical Sciences at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, which includes some of the most prominent specialists in Bulgaria in the field of medicine and healthcare, have called on Bulgarian citizens not to underestimate the..

published on 10/28/20 5:56 PM

Bulgaria's Council of Ministers approves draft budget for 2021.

The Bulgarian Government has pproved and submitted to the National Assembly the draft state budget for 2021. Among the priorities of the draft budget are the income, education, health, social, pension and defense policies.  Additional expenditures are..

published on 10/28/20 5:26 PM