Bulgaria is heading towards the first, in its democratic history, 2-in-1 election campaign. Holding elections for President and for parliament on the same date, 14 November, raises certain expectations among the candidates for two of the most..
The executive board of the International Monetary Fund, IMF,reaffirmed its full confidence in IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva, after conducting a review of the claims that she had pressured World Bank staff to tamper with data in favour of..
The key to Bulgaria's agreement for start of EU membership talks with the Republic of North Macedonia depends on Skopje abiding by the Treaty of Friendship from 2017. This is what President Rumen Radev said at the EU-Western..
Rumen Radev’s second term of office as President officially begins on 22 January, 2022. A few days before that date, on 19 January, Rumen Radev..