On December 3, at an official ceremony in the National Palace of Culture in Sofia, the Bulgarian capital city will be presented with the flag of the World Capital of Sport 2024. The initiative belongs to the Association of European Cities and Regions and UNESCO.
The event will be attended by legendary Bulgarian athletes such as Rumyana Neikova, Stefka Kostadinova, Yordan Yovchev, Maria Grozdeva, Yordanka Blagoeva, as well as the honorary president of the European Capitals and Cities of Sport Federation (ACES) Gian Lupattelli, and a number of representatives of the international organization that chose Sofia for European capital of sports.
"Bulgaria will not send a military contingent to Ukraine. No Bulgarian soldier will set foot there as long as the caretaker government is in power", caretaker Minister of Defence Dimitar Stoyanov said at the National Military University in Veliko..
Media freedom further deteriorated in Bulgaria. Journalists and independent media outlets reporting on organized crime, corruption or minority rights faced persistent threats and were frequently victims of abusive litigation by public officials..
Parliamentary elections on 2 April are not at risk due to bomb threats in a number of schools across the country , although almost all polling stations are located in schools. Interior Ministry experts are developing a protocol to be followed in case of..
The principals of 16 schools in Sofia and dozens in Burgas and Varna received threatening emails about planted explosive devices. In..
The main version of investigators working on case with the bomb threat e-mails sent to schools in Bulgaria is that they are hybrid..
A round table on the topic of "The Future of Natural Gas in Southeastern Europe" takes place on March 28 in Sofia and is organized by..