In a letter to European leaders, the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen states that the Bulgarian-Turkish border should be a priority in strengthening the EU’s key external borders through targeted measures which are open to other interested member countries. The letter comes in anticipation of the special European Council meeting on migration in Brussels on 9 and 10 February.
The EC President’s words do not tally with a statement by European Commissioner for Home Affairs Ylva Johansson. Addressing the Foreign Affairs Council Ylva Johansson stated that the European Commission was against financing the fence between Bulgaria and Turkey, adding that the member countries had cut the budget she had proposed for external border security.
No information about Bulgarian citizens injured in the tragic train incident in the Indian state of Odisha , has been received by the Bulgarian Embassy in Delhi. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is in contact with the Bulgarian mission in Delhi and is..
Following the tragic train accident in India , the Bulgarian Foreign Ministry published a message of condolences on social networks. "Sincere condolences on the tragic train collision in the Indian state of Odisha that claimed hundreds of lives,"..
The Ministry of e-Government donated 10 laptops to the Bulgarian school at Sofia's Embassy in Bucharest . The pupils of "Yordan Yovkov" School received their new equipment on International Children's Day. "We must help young people walk the path of..
“We are worried by what is happening in Bulgaria’s finances, and especially the management of the fiscal reserve, as well as the state the Silver Fund..
A march for Bulgaria remaining a parliamentary republic part of the EU and NATO is organized this evening in social media. The start of..
Bulgaria's Prosecutor General has submitted a request to the National Assembly to lift the immunity of a member of parliament with the initials B.B...