Bulgaria cannot accept possible European sanctions against Russia in the field of nuclear energy, because they will directly affect the country’s energy sector.
Before the extraordinary meeting of the European Council, which is being held today and tomorrow in Brussels, President Rumen Radev pointed out that if such sanctions were to be imposed, Bulgaria would impose a veto, BNR correspondent in Brussels reported. "We consider all the areas in which this can happen, but we cannot accept it when our interests are threatened," the head of state said.
The Special Envoy and Coordinator for the U.S. Department of State's Global Engagement Center, James Rubin, will visit Bulgaria during the week , the State Department has reported. Rubin's mission in Sofia is to strengthen support..
MPs are meeting today at an extraordinary meeting called by the Speaker of the National Assembly, Rosen Zhelyazkov. A hearing of the chairman of the State Agency "National Security", the head of the "Military Intelligence" Service..
With a series of events on May 30 and 31th in Burgas, the 120th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Bulgaria and the USA will be marked. On this occasion, the US ambassador to Bulgaria, Kenneth Merten,..
At Novo Selo training ground, President Rumen Radev attended the last day of the international military exercise Defensive Shield 23 Together with..
Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev handed over the second exploratory mandate for forming a government to the Premier-designate of “We Continue the..
Radostin Vasilev, the MP from the coalition "We Continue the Change-Democratic Bulgaria", who published a scandalous recording of a..