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.
Gross domestic product per employee in the first quarter of this year grew by 0.3% compared to the first quarter of 2022, NSI data show. For the same quarter, weak growth is observed among the employed in the service sector (60.8% in..
The Parliament adopted at first reading changes to the Foreigners in the Republic of Bulgaria Act. They introduce measures for implementing European regulations for use of the Schengen Information System for the purpose of returning..
With 207 votes, the MPs extended last year's state budget until July 31. This is the deadline set by the parliament for adopting the budget for 2023. Until July, revenues and expenses remain within the limits of 2022, taking into..
It will be mostly sunny on Friday . More clouds are expected in the afternoon over Western Bulgaria. The lowest temperatures will be..
If you believe Putin, then one day he will come to Bulgaria, civil and political activist Lev Ponomaryov, who lives in Paris says in an..
Minister of the Interior Kalin Stoyanov believes that by the end of 2023 Bulgaria will be able to enter Schengen. He said this in response to a BNR..