Sipas të dhënave të institutit statistikor të Serbisë nga viti 2011, u përcaktuan vetë si bullgarë pak më se 18 mijë veta. Me pakicë më të madhe bullgare janë krahinat lindore të fqinjës sonë perëndimore – kryesisht bashkitë e qyteteve Bosilegrad..
All 180 Christmas presents which were sent back at the Serbia-Bulgaria border on December 20 will reach the children in Bosilegrad, it became clear after the conversation between Bulgaria’s Premier Boyko Borissov and his Serbian counterpart Ana..
The Bosilegrad cultural information centre of the Bulgarian minority in Bosilegrad, Serbia, is marking its 20 th anniversary today. A Bulgarian delegation headed by Deputy Prime Minister Valeri Simenov took part in the celebrations. Tonight..
Fifty children from Bosilegrad, Serbia, are on a 10-day summer holiday in the Bulgarian Black Sea resort of Ravda, near Nessebar. The vacation, which will last until August 20, is organized by the "Bosilegrad" Cultural and Information Center of..
A meeting of the media of the Bulgarian minority in Serbia opened in Bosilegrad, Serbia. It is organized by the Bulgarian news agency BTA and the GLAS association. The meeting is attended by representatives of the various ethnic communities in..
Bulgaria’s ambassador to Belgrade Radko Vlaikov stated that Bulgaria is expecting a clear answer from Serbia regarding the detention of Bulgarian doctors in Bosilegrad and, on the basis of this answer, will determine whether it was an initiative by..
"This double-faced policy on the part of Serbia must stop as it continues to play the same game it has played over the past 50 years. The recent steps of the Zaev cabinet in Macedonia towards Bulgaria is what actually irritates Belgrade," MEP Angel..
Bulgarian MEP Angel Dzhambazki is to approach the European Commission and the European Parliament over the failed gratuitous medical initiative in the Western Outlands. The Serbian authorities did not allow Bulgarian doctors from the First..
Dimitar Glavchev, President of the Bulgarian National Assembly addressed the MPs from Serbia’s Narodna Skupština (National Assembly), expressing his gratitude for the honour accorded him of being the first Bulgarian politician to speak in the plenary..
“My presence on behalf of the state bears eloquent testimony to the fact that our policy with regard to the Bulgarian minorities will continue stable and consistent,” said Vice President Iliana Yotova at the opening of a documentary exhibition..