2.3 million people, or 36% of the population of Bulgaria minus children aged below 16, can be vaccinated during the first six months of this year, BGNES reports, citing the Ministry of Health press service. The ministry is party to the..
Bulgaria will receive over 10 billion euros under the bloc's cohesion policy over the next 7 years. A large amount of the funds will be directed at supporting innovation, competitiveness, green and digital transition, the European Commission said...
Once again the air in Sofia is filthy this morning, placing Bulgaria’s capital city inside the “red corridor”, according to data of the website airsofia. The air quality index today places Sofia in 13 th position in the world in air pollution..
The European High-Performance Computing Joint Undertaking has announced the signing of a contract for an additional 11.5 million euro for Bulgaria’s new supercomputer. The new system will be capable of more than 4.4 petaflops, and will be hosted by..
European Commissioner for Justice Didier Reynders is to hold an online debate on 10 December with Bulgarian parliament on the recommendations made in the Bulgaria report regarding the new horizontal mechanism on rule of law. In an interview..
"When we talk about national recovery and sustainability plans, we are talking about investments and reforms, qualitative changes in the economy that will bring sustainability and a more globally competitive European and Bulgarian economy. " This was..
The European Commission has approved financing for Bulgaria amounting to 30 million Leva (around 15 million euro) as grants in support of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises for bus passenger services, affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, BNR’s..
Bulgaria is one of the first EU M ember Sstates to respond to the economic threat and support its businesses and citizens at the backdrop of the pandemic. This is what Prime Minister Boyko Borissov wrote on his Facebook..
Prime Minister Boyko Borissov congratulated, on Facebook, the European Commission on the contract for a potential coronavirus vaccine. He expressed particular gratitude to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen for the equal..
The GDP of Bulgaria will shrink by 5.1 % in 2020, but will grow by 2% in 2021 and 3.7% in 2022, indicates the European Commission’s autumn economic forecast. In July Brussels predicted a bigger decline for the country (-7.1%), but also a higher..