At a meeting in Sofia with Montenegrin Parliament Speaker Ivan Brajovich, President Rumen Radev said Montenegro is an example of individual progress on the way to the EU. As a sign of support and recognition of Montenegro's efforts, President Filip..
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev has congratulated Borut Pahor on his victory in the presidential election in Slovenia and wished him success in his second consecutive mandate. In a telephone conversation, the Bulgarian president has expressed hope..
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev has announced that due to lack of quorum he stopped the National Security Advisory Council meeting, convened to discuss legislative measures against corruption. The discussion lasted for about three hours with the..
German investments in Bulgaria have reached almost 3 billion euros and Germany has established itself as the leading investor in this country. This was what Bulgarian President Rumen Radev pointed out during a ceremony, at which he awarded German..
It is very important to have the most accurate information about the CETA agreement and have an open debate on this issue, as ratification in the Bulgarian Parliament should be carried out in case of maximum consensus. This was what President Rumen..
In Podgorica, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev has discussed with his Montenegrin counterpart Filip Vujanović the prospects of deepening bilateral cooperation between the two countries in the spheres of economy, infrastructure, security and priority..
President Rumen Radev has called for the creation of a single body to fight high-level corruption. This is, in his words, one of the prerequisites for a genuine judicial reform in Bulgaria. Radev says that the judicial reform concept and the..
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev has met with Bulgarian Patriarch Neophyte in the Synodal Palace, at the invitation of the Metropolitans of the Holy Synod of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church (BOC). Issues related to cooperation and interaction between the..
At a meeting with Bulgarian President Rumen Radev, journalists from Radio Bulgaria expressed concerns about the future of the program, which creates broadcasts for people abroad, including Bulgarians. They pointed out that this was one of the..
Condemnation of Nazism is absolutely mandatory and apology is the best approach in that case, Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev told journalists on Saturday on occasion of the recent scandal related to the Nazi salutes published by some representatives..