A year of illusory stability, increasing lawlessness and erosion of democratic acquisitions – that is how President Rumen Radev described 2018. At a press conference to mark the second anniversary of his inauguration as president, the..
“There can be no successful policies without a strong economy, just as there can be no strong economic performance without an adequate state policy towards businesses, with regard to quality of education, administrative burden, the fight against..
“Regulating the activities of religious denominations in Bulgaria should lead to the creation of a stable social environment for the clergy and to a firm commitment by the institutions to ensure they receive decent wages,” said President Rumen Radev..
Bulgarian Ombudsman, as well as the President enjoy the highest trust among Bulgarian citizens, data of the Afis polling agency shows. Positive confidence was measured at the levels of 60.3% and 58.4% respectively. Trust in the European Union remains..
After a closed meeting in Sofia with President of the Swiss Confederation, Doris Leuthard, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev expressed his satisfaction with intensifying bilateral economic relations . The Bulgarian Head of State pointed out that the..
Bulgaria must uphold its interest in the negotiations on the purchase of fighter aircraft, President Rumen Radev said. The president stated he appreciates the government's efforts to comply with the commitments to modernize the army, assumed by the..
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev has discussed with Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov opportunities to improve the mechanisms of interaction between the institutions involved in the fight against corruption and organized crime. The meeting was preceded..
President Rumen Radev has started the constitutional procedure for holding consultations with the parliamentary political forces before handing over a mandate for forming a government to the candidate for prime minister of the largest of them -..
Responding to reproaches of being involved in the government draft of amendments to the Bulgarian Citizenship Act, envisaging restrictions to the voting right of Bulgarians abroad, President Rumen Radev states that the head of state does not..
The President of Bulgaria Rumen Radev will hold talks today with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and will pay a visit to the NATO Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe as part of his first visit abroad after assuming office. After..