On July 13, in Istanbul, military delegations of Russia, Ukraine and representatives of the UN discuss opening transport corridors for grain exports from Ukrainian ports, Turkish Minister of Defense Hulusi Akar reported...
The Bulgarian Food Safety Agency has approached the Prosecutor's Office and Organized Crime Police because of established drastic violations in the controlling procedures at the Kapitan Andreevo checkpoint on the border with Turkey, which has been..
Protests in North Macedonia against so-called French offer continue The violent protests in Skopje against the so-called French proposal for the launch of EU accession negotiations with North Macedonia, that have led to violent..
More and more Turkish tourists want to come to Bulgaria, Turkish tour operators said, after visiting Varna, Bulgarian public service TV BNT reports. A tour was organized for them with visits to year-round resorts and to historical landmarks along..
French démarche towards North Macedonia for the negotiations with the EU At the NATO summit in Madrid, French President Emmanuel Macron said that there was a compromise solution on the negotiation framework of North Macedonia with..
Albanian prime minister is pessimistic about start of negotiations with the EU Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama said he did not expect the EU summit in late June to pave the way for Albania for start of membership talks. Asked..
Oliver Varhelyi: North Macedonia must succeed on its path towards the EU in June North Macedonia must succeed on its path towards the EU in June, Commissioner for Neighborhood and Enlargement Oliver Varhelyi said at the Open Balkans..
Truck throughput capacity at Kapitan Andreevo and Lesovo border checkpoints with Turkey will be increased within a week. This is the commitment the Bulgarian state is assuming, Minister of Transport Nikolay Sabev announced after holding..
Turkish opposition unites for presidential elections in 2023 One of Turkey's most influential women in politics, Canan Kaftancıoğlu, was taken to jail to serve a five-year sentence for insulting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan,..
The gradual lifting of restrictions due to the pandemic has opened up opportunities for more travel. In April, the trips of Bulgarians increased by 117.7% compared to a year earlier, when they were 590,000, data from the National Statistical Institute..