The Bulgarian government has extended until March 24, 2023 the validity period of the Program for Humanitarian Assistance to Displaced Persons from Ukraine with Provisional Protection in Bulgaria. New accommodation will be carried out only in..
“Bulgaria takes the best care of its refugees out of the entire EU… and from day one they were put up at hotels… it is just that the financing ran out,” caretaker Minister of Tourism Ilin Dimitrov said at the end of last week in an interview..
Ukrainian refugees have time until November 15 to decide whether to go to state-owned accommodation bases. These are hotels where all state employees and their families rest, caretaker Minister of Tourism Ilin Dimitrov told BNT. We..
"The State Agency for Refugees refuses to take responsibility for the Ukrainian refugees", P rof essor Rumen Draganov, Director of the Institute for Analysis and Assessment in Tourism , said for Nova TV . According to him, the..
The ongoing programme for accommodation of Ukrainian refugees ends on August 31, Bulgaria’s Deputy Minister of Tourism Irena Georgieva said for the BNT. Nearly 26,000 Ukrainians have been accommodated in 1,000 hotels and state facilities. A..
There are about 87,000 Ukrainian refugees in Bulgaria. Nearly 26,000 were accommodated in hotels and state facilities under the government programme that will continue until 31 August, indicate data of the portal "Bulgaria for Ukraine". It is..
“The money for the hotel operators who have put up Ukrainian refugees at their hotels is going to be paid out today,” outgoing Prime Minister Kiril Petkov stated. For the purpose, the sum of 80 BGN million (a little over EUR 40 million) of European..
At the height of the summer season, hotel and restaurant operators face a serious problem – staff shortages at Bulgaria’s resorts. A significant drop in interest in tourism as an education has been registered in the country, Genka Rafailova,..
At the end of June and at the beginning of July, less than 5,000 people were registered in the labour offices, while the number of newly employed was twice higher - more 10,000. According to Atanaska Todorova, a labour market expert at the..
Bulgaria’s Minister of Tourism Hristo Prodanov said that he expected a 15%-20% increase in accommodation, services and food prices on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. In an interview for Nova TV, Minister Prodanov expressed hope that the 2022 summer..