Bulgaria’s Minister of Agriculture and Food Kiril Vatev will participate in today's meeting of the EU Agriculture and Fisheries Council in Brussels, the Agriculture Ministry said. The Belgian Presidency of the Council of the EU and the European..
Representatives of 26 agrarian organizations organized a protest in front of the Council of Ministers building and are demanding the resignation of Agriculture Minister Kiril Vatev. The government has signed an agreement with the Bulgarian..
A total of 26 agricultural organizations, which claim to produce 80% of the milk, 90% of the vegetables, 30% of the grain, 100% of the rice and rose oil in Bulgaria, continue to protest. In a declaration, they called for the immediate payment of..
The Bulgarian Agrarian Chamber and the government are expected to sign an agreement on the measures that will be implemented by the state to support farmers. The signing of the memorandum puts an end to their protest actions...
“The organizing committee of 26 organizations from the agricultural sector do not support the agreements reached at the meetings between the government and several agrarian organizations, that is why on 13 February the protests for saving Bulgarian..
Agrarian producers reached an understanding with the government and are putting an end to their protests on Monday. This was announced after a meeting held by representatives of the protesting farmers with Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov and with..
For the fourth day, Bulgarian farmers continue the hourly blockades of roads and intersections in different parts of the country . I expect today's meeting with the protesters to be final and to end successfully. This was stated by the Minister of..
The protests by farmers and agricultural producers are into their second day. Farmers' protests block the entire country Farmers from the region of Blagoevgrad brought a herd of goats out onto Struma motorway. Agricultural producers..
We are ready with the main points in the new memorandum that we propose to sign with the farmers. We are waiting for them in order to continue the conversation and finalize the agreement, Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov announced at a briefing. According..
The Bulgarian Agrarian Chamber has decided to start protests throughout the country tomorrow, BNR has learned. Farmers are resorting to the last measure despite the promised financial support from the government. They will come out with heavy equipment..