A coordinating body is to be set up by 30 November 22, 2023 that will specify, with the Ukrainian side, what farming products Bulgaria wants to import, and will decide for which of them this country will issue permits, explained Minister of..
Economic growth in Bulgaria is expected to slow down in 2023 , according to the autumn economic forecast of the European Commission. After the good performance in 2022, exports will shrink this year due to reduced external demand. The imports for..
Bulgaria must draw up a diversification plan and phase out Russian energy imports by 2027, Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson said during the European Sustainable Development Week in Brussels organized by Politico. Simson criticized..
Bulgaria’s Minister of Agriculture Kiril Vatev and his Ukrainian counterpart Mykola Solski agreed to exchange data on exports and imports of certain agricultural products in a regular manner. This became clear at an online meeting between the two..
All agricultural products imported from Ukraine will be subject to increased inspections by the Bulgarian Food Safety Agency starting today . This is what Galya Vikyova, the agency's deputy director, has told BNR. The checks so far have not..
Bulgarian farmers started to block major roads and border crossings across the country. 26 branch organisations announced they were embarking on an indefinite nationwide protest in the agriculture sector. They claim that more than 900,000 people are..
Bulgarian farmers are staging a nationwide protest today over the decision of the National Assembly to resume imports of agricultural products from Ukraine. They will block a number of roads. On Tuesday, the are to protest in front of the Council of..
Hours after he made the categorical statement that he does not negotiate with terrorists, Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov said he would invite the grain growers "to a subsequent meeting" and said he hoped they would respond. The reason for the row is..
"I will not negotiate with terrorists", Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov commented , after grain growers refused to meet him. Agriculture producers announced a national protest against the resumed import of Ukrainian produce. Mr. Denkov described the..
Grain producers, dissatisfied with MPs decision to waive the ban on imports of Ukrainian produce, have sent a letter to Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov , stating that they refused to meet with him, he told BNT. The prime minister invited them to a meeting..