Snap elections in Macedonia were called in hopes of putting an end to the domestic political crisis in the country. After a corruption scandal and mass protests against the government, […]
Bulgaria’s state-owned electric utility NEK has paid 601.6 million euro in damages to Atomstroyexport, the foreign contracts subsidiary of Russi ...
A sum of 169 309 121 leva has been paid so for the fence at the border with Turkey, Bulgaria’s deputy interior minister Philip Gounev told reporters ...
Bulgaria’s Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) vowed to implement measures that would reduce the case overload at the Sofia District Court (SDC), fol ...
Bulgaria’s centre-right coalition the Reformist Bloc decided on December 9 against attempting to form a government. The decision was taken at a meeting of the bloc’s parliamentary group, ahead of […]
Bulgaria’s exports to other European Union countries in January to September 2016 were six per cent higher than in January – September 2015, the National Statistical Institute (NSI) said on […]
Eighty-six per cent of bank managers in Bulgaria do not expect any consequences for the Bulgarian economy from the UK’s exit from the European Union, a survey by Ernst and […]
Bulgaria’s Defence Minister Nikolai Nenchev, a member of the outgoing government and who is facing criminal charges in connection with the handling of the business to overhaul MiG-29 engines, has […]
A protest in the refugee camp in Harmanli, Bulgaria, on November 24, 2016, turned into a riot that was suppressed by more than 300 policemen. The reason for the rebellion […]
EU Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos is “not the happiest person on earth,” he said in Brussels as he presented the latest figures for EU refugee and migration policy. EU member […]